New Year’s Resolutions for your Home
Each new year is an opportunity to reflect and look forward by making resolutions for the year ahead. From small changes to big goals, consider these New Year’s resolutions for your home.
Saving money is a common New Year’s resolution. Whether you’re saving up for a big purchase (like a new home) or simply trying to reduce excess spending, some simple changes at home can help. Read 5 ways to save money at home >>
If your New Year’s resolution is going green, creating Earth-friendly habits for your home is a good place to start. Simple changes, like turning the thermostat down a few degrees, can also help save money. Try composting, taking public transit, or installing green features (solar panels, energy-efficient appliances) in your home. Consider these three ways to go green at home >>
Spring isn’t the only time for cleaning and organization. Start the year off right with an organized home! Focus on the areas where you spend the most time, like the living room, bedroom, or home office. After a deep cleaning, work on building daily habits to help you stay organized. For some ideas, look at these home organizing tips we can’t live without >>
Refocus on Home Maintenance
During the busy holiday season, home maintenance can fall by the wayside. Start the new year by looking at the tasks you may have neglected. From insulating pipes to replacing filters, taking care of simple maintenance tasks regularly can help prevent bigger issues in your home. Start with these maintenance tips for older homes >>
Find a New Home
Looking for a bigger change this year? Find your new home on REcolorado.com.
REcolorado.com is the most accurate and up-to-date home search site because the information comes straight from Colorado real estate agents. You can use the same source REALTORS® use for the most reliable listings of homes for sale in Colorado. Plus, you can connect directly with the local expert – the listing agent or your personal real estate agent.
If you’re considering buying a home this year, here’s what you should be doing now >>
Originally published January 1, 2019 — Updated January 2, 2020 by REColorado