The median household income in Grand Junction is around $45,000 and that means you can't afford a million dollar home. That being said, there are many wonderful homes available in a price range that the average Western Sloper can afford. Take a look at these homes under $300,000 available now.
3145 Goldeneye Ave, Grand Junction, CO 81504
This almost 1,700 square foot home is located on the east side of town near Clifton. It is a beautiful, 2-story residence with high ceilings. A very open main level... read more
Wondering what you can do to appeal to prospective buyers? There are a myriad of upgrades you can make that will attract potential purchasers. This is a quick list of tasks that will raise your value in no time.
Never underestimate the power of a clean house. Hire someone to clean for you or take the time to do it yourself, either way it will be worth it. Make a list for weekly chores you can accomplish, so that your home is always ready for a showing. Keep clutter to a minimum and keep c... read more
An open house is a wonderful way to see a home you’ve had your eye on without an appointment. It is a convenient approach to establish if it is a home you’d like to get serious about purchasing without the upfront commitment. Here’s what to look for at an open house.
If you get an overwhelming fresh paint smell when you walk in the door, there could be trouble. Now there is always the chance that the interior did need a paint update, but it could be a sign of hidden alarms. ... read more
714 Curecanti Circle
This magnificent property is perched on a hillside in the west Redlands area. Overlooking the entire city from east to west, the views will dazzle you and your guests. Built in 2006, this home has geothermal heating and cooling, a wine room, and a grand front door entrance area. An exceptionally open kitchen space will be perfect for hosting guests and the wood beams throughout add a rustic touch. The master bedroom is colossal and fit for a king and his queen to look... read more
In the hunt for a new home? Home inspections, renovations, mortgages, and all of those details are certainly important, but don’t forget to overlook the location of your potential future home. Remember, this will be your residence and you don’t want to find yourself downwind of the local waste treatment center. Here are some tips to keep in mind when analyzing the location of your next home.
Schools. If you have children or foresee children in their future, you’re going to wan... read more