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For many Americans fall is the favorite season. October is a beautiful month all over the country. But for many locals, fall in Colorado is spectacular. Aspen leaves turn to shimmering gold. Mountain vistas are breathtaking. The temperature generally stays in the mid ‘60’s. And there’s plenty of sunshine. You won’t want to miss local… Read more »

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More Summer

Labor Day is recognized as the first Monday in September and embodies both the social and economic successes of American Workers. In fact, Colorado along with Massachusetts, New Jersey, and New York implemented the Labor Day holiday by legislative enactment in 1887 behind Oregon who secured state legislation earlier that same year. Per the U.S…. Read more »

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winter watering

Winter watering is very important. Our “Customer Service Manager” Vincent, found this great resource to help guide you in winter watering. It is important to protect your yards and gardens through some unseasonably dry winter months. If you have questions feel free to comment on this post and we will get back to you. Thanks to Colorado… Read more »

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50 years

Today the people I have been honored to call Grandma and Grandpa have reached an incredible milestone. Lee and Mickey Bolin have been married for Fifty Years today. Their love story is one that melts hearts. They have set an example for so many on what a beautiful and fruitful marriage is. Their love is rooted in… Read more »

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The Colorado Springs Conservatory and Cordera invite you to be our guests for wine tasting and live jazz this Thursday, July 21 from 7-9 p.m. at the Cordera Community Center. Enjoy wine tasting with Coaltrain Wine and Spirits, savory treats, and mingle with friends in a glorious setting! Plus, experience the enticing sounds of Voodoo… Read more »

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The Colorado Springs Gazette honored Saddletree Homes as winner of “Best Home Builders” in the Best of the Springs 2008. The Gazette writes, “While most major builders are letting buyers pick their colors, Saddletree is encouraging homeowners to fundamentally alter the building plans to create personalized dream homes.” See our current inventory View our floor… Read more »

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Sometimes it’s hard to discern what is really true about today’s housing market. If you are looking for bad news, it’s easy to find. But the good news is just as prevalent. Think of what you would have missed if you would have listened to some of the “experts” throughout the years: “The prices of… Read more »

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via Colorado Springs Business Journal Daily Colorado Springs has the most affordable homes in the state, and Boulder has the most expensive, according to analysis from Coldwell Banker released September 26, 2007. Home sales prices in Colorado Springs last year averaged $197,500 compared to Boulder’s average of $615,000. Coldwell Banker identified the most expensive and most affordable cities in each… Read more »

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Forbes Magazine named Colorado Springs one of the top 10 cities where home prices are likely to rise. In an article published on August 25, 2008, Colorado Springs is listed with cities like Albuquerque, New Mexico, Austin, Texas and Portland, Oregon as cities likely to see a rise in home prices as soon as next year…. Read more »

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By Dennis Huspeni, The Gazette Lee Bolin created an opportunity and a challenge. Fittingly enough for a home builder, they look a lot like a house. Bolin, president of Saddletree Homes / Symphony Homes, is building a house here for Hurricane Katrina survivors. They’re not going to live here. Instead, Bolin — with help from… Read more »