Due to the current pandemic, what seems of value right now is space. Suddenly the idea of living on more land, from a few acres to a few hundred, feels more safe and comfortable. Boulder county rural living offers this and so much more.
As a result of the ease in setting up such a surveillance system, issues relative to the real estate marketing process arise.
When purchasing a home an inspection is typically part of the process which is done after a contract is signed. There are however, some items home buyers can do prior to the inspection.
In light of recent events, Realtors® are affirming their support for equal opportunity and are at the forefront of ensuring that people are not discriminated against with regard to housing.
Older or historic homes provide some unique challenges for inspectors and prospective buyers.
More than half of employed Americans have tasted the freedom of working from home due to the coronavirus pandemic, and they like it.
Are you purchasing a recently built home or building your dream home? A home inspection is recommended in both scenarios.
In this time of social distancing, people are still shopping for houses in Boulder County. Yet even in the best of times, buying a home can feel daunting, especially if this is your first purchase.
If you’ve been searching, but can’t find the perfect house, perhaps the solution is to remodel one or to build your own dream home from scratch. The process usually starts by finding a licensed Architect to guide you.
HOA: they’re three simple letters that can conjure up a range of emotions. As the acronym for Homeowner Association, just the mention of “HOA” can be met with a sense of belonging – or an air of contempt.
If you’re planning to buy or sell a home in Boulder County, you may be curious about how the virus is affecting our real estate market
Ask any Boulder or Denver area resident who knows WK Real Estate to describe the firm in one word. They might suggest words like established, traditional, rooted, stable, trusted…
The coronavirus has wreaked havoc on our economy and the death toll is heartbreaking. But looking at the bright side of things, it’s good this crisis didn’t happen 40 years ago.
Many buyers have some false assumptions about how the process works. The following are some of the most common misconceptions regarding home inspectors and home inspections.
A 1031 Exchange is a tax-deferred real estate transaction that “swaps” one investment property with another investment property under very strict IRS rules for the timeline and deadlines that structure the transaction.
The American Society of Home Inspectors believes that home inspections may continue during the COVID-19 outbreak when prudent safety precautions are practiced, and when performing the inspection does not conflict with government orders and recommendations.
The National Association of Realtors® has issued best practices for real estate professionals to keep their clients safe throughout the entire process of buying or selling a home.
Just six months ago, we were living in an entirely different world. With the spread of COVID-19, those indicators will be quite different for March.
Interested in discovering what these changes may mean for you if you’re planning to buy a home? Here’s what you need to know about the Fed’s recent action.
As COVID-19 transforms daily routines, people are concerned an economic slowdown, which may affect the housing market, is on the horizon.
Selling or buying a home with a solar power system lease or loan could pose a few challenges for a home sale or purchase.
The odds that mortgage interest rates might go down because of the coronavirus crisis are pretty high. Yet rates are already at an historic low, so how low can they go?
Home buyers frequently ask about the pricing hierarchy of homes in Boulder County, primarily to determine where they can find an affordable place to move.