Tag Archives: Denver Real Estate

Start Early and Live Happily Ever-after

Denver real estate for your future children’s or grand children’s college tuition? How about to fund your retirement? Say what? As storybooks go, the character is introduced, they meet their love interest, a villain thwarts their intentions, true love overcomes, … Continue reading

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“30 Year Mortgage Rates Bust Thru 5%…”

Here is an option for a seller in Denver that does not see his home selling because of… The following from Lonnie Glessner, Nova Home Loans, Highlands Ranch office: This was the headline in a first page story in the … Continue reading

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Consumer Protection from Irresponsible Mortgage Practices

While this act created a lot of upheaval in my business, there were some benefits. Sadly some of the restrictive requirements are still in place, but for the most part, folks in Denver who should be able to get a … Continue reading

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Act Decisively in Denver

Unfortunately, I see it all the time…folks think they can wait until summer in Denver to get the best price yet those best prices are gained for properties on the market in March and April. If you are thinking about … Continue reading

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Rising Rates in Denver Affect the Cost Too

Without a doubt, when rates rise you can buy less home in Denver…especially with our continually expanding price point. Can I ever afford a new home? Read on… Mortgage rates have risen 0.5% in 2018 on 30-year and 15-year fixed … Continue reading

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Highlands Ranch…Please, Before You Leave Town…

You probably do not know this about me but for close to 10 years I was the area coordinator for the Neighborhood Watch Program in all of Highlands Ranch. As a matter of fact we actually assisted in solving a … Continue reading

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Denver…Owning Makes More Sense

Denver has experienced yet another 12 month cycle where median prices have increased between 7 & 9% over the previous year. Some folks in Denver will tout their analysis yet most others could be missing as much as 17% of … Continue reading

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A Word Denver Homeowners Need to Understand

What is your mortgage balance? Well, that is one answer, but the new tax law has a very specific reference for the term Acquisition Debt as it relates to Denver home owners, and others around the country. So read on … Continue reading

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Denver and Unexpected Expenses

Yesterday I had one of those…our AC went out over the weekend. Saturday was not bad. Sunday was a tad warm. Yesterday in Denver, it was nearly miserable, with what we consider HIGH HUMIDITY too. So wishing I had something … Continue reading

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Don’t Let a Killer In – Colorado

Colorado enacted a law many years ago that requires a carbon monoxide detector within 15 feet of every “sleeping area” before the home is sold. Denver is pretty good about this as they only cost $40-50 and are easy to … Continue reading

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