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About thenoelteam

As a Broker with RE/MAX Alliance, I work energetically for my clients whether they are a buyer or seller. I help you achieve your goal of owning a home or getting the best price for your home in the shortest time possible. After graduating from UCLA with a degree in communications and finance, I was licensed in 1977 and since then I have sold over 3600 properties amounting to over $1 billion in sales. I currently rank in the top 10 in home sales for Colorado. I offer the same quality of service and superior communication to all clients, ranging from starter homes to multi-million dollar estates, commercial and income properties, relocations and foreclosures My goal is to provide you with the best representation possible whether you are buying or selling. Over the years, one of the things that I've discovered is that there is a difference in the way individual Realtors do business. For me, I have always felt that honesty and personal integrity are the foundations upon which a successful business and career are built and sustained. I have an extensive background and knowledge base in real estate, including financing, which has enabled me to provide outstanding, quality advice and service not found with many agents today. My commitment to communication creates a positive relationship between my client and myself that results in a successful property sale or purchase. My passion for real estate, commitment to my clients and personal integrity has helped me to achieve success placing me in the top 1% of all brokers in nationwide. In my career, I have earned a number of awards and received considerable recognition for my success but the most significant recognition comes from the fact that over 75% of my business comes from past clients. My success is a true measure of my client satisfaction.

Rain Gutter Preventive Maintenance

Leaves and other debris can collect in rain gutters and cause damage as seen in the photo below. Pooled water can freeze and build up in the winter, eventually causing the gutter to pull away from its bracket. Clogs can … Continue reading

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Maintaining Your Hot Water Heater

WRITTEN BY SARAH KELLNER Water heaters generally have a lifespan of 8-12 years, but as with anything, the better care you take of it, the longer it will last. There are several easy “set it and forget it” tips that … Continue reading

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Insider’s Tips for Adding Value to Your Home

Written By Andrew Jones Building equity is one of the primary benefits of home ownership. Equity is established when you make a down payment at the time of purchase, and it typically grows as your property value increases and the … Continue reading

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Best New Security Tips To Keep Your Home Safe While You’re On Vacation

WRITTEN BY JAYMI NACIRI Nothing kills your vacation buzz like getting a call from the police back home letting you know your home has been burglarized. Basic home security tips are great, but safety measures are continually evolving, with new … Continue reading

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Landscaping to Improve Resale: 9 Projects That Fit Within Your Desired Price Point

WRITTEN BY DANIEL M. CHRISTENSEN As the weather starts to heat up each Spring, so too does the housing market. Spring is an optimal time to get your house ready to sell. The first thing that potential buyers will see … Continue reading

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10 SUSTAINABLE FEATURES THAT ARE CHANGING THE DEFINITION OF SMART HOUSE

Written By  KELSEY KLOSS Elle Decor “Smart home” and “green home” are now nearly synonymous. With the recent sale of “Real Housewife” Shannon Beador’s über-eco-friendly Orange County mansion, it’s clearer than ever that selling a home is about more than just … Continue reading

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Future Home Tech: 8 Energy-Saving Solutions on the Horizon

Written By Paul Lester  http://www.energy.gov Digital Content Specialist, Office of Public Affairs From heating and cooling to electronics and appliances, it takes a lot of energy to power our daily lives. Our homes use 37 percent more energy today than they … Continue reading

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