Author: Debby Shultz

At the end of every show, Deborah asks listeners to call her at (719) 641-1357 to start the process of home ownership and to ask questions. Today, she discusses a few of those questions.   What difference does it make whether I hire a local or out-of-town...

As a real estate broker, Deborah always has her sellers get a roof inspection before listing. The reason behind this is quite simple. In Colorado Springs, the weather can get kind of crazy and your roof is outside in the elements all the time. Therefore,...

Resale vs New build   Which is better—to buy a resale home or a new build? The biggest question to consider when answering this question is where would you like to live?   In Colorado Springs proper, we’re mostly built up. There’s some new builds up North and out...

When you buy a home, you really need to get a home inspection so you know it’s not about to fall apart. While it is true that there are some things an inspector can see and there are some things they can’t, their primary objective...

Deborah attended an open house a couple of weeks ago for Black Oak Homes. This is the newest homebuilder in the Colorado Springs area. Deborah found the quality and uniqueness of the Black Oak Home to be quite impressive. Today, Deborah is joined by owner Akeem...

  Do you every think about how disorganized you are? Maybe it’s to a point where maybe staying in your current location is a better thought than packing up and moving.   Today, Deborah is joined by Gina of A Call to Order Professional Organizers to help you...

Today, Deborah is joined by Bill McAfee of Empire Title to discuss some of the statistics of the Colorado Springs area. These statistics help provide an overall picture of the local real estate market.   Overall, the area is seeing some great improvement, as evidenced by many...

Recently, the Colorado Springs area was hit by a windstorm. Many roofs were damaged, a few homes had their entire roof fly right off!   Roofers in the Colorado Springs area are still attending to the homes that were damaged in the July and August hailstorms. Now,...

When you are considering the buying or selling of a home, it’s important to consider your needs over 10 or 20 years. Circumstances will change, and while some of those are unknown factors, there are a few circumstances that can be considered. Questions such as:...

During the month of December, Deborah has highlighted various non-profit organizations in the Pikes Peak Region.   The Springs Rescue Mission was the first non-profit Deborah highlighted this month. They serve the chronically homeless in the region and their mission is to get people off the street...

During the month of December, Deborah highlights different non-profit organizations in the Pikes Peak area. Today, she is joined by Major Richard Larson of The Salvation Army.   The Salvation Army has been in El Paso County for 126 years! This year, they were able to serve...

  During the month of December, Deborah highlights different non-profit organizations in the Pikes Peak area. Today, she is joined by Becky Treece from TESSA.   In 1977, in response to an increase in domestic violence, the D.A.’s office teamed up with the El Pomar Foundation to create...

During the month of December, Deborah highlights different non-profit organizations in the Pikes Peak area. Today, she is joined by Shannon Brice of Care and Share.   Care and Share distributes food to people in 31 counties across Southern Colorado from Monument south to the border and...