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Colorado Real Estate Podcast

Erin Spradlin & James Carlson

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Colorado is one of the hottest real estate markets in the country. To navigate it successfully, you need inside information. Join real estate agents Erin Spradlin and James Carlson each week as they share insights into the Denver, Colorado Springs, and surrounding markets, how to win deals in a competitive situation and what developments are changing these cities and the state. Whether you're investing in Airbnb and short-term rentals, house hacking for financial freedom or simply wanting to ...
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Hello and welcome. You're listening to sermons from the audio archives of Christian counselor and speaker, George Stahnke. We hope that you enjoy these sermons that are full of practical wisdom and solid truth to help you grow in your relationship with Christ. Log on to RenewalMinistriesCS.org for more information and resources available to you.
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Lauren Collier is a Colorado Springs business owner, author, and philanthropist, known for her involvement in the Colorado Springs business community and especially for her dedication to forwarding the success of young professionals and aspiring entrepreneurs in Colorado Springs. Lauren loves Colorado Springs and wants to give back. On the Idea Accelerator Podcast, she interviews experts across all fields of interests to learn their shortcuts and strategies for succeeding in business in Colo ...
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The Maverick Observer

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Founded in 2020 by Tim Hoiles, The Maverick Observer is a start-up news source for Colorado Springs, El Paso County and Colorado. Sprung from a deep history in media, we not only discuss politics, but we also have a passion for food, drinks, business, and views. Commercial media interests, conflicts of interest in ownership and the pursuit of ratings and readership have distorted our news. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and are committed to conflict-of-interest-free news. We may take a perspec ...
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The Colorado Real Estate Podcast discusses the different ways you can house hack in Colorado Springs to offset your mortgage. (And why seniors might be the future of this as-of-now young-person's investment strategy.) Also, why checking building permits before buying in Colorado is a vital part of the home-buying process For more information visit:…
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On episode 412, Bob chats with local author PJ Anderson about "Cheyenne Mountain - Here's Looking at You" an exhaustively researched book about the history of Colorado Springs' nearest mountain. They discuss Anderson's history in developing Cheyenne Mountain State Park at the base of the peak, the history of the early discovery and then mining and …
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Learn about deep nature connection, nature deficit disorder, great programming in the area, and ways we all can engage to feel a belonging amongst the other species that live in the lovely Southern Colorado region. Co-host Ally Richardson, from local nonprofit Pikes Peak Permaculture, is joined by three permaculture guests who work and teach in the…
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On today's show, we're diving into the topic of Airbnb deposits, a growing concern for hosts, especially in the 30-day and midterm rental spaces where larger deposits are often needed. With Airbnb's dominance in the short-term market and its increasing presence in midterm rentals, we emphasize the importance of staying compliant with their rules. N…
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On this episode, Bob chats with Hector Estevez, the CEO of Centum Research and Technology. Calling from his company's headquarters in Spain, he and Bob talk about the "Lifeseeker" technology and devices that have been used in Europe and are now being introduced in the United States. The devices, which can locate a missing hiker in minutes, work alo…
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Join host Ally Richardson as she ventures to the opposite slope of Pikes Peak to converse with master herbalist Mari Marques. Explore how plants nurture us, followed by a tour of her stunning and bountiful gardens. Discover additional advantages and applications for the plants thriving in our area, including those often deemed invasive or labeled a…
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In this episode of the Colorado Real Estate Podcast Erin and James discuss: Colorado Squatter Laws Who is most likely to squat in your property? Turbo Tenant content Criteria for Squatters in Colorado How to protect yourself from squatters in Colorado Property taxes and squatters What is a zombie mortgage? How do you get a zombie mortgage? How do y…
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In this podcast, Erin and James of the Colorado Real Estate Podcast discuss: Accessory Dwelling Units 1. What is an ADU? What is an ADU in real estate? 2. The point of Colorado's ADU law 3. Does every Colorado city have to allow for ADUs? 3. What does Colorado's ADU law do? 4. When does the Colorado ADU law go into effect? 5. Can HOAS prevent ADUs …
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On this week's podcast, Bob goes solo as he talks about his trip hiking and photographing waterfalls in North Carolina. He discusses the scenery, the trails and the people he's encountered. Also, a short discussion on when you should go with a tour group and when you should make your own arrangements. Also, Colorado Springs E-bike survey and El Pas…
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5 Things to Know When you Buy a Property in Mexico 1. How long does it take to purchase a property in Puerto Vallarta? 2. How do I find a real estate agent in Puerto Vallarta? 3. Can you get a home loan in Mexico? Can you get a home loan in Puerto Vallarta? Do you use a lender in Mexico? How does a foreigner buy a house in Mexico? 4. Can foreigners…
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Discover practical ways to reconnect your home landscape with nature. Learn how to provide food, water, and shelter to support pollinator habitats in your yard. David Woolley, Science Educator and Founder of the Manitou Seed Library shares fascinating information about the many pollinators and their favorite plant varieties. LINKS: Presenter’s Slid…
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The Colorado Real Estate Podcast discusses Erin and James' recent purchase of a condo in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. What were the fears about purchasing a home in Mexico, what due diligence did they do, what was the process for buying in Mexico, and the timeline for taking possession of our new Mexican condo. For more information visit us online at h…
