Times have changed, buyers are no longer using outdated methods when searching for their next home - be sure your Agent is using the latest technology. Contact me at 970.420.5202 to find out how we are leveraging the latest technological advances in photography and marketing to get your home sold fast.
With September upon us Colorado's fall colors are exploding. Here are some of the top spots to get your leaf peeping in this autumn. Drought conditions may have disrupted the timing of the annual fall color change in many areas.
Is your best friend looking for an opportunity to do some socializing? Take them to one of northern Colorado's many great dog parks.
No matter where you live, one thing is certain - we all love our dogs. Here is a quick and easy Google Map to some of the best and most popular dog parks across northern Colorado.
Let us know if your favorite is not on the map, we'll be sure to add it.
Some general rules if you haven't been to a noco dog park with your best friend yet.
-Clean up after their pets.
-No aggressive dogs allowed.
-Dogs must be licensed and vaccinated.
-Puppies under 4 months prohibited.
-Spayed/Neutered Animals recommended.
-Leaving dogs unattended prohibited.
-Owners should carry a leash at all times.
-Please keep gates closed.
For rules & information specific to your town check out these links:
Fort Collins Dog Parks
Loveland Dog Parks
Greeley Parks Information
Estes Valley Dog Park
Wellington Park Information
Looking for Easter Egg Hunts for your kids in Fort Collins, Loveland, Wellington or Greeley this weekend? Here is a great Google Map to help you find the one closest to you.
Have fun and Happy Hunting. Happy Easter!
Staying in northern Colorado for spring break with the family? Here's a list of some great places & activities for the kids without having to leave town.
• Museum of Discovery (970) 221-6738
• Fort Fun (970) 472-8000 • Chipper’s Lanes (970) 226-6327
• Fly High Trampoline Park (970) 305-5300
• The Gardens on Spring Creek (970) 416-2486
• The Farm at Lee Martinez Park (970) 221-6665
• Edora Pool and Ice Center (970) 221-6683
• Mulberry pool (970) 221-6657
• Swetsville Zoo (970) 484-9509
• Loveland Laser Tag (970) 663-9999
• Jumpin’ (970) 776-9756
• The Summit (970) 663-6363
• Windsor Community Recreation Center (970) 674-3500
• Family FunPlex (970) 350-9401
• Colorado Model Train Museum (970) 392-2934
• Scheels (970) 663-7800
• Beaver Meadows Resort Ranch, (970) 881-2450
• Poudre River Trails
• YMCA of the Rockies (970) 586-3341
• The Wild Animal Sanctuary, (303) 536-0118
Got hungry kids in Fort Collins? Here's a Google Map with a sampling of great restaurants that have free and discounted kids meals. Deals are always changing so check with restaurants for their latest specials. [Monday = Blue, Tuesday = Red, Wednesday = Green, Thursday = Purple, Saturday/Sunday = Yellow]
If you find a kids special that our team at REMAX Advanced missed, contact me at Roland@ColoradoHomeView.com - we'd love to add it! Need to buy or sell a home in northern Colorado, contact us at 970-420-5202.
3 Signs that Your HVAC System Needs Replacing
The average household spends more than $2,200 a year on energy bills, with nearly half of this going to heating and cooling costs. It can be hard to know when it’s time to finally throw up your hands and replace an appliance or home system.
Here are 3 signs that it may be time to look at a new HVAC system.
1. Your equipment needs frequent repairs and energy bills keep rising.
2. Your HVAC equipment is more than 10 years old.
3. Some rooms are too hot or cold and your home has humidity problems, excessive dust, or rooms that never feel comfortable.
You can find additional resources and information in the Heating & Cooling Guide put together through the governments Energy Star program (click here to find it). It's always a good idea to have a reputable HVAC service provider do regular check ups on your system to make sure your heating and cooling systems are operating efficiently.
*Adapted from a previous edition of The REsource newsletter (Elyse Umlauf)
The City of Fort Collins will accept Christmas trees from December 26 to January 15, 2018. Trees will be chipped on site and processed into wood mulch for residential use. PLEASE REMOVE ALL DECORATIONS. Click on a green tree to find a location near you! Map courtesy Roland Kuehn, RE/MAX Advanced 970.420.5202
There is also a Wellington drop off location. Hurry it all ends on January 15th.
Ultimate Family Home! Beautiful home located on a quiet cul-de-sac, steps from community greenbelt. Spacious eat-in kitchen with maple cabinetry, center island, and walk-in pantry, master bedroom suite with vaulted ceiling, private bathroom and walk-in closet, study/loft area with built-in between upstairs bedrooms, finished basement/rec. room, sprinkler system and an awesome spacious, private yard, deck & patio. New carpeting and paint throughout. Best value in Ft Collins, priced to move!
For Showings or more information contact Roland at RE/MAX Advanced, 970-420-5202.
Fort Collins has multiple glass recycling drop-offs located all around the city. If you have lots of glass to recycle the best locations are at the City Landfill on Taft Hill or the Recycling Drop-Off Center on Timberline.
Looking for locations to recycle glass in Loveland? check out this link from the City of Loveland
Here''s a great 360 image of the Fort Collins Recycling Drop off location on Timberline.
ROLAND KUEHN, REALTOR
1018 Centre Ave.
Fort Collins, CO 80526