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Temporary Buy Down to buy a Denver Home

Use a Buydown to Buy a Denver Home There is an infrequently-used mortgage program available that could be the solution to a buyer’s or seller’s problem when buying a Denver Home. A temporary buydown is fixed rate mortgage that the … Continue reading

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How Earnest Are You about buying a Denver home.

One of the tricks to winning in a competetive Seller’s Market, like we have in Denver, is to provide a healthy earnest money deposit, sometimes “non-refundable” or “hard”. That will tell the Seller you have skin in the game and … Continue reading

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Components of a Credit Score for a Denver Home Buyer

Denver Home Buyer & Credit Scores When you are buying a Denver home your credit scores are used by lenders to measure the credit worthiness of you the borrowers. While there are several different companies that offer scores, the FICO, … Continue reading

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More Money in Your Paycheck for Denver Home Buyers

A Denver homeowner’s tax savings benefit is generally realized when they file their federal income tax return after the money has been spent for the interest and property taxes. Some people look forward to the refund as a means of … Continue reading

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Leverage; Denver Home Buyer Gets the Maximum Advantage

Leverage increases your equity when buying a Denver Home Continue reading

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Denver Freezes Are COMING!

Get your furnace filter changed and have the furnace cleaned & serviced. If they say you need a new furnace, get a 2nd opinion (for Denver referrals call me). Continue reading

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Should your next Denver Realtor be your BFF?

imagine buying a home in Highlands Ranch or Denver with a friend or relative who blew it, and then listening to them tell everyone at the picnic or other gathering what a great job they did for you! It could change your circle of friends! Continue reading

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Is this the person to represent you selling your Denver Home

When you want to sell your Denver Home, get an experienced professional, not your best friend! Unless you want your house cleaned…out! Continue reading

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Strategy & Experience help in Denver real estate market

homes in certain price ranges are “flying off the shelf” notably between 150k and 400k. The cool part of this is that the sellers set the terms for price as well as possession because there are so many buyers wanting the same property so the seller can negotiate with the best buyer. We can talk with no obligation about your Denver or suburban home in Highlands Ranch or Littleton Continue reading

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Denver – Too expensive to Sell???

If I wait to sell my $200,000 Denver house it will be worth more next year! True, but compare that 10% of $200,000 is $20,000 where 10% of $300,000 is $30,000, so by waiting you lose $10,000 of buying power.
So waiting to replace a home in Denver (you “know” you need to) will cost you an additional $6000 down payment, $24,000 in loan amount and $190 per month (all approximate—I am not a loan originator)! Continue reading

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