Home Buying Tips
We spoke with WK Real Estate’s new Executive Vice President Kari Newman about her recent relocation, perspective of the area and role with WK Real Estate.
In addition to financial investments, start thinking about where your ideal retirement home might be located, whether it’s here in Colorado, in another state, or even another country.
Downsizing is almost inevitable for most of us. Just like the home-preferences of single adults are different from those of families with young children, so are the home needs and wants of retirees.
While it’s helpful to have a vision, it’s often difficult to find a real-life floor plan that matches your dream-home expectations.
recent changes in Federal Housing Administration (FHA) make it easier for those with student loans to qualify for a mortgage.
When a market accelerates, interest-only mortgages become more commonplace. This is because home prices are accelerating faster than salaries, and the consumer looks for ways to afford a home.
Weld and Larimer Counties are home to more than 38,000 veterans, many of whom are homeowners and many of whom have not taken advantage of one of the best benefits of serving their country.
Nationwide, the best time to purchase a home will be the first full week of October, according to a recent Realtor.com® report.
It’s essential to know where the sun is relative to the home you are thinking about buying.
There are many times in life when it makes sense to rent the place you live in. However, over the years, owning real estate has proven to be the greatest wealth builder for most Americans.
Have you been thinking about buying a vacation home in ski country for you and your family to enjoy?
In this article we’ll talk about how to choose a real estate agent and the different types of agent relationships.
If you are willing to move from house to house frequently, there is a way to build your portfolio with smaller down payments.
Rising home prices have made homeownership prohibitive for many across the county, and first-time buyers are turning to an alternative path to homeownership. That path is purchasing a property with a friend.
A home appraisal is assumed as a compulsory step for any real estate transaction. However, some home loans may not require an appraisal and prospective home buyers and sellers are able to skip this step entirely.
The number of Americans living in a household with three or more generations increased nearly threefold over the past decade, according to a recently released study from Generations United, Family Matters: Multigenerational Living is on the Rise and Here to Stay.
Special tax districts and metro districts have been in the news again. As new subdivisions pop up along Colorado’s Front Range, it is prudent for today’s new home buyer to do some research.
Owning a home is still a key facet of the American Dream. Owning a home, built specifically for you, with the opportunity to choose colors, floorplan, appliances, and every detail, is quite special!
There are certainly few things in life we’re too old to do. However, when it comes to buying a home, you’re never too old.
For buyers frustrated by the lack of inventory and rocketing prices, older homes can be a good compromise.
“Appraisal gap” is the current buzzy catchphrase in today’s hot housing market.
With home prices at an all-time high and bidding wars more common, it begs the question: are buyers happy even if they spent well over asking price?
Selling or buying a home with a solar panel system lease or loan could introduce a few challenges for a real estate transaction.
Frequently, first-time homebuyers will turn to relatives to help with a down payment or to cosign on the loan. However, all the parties involved need to be very aware of the pitfalls before agreeing to this arrangement.
Homebuyers are drawn to certain features more than others. All generations prefer two kitchen amenities more than any other.
Purchasing a college home is a significant decision. Consulting the appropriate professionals can help create a plan for a housing situation that could provide many short- and long-term benefits for your student and your family.
In a trend that seems to defy the odds, the housing market surges on. It’s a national phenomenon and alive and strong in Boulder County.
Because the rental housing market tends to be tight in most college towns, many families consider purchasing a home for their college student to live in while attending school.
Regardless of when you move, preparation can go a long way to ease the children’s pre-move anxiety and help smooth the transition. These tips from
Realtor.com will help calm the feelings of chaos.
Nearly three-quarters of pandemic homebuyers are happy with their purchase, according to Realtor.com survey
Despite the frenzied nature of today’s housing market, prompting conversations about buyer’s remorse, more than two-thirds of pandemic homebuyers have found happiness in their new home, according to a new Realtor.com® survey released on May 26.