You love your spouse and although you may not love their preferences, they still may have a point. Before even starting to look at properties, it may be a good idea for you both to sit down together and list out what you’d like in a home.
More often than not, every time a buyer client loses out on a home, we find another home that they love and everything works out. To be sure, it is very disheartening in the moment. Below are a few keys things I recommend to home buyers who have recently lost out on a home they love:
One recent newsworthy luxury purchase is the transaction made by newest Denver Bronco Russell Wilson. Only weeks after relocating, Wilson and his family purchased a 20,000 square foot mansion in the Denver suburb of Cherry Hills Village.
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.
When I work with a client, either new or existing, I like to make sure I know their goals, lifestyle and budget so we can prevent buyer’s remorse.
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.
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.
There are many things to consider when buying a home on or near a golf course. The important thing is finding the right home for you in a location that works for your lifestyle.
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
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 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.
We recently experienced a prospective buyer who was unable, or unwilling to go higher in purchase price with their offer on our seller’s home. Instead, the buyer included their coveted, Broncos season tickets as part of the proposed purchase contract. Whether you are a Broncos fan or not, this is indicative of what buyers in the greater Denver real estate …
A look at Colorado Real Estate now that we are into 2021. What is happening, why, and things to consider.
In this market update I bring you an overview for what happened in the Denver Metro Real Estate Market for 2020.
I will also go over some projections for 2021 based on our teams research and analysis.
It’s election season and an incredibly contentious time in the United States. We are cautious to arrive at any conclusions about the direction of the Denver real estate market with the number of social variables at play. Are buyers and sellers waiting for things to calm down following the presidential election? What policies will be implemented about public health and …
New homes for sale was 14% higher last week than the last 3-year average with 1,447 homes hitting the market. Eventually, this increased seller activity may lead to rising inventory levels and a slowing of home value appreciation in the Denver metro market. But not yet. Last week saw 44.6% more homes go under contract than the last 3-year average, …
These numbers are staggering: 68.5% of all homes sold in the last two weeks sold at or above the FINAL asking price. 59.5% sold at or above the original asking price. And yet, looking at the remaining 31-40% of the Denver market transactions helps us understand the mindset of sellers, the competence of agents, the importance of property preparation and …
For nearly a decade, the Denver metro real estate market has been a wild ride of record-setting activity. This year with COVID-19, this is even more true. We are here to help you prepare for what’s ahead. Since March, home is probably something you have spent a lot of time in and thinking about. Maybe your dreaming of more space. …
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