Lori Ann Erb, a native to Grand Junction, grew up on the Redlands, attending schools from Fruita to Grand Junction. Graduating from Grand Junction HighSchool in 1981. Lori Ann left the Grand Junction Valley in 1986 moving out of state, but coming back to the Valley in 2007, it has been a blessing for she and her Husband, of almost 25 years. Lori Ann received her Realtor License in September 2016, and officially started, October of 2016.
Lori Ann loves Real Estate and people, so, why not take the ... read more
Selling your home? It's no secret a well maintained curb is inviting buyers to come inside. "If the outside looks fresh & clean, wait until you see the inside!" Here are 5 ways to BOOST your curb appeal!. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Beautify your homes exterior by adding appealing house numbers to your entrance. A new font, color, or unique display for the numbers adds a custom feel. For an extra pop of color, place a potted plant or two by the front door.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties is proud to welcome Ed Mueck to the team as Marketing Manager.
Ed Mueck was raised in a small farming community in Illinois and enjoyed a childhood full of fishing, hunting, and sports. His father moved the family to Grand Junction in 1993 in order to join the Kroger management team. Ed attended Grand Junction High School and received his Bachelor’s in marketing and Business from Colorado Mesa University. He has a driven passion for marketing and... read more
National Earth Day: April 22nd, 2019. Here are a few simple Eco-friendly tips to incorporate in to your every day life at home!
-Use less water- It seems challenging, but it’s actually one of the easiest! Try limiting the length of your showers & using a more efficient (Eco-friendly) shower-head. Low flow is the way to go! Also, try washing your dishes by hand more often than running the dishwasher. For the days you need the dishwasher, make sure it's full to get the most out of your load.
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I was raised in Moab Utah with four brothers. My dad owned Pioneer Drilling Company and we spent lots of time in and around the Moab area prospecting for uranium. Trips to Grand Junction were two hours away, but it was considered normal to come over for shopping, doctor appointments, picking up parts for the drill rig, or a good time. I treasure a letter written to my dad and grandfather from Grand Junction in 1954 telling them their Geiger Counter was ready for pick-up.
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