Thinking about buying a ski country vacation home for you and your family to enjoy? There are quite a few things to consider in order to make the vacation home buying experience a happy one.
If you are thinking of purchasing a second home in ski country, now is the perfect time to get started, before the snow starts falling.
Whether you’re buying your first home or looking to purchase an investment property, here’s everything you need to know about what to look for in a neighborhood.
It is never easy to be a first-time homebuyer, but now is the time to pay attention and get rolling to purchase a home. Interest rates are low and financing programs are available with lower than 20 percent down payment required.
It is not fun to think about radon – it’s a serious health problem that could lead to some costly fixes for your home. But you still need to be aware of it, because ignoring radon is much worse than addressing it.
Broker Associate Beth Baker Owens of Your Castle Real Estate in Denver, lists the two questions most people fail to ask when interviewing a Realtor.
If you’re looking for an established Front Range real estate brokerage that’s committed to putting your needs first, check out Equity Colorado. Established in 2009, their Northern Colorado office, in Longmont, has been serving the community since 2010.
The Realtors Property Resource, known in the industry as (RPR), is exclusively available for Realtors only. RPR is a parcel-centric data platform, meaning it has information connected to almost every parcel of real estate in the United States.
Realtor Allie Kirby, of New Era Group, Your Castle Real Estate in Denver lists the top three tips for both buying and selling a home in a hot housing market.
There are a lot of moving parts that go into buying a house, so you’ll want to ensure you have all the details down. Using a Realtor can save you time and possible headaches down the road.
Knowing some ‘rules of thumb’ can help keep the home buying wheels turning. And in today’s Boulder County market, an experienced Realtor brings valuable expertise to your decision making. Once you decide you are ready to buy, or seriously consider buying, you should find a Realtor in your area.
Over my career, many people have asked me about the pricing hierarchy in our real estate market. By pricing hierarchy, I mean comparing the average and median prices of homes in our various market areas.
It’s no secret: when searching for a new home, potential buyers want certain boxes checked, like number of bedrooms, school district and square footage. But a box that’s recently been added to the homebuyers’ checklist is a roasted and aromatic one: proximity to a coffee shop.
There are lots of reasons people want second homes. Wherever your motivation is, here’s advice to consider before purchasing one.
The typical home buyer or home seller often asks, “What’s the difference between a licensed agent and a Realtor?” That’s a good question. So, what is the difference?
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.
May sales are up in Boulder-area markets, but unlike the usual seller-driven market, buyers are beginning to gain advantage.
Finding the right home involves research, so you’ll need to ask the right questions. Here are 15 questions to ask when buying a house.
63 percent of millennial home buyers have regrets, mainly because they underestimated the hidden costs associated with buying and owning a home.
Due to the passage of Colorado House Bill 19-1098 known as “the deeds bill,” changes have been made to the Colorado Division of Real Estate’s standard form, Contract to Buy and Sell Real Estate (Residential). In addition to the changes to this contract, House Bill 19-1098 also necessitated changes to the Closing Instructions form used in Colorado real estate transactions.
You are absolutely correct that there are a fair number of buyers (first-time in particular) who underestimate the true costs of homeownership. It’s so much more than simply making that monthly mortgage payment, even if the taxes are included through a real estate property tax escrow.
Denver Realtor John Stegner, of New Era Group at Your Castle Real Estate, lists the top three questions to ask before buying a condo.
The Colorado Real Property Transfer Declaration helps county assessors collect essential information to ensure that property assessments are accurate.
Although most all home buyers prefer purchasing updated, well-maintained homes, what people prioritize in a rural property is vastly different than what they do in city ones.