Senate Bill 262 (SB-262) is a new law in effect aimed to allow for more disclosure about MTDs (Metropolitan Tax Districts).
Hi, I’m Doug Phelps with Colorado Home Realty. For most people, the process to sell or buy a home is emotional, involved, and tricky to navigate; doing any step wrong causes anxiety and it unnecessarily steals away your time and money. After all, it is from home that your every day begins and ends. It is your refuge and it …
If you’re in the market to buy a home in the Denver metro area, there is an important acronym that you should be aware of: MTD, also known as Metropolitan Taxing Districts.
With this practice becoming more common in this digital world, how can you pick an agent, or a home while you’re still out of state?
In Colorado, homeowners should clear their sidewalk 24 hours after a snowstorm for pedestrian safety.
There is no expectation of a significant retreat in buyer demand. Therefore, my expectation is that home prices locally will increase up to 10% in the Denver metro area in 2022.
Happy holidays from Doug Phelps and team! Are you in the market to buy or sell your home in Colorado? Call and text me at (720) 323-4176 or email me at [email protected]
In the past couple of years, cities like Boulder, Arvada, Denver, and Fort Collins have seen real estate transactions completely done in crypto and it looks like we’ll be seeing more in the future.
It was only a matter of time before crypto merged into real estate and now buyers, sellers and investors are wondering how they can use it to buy real estate. Overall, the future of cryptocurrency as it pertains to real estate is a vastly untouched ocean of possibility and risk.
Happy Friday and day after Thanksgiving! I sincerely hope you and your loved ones had a wonderful Thanksgiving yesterday, and perhaps still celebrating today. I have so much to be thankful for, this year and every year including all the new clients and friends I have met this year and have the privilege of helping them in their home buying …
In case you missed it, online real estate listing service, Zillow, announced the end of its iBuyer program, just three years after its launch.
“Real Estate Agent” is a catchall phrase that is often used in casual conversation to describe the three types of professionals who help clients buy and sell real estate: agents, brokers, and REALTORS®
Whether you are buying or selling a home, the process requires a lot of communication between you and your agent. You need to know if it is the right fit. Especially in a hot real estate market like Denver, speedy communication and having a knowledgeable agent to help you make decisions are key. Learn more about Colorado Realtor Doug Phelps, …
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It goes almost without saying that the Denver metro area real estate market as well as much of the Front Range from Colorado Springs to Fort Collins continues to be hot!
It’s not uncommon for buyers to use a storage unit on either a long-term or short-term basis. Many Colorado real estate buyers are coming from out of state so storage units can be a real savior.
Buyers need to know the difference between a bad deal and just cold feet. As an experienced Colorado-based Realtor, I help you decide on your needs and wants first
The Denver metro area hosts home to several golf course communities. I personally love helping buyers find their dream golf course home along the Denver Front Range and have many years experience doing so, especially since I love golf myself. However, you don’t need to be a golfer to love living on a golf course! Golf course communities offer so …
Some first-time buyers may not even go through with a deal because of paint color alone, but it’s a much easier fix than you may think!
Did you know that many HVAC professionals recommend that homeowners have their heating systems checked in the fall and the air conditioning checked in the spring?