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Women's Ski Week, February 11-16

Women’s Ski Week is fast approaching. We have some great things lined up for you: Women’s Camp, Women and Wine, First Tracks and Yoga are just a few of the planned activities. There are also some great lodging deals . Make the time, if you can, to come meet other women with the same hobbies and values as you.  This will be a week to remember for all that attend!

Women’s Camp
Wednesday, Feb 14th - Friday Feb 16th on Peak 8

Join our top women ski instructors for three days of hands-on instruction that will change the way you tackle the mountain. With over 30 years of experience, our team of women instructors know how to help you find the confidence and abilities to improve your skiing – and can show you how to get there. With video analysis, a supportive women’s only environment and lunches included – it's an opportunity you can't afford to miss...or Ms! .

Women & Wine
Wednesday, February 14th, 1:15pm on Peak 8 

"Making Waves this Year" is our Women & Wine lesson and wine event, held every Wednesday. This half-day lesson starts at 1:15pm and ends with wine. Enjoy individualized instruction, an encouraging environment and wine pairings at the Grand Living Room in One Ski Hill Place on Feb. 14.

Women's Ultimate 4 Lessons
1 and 3 day lessons available - February 11 to 25, 2018

With a maximum of 4 women per class and a female instructor, the Women's Ultimate 4 ski lessons are the perfect place to improve your skills while being surrounded by supportive and similar ability-level ladies. You’ll want to experience this exclusive class during Women’s Ski Week.

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How to Hire the Right Home Inspector

Hiring a home inspector for any property you are considering buying can potentially save you money and hassles down the line. To be sure that the inspector you hire is qualified, here are some important questions to ask.

How Long Have You Been Working in the Field?

An inspector should be able to provide references and a history of experience. It's also important to know about his or her background.

What Experience Do You Have with Residential Inspections?

A background in engineering or construction is a bonus, but if the inspector has never worked on a home, it won't help much.

How Much Time Does an Inspection Take?

A thorough home inspection should take between two and three hours, depending on the size of the home. Special aspects, such as swimming pools, spas and wood-burning fireplaces may require extra time.

What Will the Inspection Cost?

The cost of the average home inspection is $300 to $500, depending on the region, size of the home and the complexity of the building systems that are used.

What Type of Inspection Report Is Provided?

Some inspectors provide a big binder full of information, others a few sheets. In any case, the report should be clear and help guide your final decision to purchase the home. Ask for further explanations of anything in the report you don't understand.

Do You Belong to a Home Inspection Association, and Do You Attend Continuing Education Courses?

Membership in an organization like the American Society of Home Inspectors means the inspector has been certified and approved by that organization.

Wondering How Much Your Home Is Worth?
How has the price of your home changed in today's market? How much are other homes in your neighborhood selling for?

If you’re wondering about prices in your area, or thinking of selling your home, I can help.

Just call my office at 800-289-7005 or email me at for a professional price analysis. There is absolutely no obligation.

I’ll give you honest feedback about the value of your home. And I’ll also give you the inside scoop on what’s happening in the housing market in Breckenridge, Dillon, Frisco, Silverthorne and Keystone.

Kelli Bennett
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Ask Kelli: 
Is a home inspection really worth it?

Too often, buyers forgo a home inspection in an effort to save time and money. This is not the place to skimp. A home inspection is a crucial step in the home-buying process. The option to perform a home inspection is included in all standard real estate contracts. 

A home inspection reveals any issues that are potential safety concerns or may affect the value of the property. It shows you what items need to be replaced, serviced or repaired immediately, as well as those that may require attention in the near future.

You can use the information to decide if you should walk away from a lemon or negotiate further with the seller for repairs or credit. 
This newsletter and any information contained herein are intended for general informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal, financial or medical advice. The publisher takes great efforts to ensure the accuracy of information contained in this newsletter. However, we will not be responsible at any time for any errors or omissions or any damages, howsoever caused, that result from its use. Seek competent professional advice and/or legal counsel with respect to any matter discussed or published in this newsletter. This newsletter is not intended to solicit properties currently for sale.
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