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Before You Leave Town…

Before You Leave Town… Along with all the planning of what you’re going to do and where you’re going to stay, consider this checklist to make you feel more comfortable while you’re away from home. Ask a trusted friend to pick up your mail, newspaper and keep yard picked up to avoid an appearance of […]

Owning Makes More Sense

When comparing the cost of owning a home to renting, there is more than the difference in house payment against the rent currently being paid. It very well could be lower than the rent but when you consider the other benefits, owning could be much lower than renting. Each mortgage payment has an amount that […]

Unexpected expenses

It’s common for Sellers to consider offering a home warranty or protection plan to make their home more marketable. A growing number of homeowners are now purchasing this type of protection for themselves to limit the unexpected expenses of repairs and replacements. A home protection plan is a renewable service contract that covers the repair […]

Don’t Let a Killer in

Don’t Let a Killer In Carbon monoxide is a silent killer you don’t want in your home but because it is colorless and odorless; you may not even be aware the deadly condition exists. The Center for Disease Control says more than 400 people in the U.S. die annually from carbon monoxide poisoning and over […]

Is your neighbor and eyesore?

A home that isn’t being maintained like others in the neighborhood can negatively affect your visual sense of appeal and in some extreme cases, even affect property values. It might be an overgrown yard, a fence in need of repair, excessive noise, unruly pets, paint peeling on the home or even a car or boat […]

.Historical Perspective

In 1968, mortgage rates were 8.5%. The next year, rates went down to 7%. Homeowners could buy a 15-20% larger home for the same payments if they could find someone to assume their mortgage. FHA and VA mortgages were very popular in certain price ranges and they allowed anyone to assume the mortgage regardless of […]

More millennials moving to Denver, says report

Only two other U.S. cities are attracting more millennials moving into Denver, according to a new report.   http:/http://www.bizjournals.com/denver/morning_call/2016/04/more-millennials-moving-to-denver-says-report.html?ana=e_den_rdup&s=newsletter&ed=2016-04-06&u=l0iE36KwYIaL67dZzZI3E8%2FAQBr&t=1459957845&j=72106922

“The Denver metropolitan area has become a showcase of the sunnier side of the American economy”…

Next time a client is asking why Denver’s market is so great, or they are worried about a bubble, you can tell them: The New York Times just said “The Denver metropolitan area has become a showcase of the sunnier side of the American economy”http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/03/31/business/economy/100000004300634.mobile.html