Boulder County real estate sales overcame March’s bomb cyclone, kicking off spring home buying with a significant increase in month-over-month sales.
When buying a home, one of your first steps will likely be securing a loan. While there are many types of mortgage loans, conventional loans are one of the most common options that first-time homebuyers should consider.
Every May, Boulder County’s legacy is honored during Archaeology and Historic Preservation Month
it was with much excitement that RE/MAX Elevate planted its flag at 724 Main Street and had its grand opening on May 1
Renovations can make us happier in the places we call home, but some of the most dramatic updates can add real value when it’s time to sell.
While a steady stream of income is a must for purchasing a home, lenders will not accept funds that haven’t been deposited into a bank. Here, we share why this is the case, and offer solutions for those in the marijuana industry.
Q: I just lost the sale of my house because our buyer learned we changed out a broken toilet without getting a permit from the city. I did not even know this was required. Is there anything I can do? – Barbara
If you don’t have a CLUE, don’t be embarrassed! Most Americans don’t have a CLUE 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!
We Heart Louisville. That’s a sentiment that will be displayed on celebratory T-shirts and stickers for the grand opening of RE/MAX Elevate. The new real estate office opens May 1 in the heart of downtown Louisville at 724 Main Street.
In some markets, it is common for the home buyer and seller to negotiate possession three days after closing. This method of possession eliminates the seller’s risk in the event the home buyer fails to come to closing and the seller needs to move back into the home.
If you’re selling your house, the place has to look its best so buyers can see its potential and imagine themselves living there. That’s what home-staging is about.
If you or a loved one are approaching retirement, you may be wondering about whether it’s best to pay off your mortgage in full or continue to carry the debt.
Siân Murphy, broker associate with WK Real Estate in Boulder, shines brighter this week as she joins Realtor® Magazine’s 2019 Class of 30 Under 30.
ERA Tradewind welcomes Sandy Taylor to its team of professionals. Taylor has been a Realtor in Longmont for over 40 years and has listed/sold properties across the state.
Nestled just below the crest of Sugarloaf Mountain sits a home that will rock your soul. From the moment you enter, you feel serenity. Maybe it’s the unmatched southeastern Flatirons view that dips gracefully down the canyon and into Boulder Valley. Or it could be the home’s open lines and passive energy use that whisper “relax.”
Many baby boomers never bought a home in their younger years and some baby boomers lost their home in the 2007 to 2012 recession. Baby boomers were born between 1944 and 1964, making them between 55 and 75 years old this year. Those baby boomers are now in their retirement years and are asking, “Am I too old to buy a home?”
Brutalism, also known as Brutalist architecture, emerged in the ‘50s as an offshoot of the early 20th century modernist movement. The concept behind the Brutalist style was to make buildings visually complex through minimal design and repetition, featuring vertical components, over-scaled proportions, unfinished surfaces, and small windows.
This May Day, one thing every property owner in Boulder County can depend on is receiving is a newly assessed property value. Since 2019 is an odd numbered year, state statute requires that every property in Boulder County be evaluated for “assessed value”. Notices of assessed value will go out countywide on May 1, 2019.
Did you know there are three different opportunities in Colorado and Boulder County available for seniors to ease the burden of property tax payments on real estate?
Fresh from Playa del Carmen, Chip took part in an in-depth series of classes there for the Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS) certification, held by National Association of Realtors.
If you’re thinking about buying a home, here’s what you need to know about the newest technology trends in homebuying: