Once was enough on this one. Absolutely nobody is saying, “That was fun. Let’s do this again.” But what if? What if 2020 wasn’t completely rotten?
Home has always been “where the heart is,” but the pandemic has placed our homes even more front and center, and now it plays a broader role in our daily activities.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had an enormous impact on the US economy and in real estate in Colorado including Boulder County.
The global pandemic we’re living through has had an unprecedented impact on many facets of life. The real estate market is not immune to the changes.
Many people are asking themselves “What’s the sense of me not going out if I have somebody who’s going out to multiple houses coming to my house?” Home-repair companies were never ordered to put away their tools, however, business practices have shifted to meet the moment.
I have been asked many times, “Is now a good time to invest in real estate with the uncertainty of our current coronavirus environment?” There is always some risk in any sort of investment, anytime, anywhere.
The downward pressure on interest rates has produced an opportunity for homeowners to refinance at historically low rates.
On July 17th the State of Colorado government announced a $20 million fund, which will assist tenants and landlords with rent and mortgage payments during the coronavirus crisis.
As lifestyles are adapting to this new sense of normal, there’s a fresh set of factors both buyers and sellers are considering.
How we view homes for sale in Colorado has changed a great deal since COVID-19 started to impact our communities.
2020 will be a year we all remember for a variety of reasons, COVID-19 most of all, but for college students, this school year will start out like no other.
One in every five U.S. adults relocated this year, citing COVID-19 as the reason why. That totals millions of Americans uprooting to seek a safer community, housing they could afford, or even a college dorm that closed – all due to COVID-19.
This is by far the weirdest Fourth of July weekend in my life, and I’m guessing most folks’ as well.
Colorado is showing some early signs of economic recovery as Colorado business leaders expect sales and profits to improve in the third quarter of 2020.
Equity in real estate grows as a result of the loan being paid down and values increasing. But remember, equity itself does not have a rate of return. Combine the proper investments with mortgage acceleration techniques and the deductibility of mortgage interest, and you have a powerful wealth-building tool.
The last months of the pandemic have gone by in a mad blur. In case your brain has atrophied due to lack of external stimulation and human contact, let’s recap some of the fun new terms we’ve developed.
For those who are high-risk or live with someone who is and can be COVID-infected by a gusty wind near an unmasked runner, sheltering at home is still our top priority. Or so we thought. But there is one sneaky foe we didn’t count on: dorkiness.
Home owners who are experiencing financial hardship as a result of COVID-19 should be aware of mortgage payment options available.
The coronavirus pandemic has hit the global and national economy, but as stay-at-home orders have been gradually lifted, changes are taking place in the real estate market.
More than half of employed Americans have tasted the freedom of working from home due to the coronavirus pandemic, and they like it.
The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on the retirement accounts of many seniors. Senior homeowners may be able to seek relief through a reverse mortgage.
Denver and the surrounding metro area is on the short list of cities expected to have a strong recovery from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a report by Moody’s Analytics.
The economic effect of the coronavirus pandemic been global. Seniors who are homeowners have another alternative to access to cash for living expenses: the reverse mortgage.
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
Across the nation, senior housing facilities, from independent living to memory care, have been hit hard by the coronavirus. As a result, many families are choosing to bring their elderly loved ones into their home.