In this hot Denver real estate market, I like to be able to provide key insights for my clients so we can make the best decision for them.
Over the years, I have seen some patterns and scenarios, especially that relate to interest rates, which have been somewhat common in this market and I’ve highlighted them below.
I help clients buy and sell all types of real estate, but as a life-long avid golfer, competitive player, and with Colorado roots in golf reaching back several generations and across family, I have knowledge about and experience with every golf course along the Colorado Front Range.
In my daily work, I work with a variety of clients in all different stages of life and I love getting to know people and their specific journeys. The relationship between agent and client can be very personal and I really love helping clients reach their real estate dreams. As chances are you fit into one of the following categories, …
It’s that time of year again to go and get your taxes done. Whether you’re a current homeowner, landlord, or if you’ve bought or sold a home in the past year, these events are going to impact your taxes and write-offs.
Five days after closing, they headed to Hawaii for a well-deserved vacation and to drop off their oldest daughter for her freshman year at Hawaii Pacific University. Goal achieved.
Many of my clients come to me when they are thinking of downsizing a home with the prioritized reason that their current home is too much upkeep.
Maybe you’ve been at your current home for a number of years and you feel the need to acquire more space. Whatever the case is, if you would like a larger home then it’s worth looking into.
As a homeowner, know that your policy may not cover the current cost of your home or items if they have appreciated quickly. Homeowners need to make sure they are protected fully
One of my favorite parts of the job is helping clients find a home that is perfect for them and their lifestyle.
Senate Bill 262 (SB-262) is a new law in effect aimed to allow for more disclosure about MTDs (Metropolitan Tax Districts).
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.
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®
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!
Moving. Is. Exhausting. But you can make it as seamless as possible with these pro tips.
While you’d like to get the best price for your home, consider our six reasons to reduce your home price.
After finding a buyer, all you have to do to make it to closing is to avoid these five traps.
Before you put your home up for sale, understand how the right comparable sales help you and your agent find the perfect price.
In this video, I offer some guidance on the burning question you may be asking yourself: Should I sell and buy a home in this Denver Real Estate Market?