If you don’t have a CLUE, don’t be embarrassed! Most Americans are CLUE-less and have never heard of the CLUE database, but if you are a home buyer or home seller, it’s probably a good idea to get a CLUE!
The real estate industry has its own lingo, fee structure and contracts packed with lengthy clauses, confusing concepts, and plenty of legalese.
First-time rural property buyers are often unaware of the complexities that determine a property’s value. Unlike city properties, there is an abundance of variables to be considered, and “comps” are difficult to find.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has designated January as National Radon Action Month.
To ensure Colorado’s industry tools are more effective for consumers along the Front Range, Information and Real Estate Services (IRES) and REcolorado recently launched a data-sharing partnership that integrates listing data into each organization’s system.
When it comes to properly presenting your home for sale, next to pricing, solid photography tops the list.
Even when you’re selling in a strong market like Boulder, staging can help you sell the property quickly and for the price you desire.
Before you list your home for sale, make sure you put thought and strategy into your asking price, to help your property listing stand out.
If you’re selling your home, you know it should be clean and clutter-free, along with photogenic.Home staging can help accomplish this.
It’s a great time to sell your home, but for the best results, take a few steps to make sure your home is attractive and will fetch the best price.
Serving Loveland and Northern Colorado communities, John Feeney has been successfully helping clients buy and sell homes for seven years.
This summer, we’re spending more time than ever at home. That reality and the good weather make this the perfect time to assess your home’s curb appeal and take steps to “kick it up a notch.”
Interested in the possibility of selling your Colorado vacation home this summer? Here’s insight into why this may be a beneficial choice.
It’s quite an undertaking, buying a home. There are moving parts everywhere. Add a pandemic to the mix? It seems ill-advised to buy…at least, it does to the untrained eye.
In light of recent events, Realtors® are affirming their support for equal opportunity and are at the forefront of ensuring that people are not discriminated against with regard to housing.
HOA: they’re three simple letters that can conjure up a range of emotions. As the acronym for Homeowner Association, just the mention of “HOA” can be met with a sense of belonging – or an air of contempt.
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
Spring is here – the most popular time to list a home for sale. If you are ready to sell and want to help the process go smoothly, consider a pre-listing home inspection.
Ask any Boulder or Denver area resident who knows WK Real Estate to describe the firm in one word. They might suggest words like established, traditional, rooted, stable, trusted…
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.
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.
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.