Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Just Listed in Littleton Colorado by the Hoffman Home Team.

The Hoffman Home Team just listed another Home in Littleton Colorado. Can you believe the size of this lot!!!Completely remodeled home with new finished basement. Open floor plan that is bright & spacious. You'll love cooking in your new kitchen with all new appliances & granite counter tops. Formal dinners in the dining room & mountain views from your formal living room & master bedroom. Plenty of storage with lots of closet space. Finished basement offers plenty of space for a media area & game area. All new carpet, new hardwood floors, new interior paint, new fixtures, new granite counter tops, & new ceiling fans. The .578 Acre large lot has plenty of space to add an additional work shop or storage shed. Plenty of outdoor space for RV parking, garden area, trampoline/play set with no HOA to deal with. Close to shopping, Ken Caryl Sledding Hill,  & easy access to C-470.











Check out more pictures at www.7774SouthEverett.Info

Contact The Hoffman Home Team today if you are thinking about selling your home!






Burglary Crime Prevention Tips from Thornton Police Department

Good advice for everyone!

By Matt Barnes and the Thornton Police Department:

BURGLARY CRIME PREVENTION TIPS 
1. Participate in “Operation Identification,” mark your property, record 
serial numbers, and maintain an inventory list of household valuables. 
2. Keep garage doors closed and locked, even if you are home. 
3. Secure doors and windows with adequate security hardware. 
4. Utilize proper exterior lighting during hours of darkness. 
5. Start a Neighborhood Watch Program in your neighborhood. Be a 
good neighbor. 
6. Have a crime prevention officer conduct a home security survey on 
your home. 
7. Stop all deliveries, have a trusted neighbor pick up flyers and keep an 
eye on your home while you’re gone. 
8. Place interior lights on a timer during hours of darkness when you are 
gone for extended periods of time. 
9. Give your home that lived in appearance when away. Have trusted 
neighbors shovel snow, conduct yard maintenance, and park cars in 
your driveway or in front of your home while you are on vacation. 
10. Alarms, security doors, and other home security devices are effective 
deterrents to burglary. 
11. Utilize photo cell or sensor lighting on the exterior of your home.

For all the department phone numbers please go to the Thornton's Police Department Home Page.


Friday, June 5, 2015

Just Listed in Thornton by the Hoffman Home Team

The Hoffman Home Team Just listed another home in the Remington Neighborhood in Thornton.

4352 E 93rd Ave., Thornton CO 80229

This traditional two story home offers 3 beds and 1.5 baths. The kitchen offers granite counter tops, tile back splash, new sink and new fixtures. The kitchen island is also movable.  The baths have also been updated with new sinks and fixtures. From the french doors you can go out into the enclosed sun room to enjoy year round. The back yard has a koi pond with fish included as well as plenty of space for a play set and trampoline. Plenty of space for a garden area. There is also a large storage shed and additional patio that would be perfect for a fire pit and barbecuing in the summer. The total square feet is 2072. The basement is open and unfinished.

For more pictures and details chekc out www.4352east93rd.com

The Remington Community also offers a private community park that has 2 play gounds, basketball court and a barbecuing area. This is a great space for large get togethers.











Additional places in Thornton are the Thornton Recreations Centers, Thornton Parks, and Thornton Pools. Plenty of shopping in this area is located off of 104th Ave and Grant St as well as 120th Ave & Colorado. The school district is Adams 14. Contact the Hoffman Home Team today!


Thursday, April 2, 2015

Another Home Just Listed by the Hoffman Home Team in Brighton.

The Hoffman Home Team just listed another home in the Indigo Trails Community in Brighton Colorado 80601. The home was listed for $269,900.



 The home is located at 1601 Red Poppy Dr in Brighton CO 80601. You'll enjoy the Maintenance Free Living with this great patio home. The main floor master bedroom offers a private master bath with a walk in closet. The open floor plan of this home has hardwood floors, granite counter-tops, gas fireplace, & all kitchen appliances & window coverings are included. Great open loft upstairs with lots of storage. Home backs to open space area & is on a corner lot adjacent to the Indigo Trails Community Park. 



The basement has a finished 3/4 bath with plenty of room to make it your own. Great summer entertaining on the back patio. The gas line is ready for your grill or fire pit. The Indigo Trails Community is close to shopping at the Brighton Prairie Center and easy access to the Brighton Oasis Pool.  Call us today for a showing! 303-949-9770

The school district information can be found here at Brighton 27j. If you are thinking about moving into the Brighton Area, check out this Real Estate Market Report in Brighton for the current sold home information for the area.  Contact the Hoffman Home Team for your home selling and buying needs. 

Saturday, March 14, 2015

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Thursday, January 8, 2015

Hire a Home Inspector when Buying a Home

When purchasing a home or getting your home ready to sell, The Hoffman Home Team recommends that you hire a licensed home inspector to find out if there are any problems with the home. A buyer wants to know if there are any hidden unknown conditions and a seller would want to know if there are any repairs to be done before going on the market.

Here are some tips for hiring an home inspector:

1. You can choose your home inspector.
The Hoffman Home Team can recommend an inspector at your request, or you can find one on your own.
Here are two Home Inspector Organizations that we recommend: National Association of Home Inspectors, Inc. (NAHI) and American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI). Members of these organizations have to complete an approved home inspector training program, demonstrate experience and competence as a home inspector, complete a written exam, and adhere to the Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics.

2. Home inspections are intended to point out adverse conditions, not cosmetic flaws.
The Hoffman Home Team recommends that you attend the home inspection. Typically it takes 2-3 hours depending on the size of the home. The Home Inspector will point out items to you and explain the severity of the problem. You want to learn what is important and what's not. No house is perfect and an inspection on any home is bound to uncover faults. Major points to look for are leaks (water or gas), water damage, electrical, plumbing, and structural integrity. A home inspector will point out conditions that are health and safety issues.

3. Home inspection reports include only the basics.
A home inspector considers hundreds of items during an average inspection. The home inspection should include the home's exterior, steps, porches, decks, chimneys, roof, windows, and doors. Inside, they will look at attics, electrical components, plumbing, appliances, central heating and air conditioning, basement/crawlspaces, and garages.They report on the working order of items such as faucets to see if they leak, appliances, windows, or garage doors to see if they open & close properly. The final written report should be concise and easy to understand.

4. Home inspectors work for the party who is paying the fee.
Either it is the buyer or seller that orders the report, the one that pays for the report is the one that will receive the report. The other party does not have to share the report with the non paying party. The NAHI Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics clearly state that members act as an unbiased third party to the real estate transaction and "will discharge the Inspector's duties with integrity and fidelity to the client."

5. Inspectors are not responsible for the condition of the home.
Inspectors don't go behind walls or under flooring, so it's possible that a serious problem can be overlooked. Keep in mind that inspectors are not party to the sales transaction, so if you buy a home where an expensive problem surfaces after the sale, you won't be able to make the inspector liable or get the inspector to pay for the damage. In fact, you may not be entitled to any compensation beyond the cost of the inspection.

As the buyer, the home inspection is used a tool to determine the current condition of the home as well as knowing maintenance that is needed now as well as in the near future. Sometime further inspections may be required by a plumber, roofer, or an electrician to determine if a real problem exist. The buyer uses the home inspection to determine if the current condition is what they can tolerate to purchase the home. It is entirely up to the buyer(s) to determine their own comfort level. The buyer can ask the seller to repair/replace inspection items. This is all negotiable within the deadlines of the purchase contract.

Contact the Home Selling Real Estate Specialists at Keller Williams Realty and the Hoffman Home Team. Heidi Hoffman 303-949-9770

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