Home buying surprises can be good or bad. In this post I talk about a few of the most common ones.
Like stage fright or other anxiety-induced reaction, the yips are something that can negatively impact a golfer. The yips is basically a slang term for anxiety and tension that a golfer may feel, especially when putting. This reveals itself in short, jerky, uncoordinated movements instead of a smooth stroke. Anxiety can be a tough feeling to overcome in any aspect …
In this market update video I look at quarter 3 of 2019 compared to quarter 3 of 2018 and talk about the data, which shows a healthy Denver market.
When buying a new construction home there are a couple of things to be aware of ahead of time to ensure you get exactly what you want when you want it.
In this post, I talk about a few of the biggest reasons for buyers’ remorse after the home buying process and how to avoid them.
Whether this is your first home or your tenth home, your wish list varies every time. Read this post for tips to turn your wishlist into reality!
Whether you are new to golf course living or a seasoned pro this list will help you find the perfect location for your next Golf Course home.
Are we moving to a buyers market?
Hear a few of my thoughts as you watch me look at the latest data.
Read up on the most common unrealistic home selling expectations to be prepared for when it comes time to sell your home.
Changes during the home buying process will inevitably arise. Thinking about them now will set you up for success when they show up.
Does “up and coming neighborhood” scare you a little? In this post I talk about some surprisingly great benefits to buying a home in an up and coming neighborhood.
Like a ‘quail high’ in golf, a good real estate agent is a wonderful resource for little-known strategies to make your home selling process a bit easier. Here are a few of the many ways Doug can craft a quail high for your home selling journey.
Setting the correct pace for your home buying or selling journey is crucial to finding success and enjoying the process as well.
Summer is winding down and kids are heading back to school. Are you curious to know what our real estate market is doing? Watch this short 6-minute video to learn more!
Just like choosing the wrong club can wreak havoc on your golf shot, not paying attention to your true budget and life situation can ruin your home buying experience.
If you are like most people,
you might be nervous about the process, anxious about moving, stressed about money,
concerned about the future. I understand; I’ve been there myself and also have helped many
people to successful outcomes. This guide is meant to be an aid before, during, and after your home buying journey.
Now that you’ve had a successful closing and have cash in hand, here are some of the smartest ways to reinvest for the future.
In the housing market, while being a first-time buyer or seller can bring its own unknown excitement, being a second-time market participant can be better as you now know what to expect and you are not so blind going into it.
Whether you are looking for an investment property, a rental home or a primary residence to gut and fix up into a dream home, a great realtor can help guide a buyer with simple tips and tricks that will turn an unassuming property into a power move!
This post is part of an ongoing series where we talk about my two favorite things: golf and real estate! Stay tuned for more golf-themed posts as we go through the ABC’s of real estate and provide helpful tips for home buyers and sellers alike.