South Denver Blog

February 1, 2016
South Denver Restaurants Week

Denver’s 2016 Restaurant Week! Enjoy South Denver Restaurants!

It’s that time of year again! Denver’s Restaurant Week! Ten days of $30/meals at various restaurants around town.  Enjoy not only South Denver Restaurants, but you will also have the opportunity to expand your tastes to other Denver neighborhoods! This year it will be held between February 26 – March 6. If you do want to stay close to home, there are plenty of places to choose from nearby.  Saltgrass Steakhouse in Parker is a great bet, Miyama Steakhouse in Lone Tree is also a fun restaurant to try and the Wine Experience in Aurora is also an option.  For those […]
January 22, 2016

Stonegate 2016 Recycling Calendar is Out!

Stonegate has released the Stonegate 2016 Recycling Calendar. The trash contractor, The Garbage Man, asks to have your cans out by 7:00 am the morning of pick-ups.  Currently, the pickups are happening every other Monday throughout the entire Stonegate neighborhood.  You don’t need to use an official can/tub from The Garbage Man, but if you would like to do so, you can call them to have one dropped off at your house and you will be charged separately for it. If possible, please place your recyclables on the opposite side of the driveway from your regular trash.  As most of you […]
January 21, 2016

5 Easy Ways To Save Energy In Your Home

One of the biggest expenses when owning a home is the utility bill each month. Whether it’s keeping the house cool in the summer or warm in the winter, it costs you.  One of our team members recently had a home energy audit done on their home and found out there are some very easy ways to save money on heating and cooling expenses. Some are ones you may have heard of before but some were news to us! So, in no particular order, here are 5 ways you can save energy (and money) in your home that you can probably do […]
January 20, 2016

Is It Worth It To Have a Home Inspection? Even on New Homes?

We are often asked if it’s worth spending the money on a home inspection. Especially if a buyer is buying a brand new home. Our immediate answer is YES! Typically, a home inspection is about $350 -$450, depending on the size of the property. A radon test will run you about another $150.  In the scheme of things, that is a very small percentage of the total purchase price of the property. A home is one of the biggest investments you will ever make so we would never suggest skimping on the inspection phase. Also, many buyers want their uncle, […]