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.
No matter if you’re hiking, biking, trail running or you prefer a certain level of difficulty, there’s a trail for every preference in Boulder County.
Despite their great long-term returns – they’ve averaged about 10 percent annually for decades – stocks are no longer Americans’ favorite long-term investment. What is? According to a nationwide Bankrate survey, it’s real estate.
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.
Many large companies offer employees additional compensation in the form of restricted stock. When applying for a mortgage loan, some lenders will consider the would-be borrower’s restricted stock as part of their income and some will not. Let’s take a closer look at restricted stock income and how it can help the procurement of a home loan.
“Instant offer” or iBuyer programs – that are grabbing so much attention in the media – are based on the concept of a company buying a home directly from a home seller with a cash offer often without having to clean or stage your home.
Your Berry Own Home: Advocating fiercely for clients and making home ownership attainable for Community MVPs
For nearly a decade, Heather Berry of Your Berry Own Home, powered by LoKation Real Estate, has been helping teachers, nurses, firefighters, police officers, veterans and other community standouts move into their “Berry Own Home,” as she likes to say.
Nearly three in 10 (28 percent) U.S. adults have no emergency savings, according to Bankrate’s latest Financial Security Index. One in four have a rainy day fund, but not enough money to cover three months’ worth of living expenses.
Colorado ranked a respectable fifth in WalletHub’s analysis on states with the most fun, but locals would say endless recreational opportunities make Colorado tops year-round.
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.
All of these different programs show that there is consumer demand for convenience. Nevertheless, convenience always has an expense.
If you’re an owner or employee in the cannabis business, you don’t have to give up on your dream of homeownership.
There are lots of reasons people want second homes. Wherever your motivation is, here’s advice to consider before purchasing one.
Our next-door neighbor wants to put up a fence between our properties and insists that I have to pay half. I am fine with a fence if he wants one, but I am not going to fence the rest of my property and do not think I should have to pay for even part of it. What are my rights?
RE/MAX of Boulder warmly welcomes Dustin Sagrillo and The Sagrillo Group to its team of Realtors.
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.