At Elevations, our experienced Mortgage Loan Officers are here to help you navigate the homebuying process. One of our excellent Mortgage Loan Officers, Melissa Cotton, has experience in every role of real estate transactions, from real estate agent to lending support/operations and now as a Mortgage Loan Officer. How long have you been with Elevations?
One such person, with a particularly illustrious career, began his research in a high school chemistry class, determining that egg yolks are yellow due to the sulfur compounds in chicken feed. The much-honored atmospheric physicist Dr. Warren M. Washington completed his doctorate in meteorology and began his career at NCAR in 1963-64, becoming a senior
Tax season is here, and with it comes increased scams. Below are various scams that the IRS has identified that taxpayers may encounter during tax filing season. 1. Phishing Phishing scams usually involve unsolicited emails or fake websites that pose as legitimate IRS sites to convince you to provide personal or financial information. Once scam
Do you snowshoe? People have probably been snowshoeing in Boulder County for hundreds of years.
Since 1993, Read Aloud Loveland has been building literacy skills amongst preschool children in the Loveland and Berthoud area. This Elevations Foundation grantee, staffed entirely by volunteer community members, has opened doors to literacy for thousands of young people in the Loveland area. Reading to young children can provide them with lifelong benefits. Children who
Dana is a 9-year-old resident of Boulder and an Elevations Business Banking member. She loves acting, singing, Irish dance, drawing and coding. And she started a nonprofit that has raised over $100,000 for research into rare childhood diseases. She is one of our many Elevations members with a passion for her community and a drive
If you think of skiing in Colorado, chances are you will think of Aspen, Vail, Breckenridge or Keystone. But Boulder County and even Boulder itself have a rich history of skiing all their own. From Eldora in Nederland to the University of Colorado ski team that helped the USA medal in the 1964 Olympics, Boulder
The holiday season is upon us, and we’ve partnered with our friends at Eco-Cycle to provide tips on ways you can reduce, reuse and recycle during the holidays and all year. If we each take smalls steps like these, we can create a significant impact. Gift Wrapping Alternatives Wrapping paper isn’t recyclable, so consider using
You have many choices when it comes to your small business banking and lending needs. Beyond ensuring that your financial institution has the products and services your business requires on a day-to-day basis, your choice can also have an impact on the long-term success of your business. Not all financial institutions take the same approach
We share a lot of history on the humans who shaped our Colorado communities, but what about the animals? Our friends at the Museum of Boulder take a closer look at five Colorado native animals. In Colorado, we have the opportunity to be surrounded by nature. There is so much wildlife right in our backyard.