Google "buying a home" and you'll find thousands of articles on the topic. So -- how do you know what information to believe, and what information is just hype? Read on for 5 myths about Home Buying that might be holding you back. 1. You must have 20% of the home's price for a down … Continue reading 5 Home Buying UNtruths to Ditch Now
If you’re in the market to purchase a home, you may be wondering whether a condo, townhome, or single family home is your best bet. Factors like location and purchase price are at the top of your list, but when it comes to single family homes versus multifamily homes, what are the pros and cons … Continue reading Should You Buy a Townhome?
February is a great time to get a jump start on Spring cleaning by performing indoor home care on days it's too cold to venture out of doors. This checklist will help you keep up with basic home maintenance, and keep your home in tip-top shape. Clean your dryer vent. Check the exterior vent to … Continue reading February Home Maintenance Checklist
If you are buying or selling a home for the first time, you might be wondering who sets the price for the sale of your home, or how the listing price was chosen for a home you'd like to make an offer on. There are misconceptions out there about just who 'decides' what a home … Continue reading Home Comps and What to Do With Them
*Reach out here to discuss any Real Estate-related topic in depth. Ready or not! Tuesday, April 17th is Tax Day. Homeownership offers great benefits at tax time, and I've got tips and a couple of basics to help you understand the interplay between your home and your taxes. DISCLAIMER: I am not a tax … Continue reading Tax Benefits for Homeowners
In a high demand real estate market like Denver, Sellers have the advantage. When Buyer demand outpaces available inventory, the Seller is king, and they have the upper hand at the negotiating table. Don't abandon all hope, Buyers! In any market, there are things you can do to educate yourself so as to gain an … Continue reading Cosmetic Issues = Buyer Savings
Why the Worst House on the Block may be your Best Bet As you peruse online listings, check email from your Realtor or drive the streets of your favorite neighborhood, your eye is bound to be drawn to the visual gem of any neighborhood you are seeking; the creme de la creme, cream of the … Continue reading The Worst House on the Block