Don’t you wish you had a crystal ball with perfect 20/20 vision of the future of real estate? Colorado is an extraordinarily good place to buy real estate, but specifically, Boulder County is a prime location for purchasing property. Over the last 40 years I have been a Realtor® here, we have had solid real […]
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Summer has gone by fast! In Summit County, our ski country playground, there is already a hit of yellow in the aspen trees. If you are thinking of purchasing a second home in ski country, now is the perfect time to get started, before the snow starts falling. Over the years, I have found that […]
When interest rates drop, you might wonder whether or not it makes any sense to refinance. Interest rates for a 30-year mortgage loan are currently below four percent, continuing the opportunity to refinance at a historically low rate. When interest rates drop, you might wonder whether or not it makes any sense to refinance. Unfortunately, […]
Realtors are trained to negotiate and many Realtors have taken additional classes to obtain the Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE) designation in order to serve their clients even better. (Photo: Unsplash). What’s with the word REALTOR® in caps? Is it shouting the word? No, not at all. The word REALTOR in all caps, along with […]
Every August, in college towns across America, college students start to return for the fall semester. This always creates a frenzy of real estate activity. The rental market is usually pretty tight in any college town. Because of that, many families consider purchasing a home for their college student to live in while attending school. […]
On March 6, 2019, the Colorado Association of Realtors® (CAR) announced that Governor Jared Polis signed House Bill-19-1098, known as the “Deeds to Convey Real Property Bill” into law. (Photo: Mari Helin, Unsplash). When I first started selling real estate in 1978, the contract to purchase a home a home was only one page long. […]