For those looking to refinish and refresh their kitchens and bathrooms, Brian and Lynne Weber of Miracle Method of Boulder offers a solution that is both time-efficient and available at a reasonable cost.
There are many times in life when it makes sense to rent the place you live in. However, over the years, owning real estate has proven to be the greatest wealth builder for most Americans.
Record-breaking rises in home prices mean the targets you set to save, say, 20 percent of your expected home purchase price may no longer cut it.
Have you been thinking about buying a vacation home in ski country for you and your family to enjoy?
In this article we’ll talk about how to choose a real estate agent and the different types of agent relationships.
From mid-century modern homes in Palm Springs to multimillion dollar mansions in Palm Beach, real estate marketing provides a glimpse into what different types of homes are like, maybe even the house next door.
If you are willing to move from house to house frequently, there is a way to build your portfolio with smaller down payments.
Today’s home buyers have high expectations of how a home “shows.” Home staging is now an expected part of the selling process.
Defying predictions that the iBuying concept wouldn’t work in an intense seller’s market, this new breed of homebuyers has ramped up property acquisitions to record levels.
Rising home prices have made homeownership prohibitive for many across the county, and first-time buyers are turning to an alternative path to homeownership. That path is purchasing a property with a friend.
A home appraisal is assumed as a compulsory step for any real estate transaction. However, some home loans may not require an appraisal and prospective home buyers and sellers are able to skip this step entirely.
The number of Americans living in a household with three or more generations increased nearly threefold over the past decade, according to a recently released study from Generations United, Family Matters: Multigenerational Living is on the Rise and Here to Stay.
Special tax districts and metro districts have been in the news again. As new subdivisions pop up along Colorado’s Front Range, it is prudent for today’s new home buyer to do some research.
The Temple-Bowron House, an exquisitely restored historic home on a large lot two blocks from Pearl Street in Boulder, presents an unrivaled opportunity to those who not only appreciate history but seek to abide in it.
Owning a home is still a key facet of the American Dream. Owning a home, built specifically for you, with the opportunity to choose colors, floorplan, appliances, and every detail, is quite special!
Everybody loves a majestic shade tree. It invites you to stay cool and adds dimension to your landscape. But it doesn’t stop there. Healthy, well-kept trees add to the value of your property, too.
To help buyers navigate this ever-changing housing landscape, premier boutique real estate agency LUX. Denver announced their new division, LUX. Front Range.
The Boulder County real estate market continues to sizzle with prices of single family homes (SFR) up an average of 34 percent compared to June 2020.
One strategy for benefiting from these conditions could be to refinance your mortgage and wrap any home equity debt you have — like a home equity loan or a home equity line of credit (HELOC) — into the new loan.
There are certainly few things in life we’re too old to do. However, when it comes to buying a home, you’re never too old.
The fires in recent weeks in Routt County and Western states bringing haze to the Front Range are a huge wake-up call to be prepared, especially for those who live in the mountains and foothills where wildfire is an ongoing hazard.
If there’s one group poised to sell their home, it’s the boomer generation – those aged 57 to 75 years old. And in today’s hot market and high prices, this group is cashing in.
For buyers frustrated by the lack of inventory and rocketing prices, older homes can be a good compromise.
“Appraisal gap” is the current buzzy catchphrase in today’s hot housing market.
With home prices at an all-time high and bidding wars more common, it begs the question: are buyers happy even if they spent well over asking price?