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On this week's podcast, Bob and co-host Kevin discuss big changes coming to the podcast, and ask the listeners to voice their thoughts on the changes. Also, water safety and Kevin went to the Outdoor Magazine event in Denver Please consider becoming a patron of this podcast! Visit: https://www.patreon.com/hikingbob for more information Hiking Bob w…
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The Colorado Real Estate Podcast discusses what to do over a weekend in Colorado Springs, what is an appraisal contingency? Example of an appraisal gap. Pros and cons of appraisal gap coverage. In the second segment, the Colorado Real Estate podcast covers what to do when your tenants leave early/breaking a tenancy early. For more information visit…
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On this week's podcast, Bob's guest us author and adventurer Kevin Fedarko. They talk about his newly released book "A Walk in the Park: The True Story of a Spectacular Misadventure in the Grand Canyon". The book details his and photographer Pete McBride's attempt to hike the entire length of the canyon, from east to west. Also, they discuss how ov…
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The Colorado Real Estate Podcast discusses what to do over a weekend in Colorado Springs, what an escalation clause and the best way to use an escalation clause, as well as a May 2024 Market Update for Colorado Springs Real Estate and a May 2024 Market Update for Denver Real Estate. For more information visit us online at https://www.erinandjamesre…
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On this week's podcast, Bob sits down for a chat with Colorado Springs' Richard Skorman. Skorman is a a former city councilor, a small business owner, outdoor advocate, civic leader and water conservation activist. They talk about his newest initiative of getting volunteers to help clean up trash in sensitive areas and neighborhoods, the scarcity o…
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The Colorado Real Estate Podcast discusses a new Colorado landlord law, SB 1098, designed to curb "no-cause" lease terminations and evictions, offering tenants more stability. This law requires landlords to have valid reasons to terminate leases, such as property conversion or substantial repairs, helping to even the power dynamic between landlords…
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On this week's podcast, Bob provides an update on the shuttle and reservation system on Pikes Peak. Also, interesting facts around the proposed Fox Run Park Nature Center, a new feature on the COTREX app and website, and Bob is selling one of his cameras. Pikes Peak season/annual passes: https://tinyurl.com/tz94b427 COTREX wildfire alerts: https://…
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In this episode of the Colorado Real Estate Podcast, we discuss market trends in Denver and Colorado Springs, focusing on housing prices, inventory, and what to expect in the coming months. We also tackle the common question about Colorado's foreclosure rates, noting that the state has a relatively low rate compared to national averages. Additional…
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On this week's podcast, Bob and Kevin discuss master plans projects underway for Colorado Springs' Fishers Canyon Open Space and El Paso County's Jones Park. Also, a discussion about timed-entry reservation requirement for Pikes Peak, and a new shuttle system that leaves out recreational users. Fishers Canyon Master Plan: https://tinyurl.com/3ndbv8…
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Today we discuss Colorado Senate Bill 33, a proposed bill that would have quadrupled property taxes for short-term rentals, which was ultimately voted down. We also talk about current regulations for short-term rentals in Colorado, with varying rules across different counties. As well as a recent appearance on Turbo Tenet and updates from our real …
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Learn about water resource limitations and challenges for Colorado and Colorado Springs. Scott Winter, project manager in Water Resources and Demand Management for Colorado Springs Utilities, shares work being done to ensure our community is as efficient and as resilient as possible. He also reviews how and what you can do to participate in the eff…
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On this week's podcast, Bob takes a short hike while interviewing Sheila Doherty a/k/a "Hiking Unlimited" on social media. An expert based in Phoenix, she gives advice on hiking in the desert Southwest, chats with Bob about her favorite trips and hikes, and also her future plans. Along on the hike was Sheila's friend, Michelle, a new hiker who was …
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In this episode of the Colorado Real Estate Podcast, we explore how demographic shifts are influencing the real estate market. We discuss the "silver tsunami" of baby boomers potentially selling their homes and the counteracting demand from millennials, now the largest demographic cohort, which is keeping home prices high. Additionally. And finally…
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On this week's podcast, Bob is joined by co-host Kevin "Wild" Westendorf and they catch up on what Kevin has been doing since he was last on the show. They also discuss people behaving badly on trails, a rescue due to people being woefully underprepared, and if you want to hike to the popular Hanging Lake, you will need to prepare carefully and far…
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Learn about a great resource in the Pikes Peak Region to help you recycle many items you can’t just toss into curbside recycling. This conversation also explores some opportunities for how we might improve Colorado Springs poor recycling performance – we divert only 15% of our waste from the landfill into recycling. Loveland diverts 60%, Boulder 51…
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On this episode of The Colorado Real Estate Podcast we review the 6 most important questions to ask yourself if you're thinking of investing in real esate. If you're a first time buyer or just looking to add to your exisitng real estate portfolio don't miss these important tips! For more infomation visit https://www.erinandjamesrealestate.com…
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On this week's podcast, Bob interviews Jolie NeSmith, the Executive Director of the Rocky Mountain Field Institute (RMFI). They talk about her first year at the helm, including challenges and accomplishments, and then move on to discuss the 2024 work season. The review the projects RMFI will be working on, with an update on the multi-year Devils Pl…
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