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?
Colorado Realtor Phil Barru, of RE/MAX Professionals, dispels common myths about getting one’s home ready to sell and examines essential pre-listing improvements.
RE/MAX of Boulder is proud to be a presenting sponsor of two summer concert series: Bands on the Bricks in Downtown Boulder and the Louisville Street Faire.
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.
WK Real Estate is pleased to announce the addition of Broker Cynthia Hogarth Melek to its Boulder office.
You’ve heard of seller’s remorse, but seller’s tears? More than a third of people who’ve sold their homes say they have shed tears over the experience.
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.
Ever wonder why your street name ends with just a boring ol’ “Street”, while your friend is living out their Game of Thrones fantasy on a more regal sounding “Court”?
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.
So you’ve just purchased a new home. Naturally the experience is filled with lots of excitement and anticipation. From renovation and remodeling ideas to design, a number of projects and considerations likely come to mind.
Denver Realtor John Stegner, of New Era Group at Your Castle Real Estate, lists the top three questions to ask before buying a condo.
Mortgage rates are falling, meaning that millions of homeowners can refinance their mortgages and save money.
The Colorado Real Property Transfer Declaration helps county assessors collect essential information to ensure that property assessments are accurate.
Buying a home is tricky for anybody, especially if it’s your first one, but parents have a far more stressful time than those without kids, according to Zillow Research.
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.
Old is new again when it comes to mutigenerational households.
Given the demographic and economic forces at work, it’s no surprise that grandparents, parents, and adult children are living together.
In Colorado and its fellow Mountain Region states, homeowners recoup considerably more of their costs for some home improvements than others.