Not all home improvements are created equal. These will reward you the most when it comes time to sell. Your home is in the perfect location, came at the perfect price, with the perfect lot. (Yay southern exposure!) But the home itself? Perfect isn’t the adjective you’d use. But you knew that moving in, and now you’re ready to start …
Not to mention, get you a nice ROI on your home’s value. Don’t spend the whole summer planning your dream fire pit or there could be frost on the ground before it’s ready to roar. Start your DIY now and you won’t miss a single day of prime bonfire season. Plus, there’s this: A pro-built fire pit costs about $4,500 with a …
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.
This video is a quick update on what real estate in Denver Metro did in 2018 and a broad view into 2019. If something I share doesn’t answer a specific question or concern you have? Please contact me.
So about 90 days ago I gave you a video update of Colorado residential real estate and specifically the Denver Front Range. In that video, I suggested that we were anticipating some market shifts and a calming in appreciation as we rolled towards the end of the year. For the first time in 6½ years, we have officially seen a shift in the market.
Getting a new home deserves celebrating. Here are some great tips on how to throw a stress-free Housewarming Party.
This post is part of an ongoing series, “ABC’s of Real Estate.” Stay tuned for more posts as I run through the a-z of real estate and provide helpful tips for home buyers and sellers alike.
This post is part of an ongoing series, “ABC’s of Real Estate.” Stay tuned for more posts as I run through the a-z of real estate and provide helpful tips for home buyers and sellers alike. Read more about Home Warranty.
This post is part of an ongoing series, “ABC’s of Real Estate.” Stay tuned for more posts as I run through the a-z of real estate and provide helpful tips for home buyers and sellers alike. *** If you have any experience with buying or selling a home, the word “disclosures” might come with a certain level of worry. But …
What should I plant that will cope with Colorado’s challenging climate. Read more to get some good advice.
Don’t feel rushed into buying any old house just because you are closing on your house, you can add a “rent-back” agreement. This enables you to have time to find your dream home, keep your buyer, as well as stay in your home instead of hauling all your items into storage.
Loan programs allow some or all the down payment for a new house to come as a gift from a family member, find out how
Here are some of the ways to help children get into their first home
Here are ten tips to extend the life of some appliances and major systems around your home
Here is why you need to use a real estate professional , If you want to really know the value of your home
Establishing a market price is a combination of science and art, here are some false factors that can mislead you.
If you are thinking about selling your home, here are some valuable reasons why you should not go it alone and hire a professional real estate pro.
Most buyer’s think of the lending aspect of a real estate transaction as a necessary evil. It is. The other perspective, however, is that a loan is a financial tool that 50% of a life altering transaction relies upon. The motivating factor for most buyers in how they choose a lender is cost. Plenty of lenders run national advertising campaigns. …
Home ownership has been a key strategy used by the American Federal Government throughout the years to help the economy and build the American Dream.
Do you feel comfortable that all your personal possessions are fully covered by your homeowner’s insurance policy? These five events can make a difference to the coverage you might need.