August 20, 2021
best wineries in Parker

Enjoy Wine Time at the Best Wineries in Parker, CO

Americans drink about 872 gallons of wine every year. As a population, we drink more wine than anyone else on the planet. And if you’re a wine enthusiast, Parker, Colorado is the place to go. This small town not only boasts about trails and parks but here also stands two great wineries–Purgatory Cellars and The Wine […]
August 6, 2021
things to do in Parker Colorado

5 Best Things To Do When In Parker, Colorado

Parker, Colorado is your ideal destination to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. This municipality in Douglas County has a historic downtown, extensive parks and trails, magnificent open spaces, and a one-of-a-kind cultural arts center. Not sure where to go? Here are five best things to do in Parker, Colorado: Top 5 […]
March 26, 2018
Beekeeping in Parker Colorado

Beekeeping in Parker Colorado

Here’s the BUZZZZZZZZZZZZ on Beekeeping in Parker Colorado As of October 11th, 2015 the town of Parker officially allows (and promotes) urban Beekeeping in Parker Colorado. “Hive Collapse” is a growing and concerning issue worldwide and in fact Colorado experienced a loss of over 40% of its hives in 2014, so, replenishing the population is important […]
September 10, 2016

Highlands Ranch Homes Under $450,000

Highlands Ranch single family homes for sale priced under $450,000. Today there are 74 homes priced under $450,000 in Highlands Ranch, Colorado. This is only single family homes. Highlands Ranch is located in Douglas County Colorado south of Downtown Denver, Colorado. We show homes 7 days a week in Highlands Ranch 303-941-4663 Highlands Ranch Realtor Steven […]
May 3, 2016

Highlands Ranch 80130 Sold Homes Report

Highlands Ranch 80130 Sold Homes Report First Quarter 2016. The average sales price for a single family home in the Highlands Ranch 80130 zip code is $439,928. See the rest of the stats below. One house in Highlands Ranch sold for a massive 110% of original asking price. The buyer must have really wanted that house. If […]
November 4, 2012

Denver Colorado Homeowners Insurance Rates Going Up

If the great American Debt Crisis, hurricane Sandy, the election or high gas prices are not enough to make us all feel helpless let me add one more thing to the list. Colorado homeowners insurance rates are going up again. When I received my bill for homeowners insurance a week ago I was not surprised to see the […]
September 17, 2012

Hiking in Colorado with Kids

The Crags is an ideal hike to do with kids in Colorado. Hiking the Crags should be tops on your list when looking for fun things to do in Colorado. We have hiked the Crags several times and this past weekend we hiked it with five children ranging in age from 4 years old to 10 years old. […]
September 11, 2012

Ski Season is Coming to Colorado

Posted via email from Steven Beam’s posterous This is my son Garrett skiing the terrain park at Breck last year. Better get your ski gear ready to go. It’s almost time.
January 19, 2012

Has anyone seen our Colorado snow? Think Snow.

Earlier this week I saw on the local NEWS that Colorado is hanging around 73% of our normal snowpack. Looks like Alaska is getting all the snow for now and Seattle is getting hit as I write this. The Rocky Mountain snowpack is vital to Western US States for their water supply. Just ask Nevada and […]
November 2, 2011

Douglas County Schools Open Enrollment 2011 – 2012

New info for open enrollment in Douglas County Schools. I receive a lot of inquiry’s from relocation clients moving to Parker and Douglas County wanting to know what their choices are for open enrollment. Here is the best and most current info I have seen. Douglas County School District now offers two open enrollment windows, as […]
October 27, 2011

Metro Denver EDC competitiveness report

Metro Denver EDC releases annual competitiveness report – The report includes among Colorado’s strengths the following: State’s GDP per employee ranks in the top 15. Per capita personal income ranks 14th. The state ranks 6th best for economic outlook. Colorado ranks 4th for “NASA Prime Contract Awards.” Colorado continues to post robust population growth rate – […]
September 6, 2011

Fun things to do, hike Peak 8 in Breckenridge Colorado

Looking for fun things to do in Colorado with kids or just for yourself? Get off the couch and take a hike up Peak 8 in Breckenridge Colorado. Over Labor Day weekend we took a little walk up Peak 8 to the 13,000 foot summit. It was a pretty easy hike as hikes go in in […]
April 13, 2011

Douglas County Real Estate Market Update

2011 1st Quarter Real Estate Stats Douglas County Colorado Here is a quick look at the numbers as seen in the full report linked to above. This is for the Douglas & Elbert Market areas. Average Sold Price = $337,668 which is down 5.1% from 2010. # Sold homes = 926 which is up by 6 […]
April 7, 2011

PACE – Parker gets a new Arts, Events & Culture Center.

PACE or Parker Arts, Culture & Events This is a scan of the post card the Town of Parker handed me at the recent “State of the Town” meeting I attended. To be honest learning about this new (soon to be finished) cultural center in the center of town was actually the most exciting part of […]
April 7, 2011

Hot Real Estate Investment Deals In Parker Colorado

Do you want the “Hot Sheet” with this weeks really awesome investment properties for Parker Colorado? Click Here. We are currently working on a new program that we will have available soon for real estate investors. We all know that the real estate investor is going to be the saving grace of this massive real estate […]
January 30, 2011

VIDEO-7995 S. Roslyn Way, Centennial, CO 80112

Asking Price $295,000 Over 2,300 SQFT with 4 bedrooms & 3 bathrooms. Call Steve & 303-941-4663