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How to Refresh your Kitchen on a Budget

From $100 - $1000
Posted by Elizabeth Wilson on January 30, 2018 in  Home Improvements
Maybe you’re dreaming of a full kitchen remodel someday (but that day is a long way off), or perhaps you like your current kitchen but want to change a few components. If this sounds like your situation, a kitchen refresh could be just the thing.  Even without reconfiguring the layout of the space, there’s a lot to consider, from small items, such as new cabinet hardware and lighting, to major changes, such as new counters and appliances. And whether your budget is $100 or $10,000, it can be a c... read more
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New Year Resolutions - how to stick to them

Posted by Elizabeth Wilson on January 22, 2018 in  Miscellaneous
New Year ResolutionsWe all make them only to break themHere are a few tips to help you stay on track1.  Start small - make resolutions you think you can keep.  Don't aim so high your resolution is unattainable.2.  Change one behavior at at time - Don't try to make fast changes to long time habit all at once.  Focus on 1 behavior at a time.  Patience.3.  Talk about it - Share your experiences with family and friends.  You are more likely to stay committed if you have the support of... read more
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Standing Out in 2017

Posted by Elizabeth Wilson on January 10, 2018 in  Vail
Getting the job done well for our clients by our agents isn't anything new, but we do have a few that stood out in 2017.  Congratulations to:Bobby Hermosillo, Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties "Rookie of the Year" 2017  - newly licensed individual who ranked #1 among other "rookies" within Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties with in the first 12 months in the real estate industry.Michael Thompson, Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties "Salesperson of the Year" 2017 - with unbeatabl... read more
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Hot Project on Golden Peak

Weather benefits
Posted by Elizabeth Wilson on January 03, 2018 in  Vail
~ Vail Daily January 3, 2018Vail - The warm end to autumn was not favorable for most of Vail Mountain, but it was welcomed at the Golden Peak construction site.  Warm temperatures have allowed the project to move along quicker than expected.  The new clubhouse currently being built for Ski & Snowboard Club Vail has brought a level of slopeside development to Vail unseen in town for morn than a decade.  When the $28 million project is completed, it will provide the type of amenity one might e... read more
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