Searching through online news articles about the housing market across Denver, you'll find words like "ridiculous," "absurd," and even "impossible." It's hard to retain a shiny sense of searching-for-a-home optimism with that kind of talk coming at you from every direction, but the reality is, even in a challenging market, people still need to sell … Continue reading Navigating the Denver Housing Maze
According to the Denver Business Journal, last month Denver was the fastest selling housing market in the nation, with nearly half of homes on the market going under contract in just 6 days, down from an average of 11 days from Listing to Under Contract at the same time last year. If you are listing … Continue reading Denver On Speed
According to a recent Denver Business Journal article, a report by New York-based financial services firm SmartAsset ranks Denver 9th in the nation among the healthiest urban housing markets. Factors analyzed for the study include stability, risk, fluidity (ease of sale), and affordability. This is awesome news for local homeowners and those considering investing in the Denver … Continue reading A Denver Real Estate Health Check
Millennials Wonder...Will I Ever be Able to Afford a House? The FED's recent rate hike, tight housing market and other factors leave many Millennials wondering - will I ever be able to afford a home of my own? This rising generation is waiting longer than ever to marry and have children, and having fewer children … Continue reading Millennials Wonder…
No matter the state of the housing market where you live, there are things you can do (or NOT do) as a seller to positively impact the sale of your home.
Unemployment rates are a quirky thing... Too high a rate of unemployment and the economy suffers as those without jobs are unable to make purchases; when unemployment rates are high, the real estate market and many other markets can slump, affecting the entire economy and even those blessed with stable, adequate or better … Continue reading Help Wanted: Denver Construction Workers
If you're like a lot of people, you learn by doing. When it comes to buying a home for the first time, a lot of learning takes place in the form of mistakes. Purchasing a home is a major investment, and first time buyers are more educated than ever thanks to the internet and other … Continue reading If You Had a Do-Over…