Whether you're buying a home for the first time or planning to upsize, downsize or relocate, thoughtful planning in terms of how much you should spend on your home makes sense. Beyond the size of mortgage you qualify for, thinking through additional expenses and your desired lifestyle before you begin the house hunt, will save … Continue reading How Much House Can You Afford?
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
After Monday's hailstorm did extensive damage across Metro Denver, damaging shops and homes, and causing car accidents, many people are making calls to their insurance providers. If a disaster happened to your home, do you know, for sure, that you're adequately covered? Here's a rundown of Property Insurance Basics you need to know: You don't have … Continue reading Property Insurance Check-Up
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…
Denver is in a snooze-you-lose real estate situation, with homes selling sometimes in hours instead of days and weeks. A fast paced market like this requires an experienced Realtor up to the task of helping you move at lightning speed to snag the right home for you. When seeking the right agent for your home … Continue reading Choosing the Best Agent in a Fast Paced Marketplace
When shopping for your next home, it's important to know what really matters to you and to look beyond the surface of a listing. As a seller, your home will appeal to more buyers and likely net a higher price now (or for a down-the-road listing under different market conditions) if you know how to best highlight … Continue reading The 5 Year Plan
There is an old adage you've probably heard: Great fences make for great neighbors. Until you run into a less-than-pleasant situation with one of your own neighbor's, you may not really know what that means. You can scrapbook and Pinterest and cruise around town for months searching for your dream home - even have a … Continue reading Loving thy Neighbor