No Ring? Ain’t No Thing!

US Census Bureau data suggests Americans are no longer waiting for marriage to invest in Real Estate.  In 2019, single Americans owned 38.4% of US housing stock, representing the largest share of single homeowners in 118 years. Numerous factors may have caused the increase including Millennials delaying marriage, viewing a home as an investment and … Continue reading No Ring? Ain’t No Thing!

Questionable Credit and You Want to Buy a House? Boost Your Score by 60 Points in 6 Months!

If you're planning a home purchase in the next 12-18 months, but you're worried about your credit, then RIGHT NOW is the time to work toward a better score. WHY? The interest rate, and even the loan programs available to you, depend on your credit score. Banks and other lending institutions will offer you more … Continue reading Questionable Credit and You Want to Buy a House? Boost Your Score by 60 Points in 6 Months!

A Slightly Cooler Market Means More Opportunity for Metro Denver Buyers

Back in April, there were 1,852 more homes on the market than the same time in 2018, according to the Denver Metro Association of Realtors. That’s a 36 percent increase in inventory year-over-year, and the most active listings at one time in the past five years. The trend continued in May, with a nearly 36% … Continue reading A Slightly Cooler Market Means More Opportunity for Metro Denver Buyers

6 Common Real Estate Contract Contingencies

Ah, the Contract to Buy and Sell! You hire a Realtor for, among other reasons, their understanding and experience with the significant paperwork that accompanies a Real Estate transaction, and contract contingencies in their various forms are an element your Realtor can help you understand, and navigate. A contingency contract in real estate is a … Continue reading 6 Common Real Estate Contract Contingencies