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Did you know that December can be one of the most busy months for real estate sales? It’s true. Many folks realize that they can find deals for homes during the holiday season. Buyers are out in droves this season … Continue reading →
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Did you know that there are less than 3500 homes for sale in all of Metro Denver? What does that mean to you?
Home Seller: How can I get the most for my home in this market? Jeff Hansen, Realtor in Colorado: Here’s how. It is a crazy market out there! Crazier than I have ever seen in my over 22 years in … Continue reading →
From RealtyTrac: “The Markets with biggest rent increases are in Texas, Colorado and North Carolina; Among all counties analyzed with rental data available in both 2014 and 2015, the average fair market rent for a three-bedroom property was $1,255 for … Continue reading →
Buyers, did you know that there are an increasing number of sellers with security systems these days? Did you know that some of those security systems have cameras? Did you also know that some of these cameras have microphones? Did … Continue reading →
Did you know that 1st time homebuyers have been left behind? Only 33% of homebuyers this year were 1st timers. Down 5% from last year. With raising rents and student loan debts, it’s simply too difficult to save up for … Continue reading →
Every year, without fail, I sell a home on Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, New Years or even Christmas Day. I have sold homes on at least one of these holidays for the last 6 years in a row! Last week I … Continue reading →
Did you know that when you are buying a home from a builder that the contract may or may not say that any money that you put up for upgrades will be considered to be non-refundable. As with any contract, … Continue reading →
Deferred Maintenance A common human trait; why do today what we can put off til tomorrow. We all fall victim to this from time to time. Sometimes we pay the price in a big way. Like with household repairs. If … Continue reading →