realtysage: What Millennials Expect of the New Real Estate Market - 10/01/19 08:35 AM
By Syd Ulrich-Dogonniuck, Sustainability Content Writer for Realty Sage
Millennials have changed nearly every aspect of life as we know it, so why wouldn’t the Real Estate market feel those changes too? Here’s a look at what Millennials want and how the housing market needs to change to meet those demands.
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Millennials are constantly online. It doesn’t matter if they’re on a laptop, on their phones, using Bluetooth headphones, or doing something with the intention of putting it on some social media platform later. No matter how you look at it, online is the only place to be.
While I understand you can’t compress a whole house into … (0 comments)

realtysage: Busting the Millennial Real Estate Myth - 09/09/19 10:18 AM
By Syd Ulrich-Dogonniuck, Sustainability Content Writer for Realty Sage
Millennials. Go ahead, groan, I know you want to. When I hear “Millennial” I even want to groan, and I am a Millennial!!
I feel like the word just has so many layers to it at this point, and those layers run the whole spectrum from good to bad to ugly. That being said, one thing that Millennials have undeniably brought to the table is change. And change can be good, bad and ugly depending on how you look at it. But on the other side of change is a bright future!
Real Estate: The Millennial Wave
So many areas of life … (0 comments)

realtysage: Solar Dog Homes. Yes, it's a thing! - 08/07/19 10:33 AM
When solar goes to the dogs. Literally.
by Kari Klaus, Founder of
Denver hosted the 2017 US Department of Energy Solar Decathlon which was described," as a life-changing competition for collegiate students and an intensive course in sustainability for consumers." However, a much more light-hearted, side competition was happening for solar dog homes. It demonstrated just how much we care for our furry friends and the environment. 
Travelers passing through the Denver International Airport were encouraged to take a look at the display of custom dog houses with solar-power called the Sustainable BARKitecture Dog House Competition. It was all for a good cause and in honor of the … (7 comments)

realtysage: The Real Estate Forecast Looks Sunny! - 08/05/19 02:40 PM
By Syd Ulrich-Dogonniuck, Sustainability Content Writer for Realty Sage
If you ever studied Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs in an intro Psychology or Humanities course you may recall that the first level of need is about the basics: food and water. Maslow said that after the basics were accounted for, then a person could move on to the next levels of personal betterment. But…in today’s day and age, as silly as it may sound, I’d honestly add electricity in to that first level of need.
People really do start to do crazy things when their lives aren’t powered up! I know people who will go to the ends of the … (2 comments)

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