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
Given the surreal state of our world, I cannot be more grateful that spring is here. Spring has not heard of the worldwide pandemic, sheltering in place or social distancing, and is insisting on showing up anywhere and everywhere in bunches of riotous bursts.
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.
Eating at home more lately? You are not alone. Consumer food demand has pivoted abruptly over the past two months during the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Credit and homeownership can often be saved if the homeowner takes quick action. At the first sign of not being able to make the monthly mortgage payment, the homeowner should promptly contact a real estate attorney, a Realtor®, and their mortgage lender to review these options
Understanding all of the options available to you will help you make your decision relative to taking a forbearance. Using forbearance for mortgage relief is serious business and can be a difficult decision.
One of the “charming” factors of my old house is that Western conifer seed bugs show up inside – just three at a time – when we have a temperature dip like during a cold spring rain or snow storm. In terms of bugs, I like them. I think they’re kind of cute, and find it interesting how they crawl very slowly and deliberately with their long legs and tweaky antennae.
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.
Everything seems to be getting cleaned these days. Beyond disinfecting all your high-touch surfaces, consider tackling some of the tasks you avoid doing.
Since 1986, Colorado Horse Rescue has been saving at-risk horses that otherwise would be sent to unsafe situations or slaughter facilities. These much-needed services are at risk due to COVID-19.
In the wake of the state’s ‘Shelter at Home’ order, many of us have a new perspective on how our home can support our lives. Here are the top take-aways…
Economic leaders are taking stock of the Colorado economy and finding some hope among the negative impacts of COVID-19 and the resulting stay-at-home order.
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.
Well, this is a first: I’m straightening up my house for a tele-gathering with girlfriends. People will not actually be stepping foot in my home, and yet I am tidying up on the off chance that if I walk around with my laptop, they will see our messy house.
“Make yourself at home.” At no time in modern history has the importance of the place we call home been more pronounced than it is today.
With the rise of IoT (Internet of Things) devices throughout your home, cyber attacks can put your network and devices throughout your house at risk.
Although the situation is in flux and will likely evolve, here’s what we currently know about how coronavirus responses are affecting mortgage rates.
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.
Now that we’re shuttered in our homes due to what feels like the end of the world as we know it, we all have new challenges. One is to avoid the strong gravitational pull of the refrigerator and snack cupboard.
In the face of coronavirus, cleaning and disinfecting your home is top of mind. But, there’s clean, and then there’s COVID-19 clean.