The accumulation of toxins from pollution and chemicals in our everyday lives is a growing concern. This edition ofour monthly newsletter provides valuable insights on how to neutralize the threat of pollution with your diet.
As you tip-toe around this problem, you will also discover crucial tips on whether credit monitoring is worth investing in, how to put an end to cyberbullying, and how to craft a gracious thank-you note for any occasion. The newsletter features delightful trivia challenge, fascinating fun facts, and much more.
As always, I extend my support, and you can reach out to me for anything. If you know someone looking for a compassionate and proficient real estate professional to help with buying or selling, do not hesitate to refer them to me.
Thank you for your continued loyalty and referrals. Savor this edition!
President / Managing Broker
P.S. In the upcoming weeks, if you spot conversations about real estate, let them in on my complimentary consumer information! Sharing this invaluable resource can be a great help to anyone interested in real estate.
Don't despair if you've struggled to sell your home in the past. Check out this report for "10 tips to help you quickly sell your home and get the best price". If anyone else would benefit from these essential insights, please don't hesitate to share my contact information with them!
Pollution can have a detrimental impact on our health and well-being, causing breathing problems like asthma, skin issues such as psoriasis, a weakened immune system, and high blood pressure. Pollution exposure has even been linked to cancer and heart disease.
While we can’t always escape exposure to pollutants, we may be able to help reduce its effects. Foods rich in antioxidants may help prevent and even reverse cell damage caused by pollutants. Try including these in your diet:
Wherever possible, aim to buy organic produce to limit exposure to synthetic chemicals like herbicides or fertilizer.
Wash your produce with a fruit and vegetable wash before eating to rinse off lingering pesticides, as well as reducing bacteria picked up throughout the produce processing cycle. You can make your own rinse with 1 part white vinegar and 4 parts water.
The Highline East at Dayton Triangle community by Montano Homes offers brand new paired homes that are ideal for people looking to move into a vibrant and dynamic neighborhood. With 3 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, private yards and designer selected finishes combined with their affordable prices starting from the mid $600s, these Colorado Contemporary townhomes make this an incredible place to call home! Plus it's located close to Downtown Denver, DTC shopping centers and parks—what more could you want?
First, what exactly IS credit monitoring?Monitoring your credit simply means keeping track of changes on your credit report (like new lines of credit or changes in balances). The three main credit agencies TransUnion, Experian, and Equifax monitor your credit, and you can get your credit report once per year for free from each of them at:annualcreditreport.com. However, if you want to check your report more than once per year, regular monitoring of your credit can help you discover problems earlier to prevent identity theft and work on improving your credit score.
Websiteslikecreditkarma.comorwallethub.comare free to join and they can alert you to changes in your score, when a new line of credit has been opened, and may provide tips to help you improve your credit score.
So why you would pay to monitor your credit when you can access your credit report for free? Credit monitoring companies that charge monthly fees — like Identity Guard, IdentityIQ, or LifeLock, will usually provide more current information on any changes on your report, send you alerts by text or email when changes occur, and some companies may even investigate suspicious activity for you. They also usually don’t sell your data, like some of the free companies may. If privacy is important to you and you want to actively monitor your report, it might be worth it to pay for a service. Also, check with your credit card company–some offer free credit monitoring as a benefit.
Cyberbullying – bullying online or through social media apps —is becoming more prevalent. Here are some signs to watch out for and what to do if you think it’s happening with your kid(s):
Experience the perfect home at Montano Homes' Elevations at Murphy Creek. This central master-planned community grants easy access to DIA, shopping, and gourmet dining near Southlands Mall. Not only that but it is situated next to one of Colorado's finest golf courses - a links style course! With its 3 bedroom Colorado Contemporary Paired homes, you can definitely call this place your own little paradise. Welcome home to Elevations at Murphy Creek by Montano Homes!
Whether you’re sending an email follow-up for a job interview or thanking a relative for a Christmas gift, there’s an art to the thank-you note. It shows that you’ve gone out of your way to show appreciation. In an age where communication is instantaneous, it can be difficult to know when to send an email, text, or make the effort to write a handwritten card, and what to say. Here are some general guidelines:
Studies have shown your income and wealth are directly related to the size and depth of your vocabulary. Here is this month's word.
Meaning:A right-handed person, usually used to refer to an athlete.
Sample Sentence:That boxer has a sharp northpaw jab.
Save yourself the cash and make your own just-as-effective homemade fruit fly traps:
Are you ready to sell your house? If so, there are many important decisions that need to be made during the selling process. One of those decisions involves deciding how much access potential buyers will have to view your home. Many homeowners make the mistake of not thinking. . .
Stick this checklist to your fridge:
Fall: clear leaves and debris from yard/gutters, check fireplace for cracks, service furnace, seal caulking on windows, inspect the roof for damage.
Winter: Clean and store outdoor furniture, get out your snow blower or shovel, add faucet covers to your outdoor faucets to protect them from frost; turn off the outdoor water supply to prevent damage to your pipes.
Spring: clean windows, power wash deck and walkways, have the dryer vent checked for lint, check the windows for rot and caulking, service your water heater, and fertilize outdoor plants and lawn.
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Q: What are the top three things I need to do to sell my home?
A:Here’s a list of important things you’ll need to do:
Want to learn more? Read our top story“Checklist for Selling Your House this Spring”and download our handy checklist.
Do you have a real estate question you want answered? Feel free to call me at720-463-0002. Perhaps I’ll feature it in my next issue!
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