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OK Denver…What Would You Give?

It was not in Denver, but I got to watch Yogi Berra, Mickey Mantle and Roger Marris play in Yankee Stadium in the 1960’s with my dad. He let me eat everything I wanted and when Marris hit his 60th … Continue reading

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Denver Loans from Relatives for real estate

Even if the borrower makes the payments, they are not entitled to an interest deduction unless three criteria are met: Continue reading

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Denver Boomers Are Staying In-Place

There is one new trend I am seeing and that is folks chasing the grandchildren. What I mean is grand parents want to be near the children and so they move to where they live. Continue reading

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Attracting Buyers to a Denver Home

over 16% of the listings in the MLS have expired and could take advantage of this. Yet experience tells me that even offering a carpet allowance will cost the Seller 3 times the actual costs because of the buyer’s inate ability to “HORIBLIZE” any repair situation. Continue reading

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Rent or Buy – You Pay for the Denver House You Occupy

So often I find folks throughout Denver who are simply afraid of a long term commitment like buying a home. They feel they cannot afford it, that their credit is bad, or that homes are too expensive. At least in … Continue reading

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Facts or Myths – Denver Home Buyers

I cannot express how often I hear this from prospective Denver Home Buyers! Banks and mortgage companies here are very receptive to providing financing for qualified individuals who can verify employment, assets and have good credit. Some even offer FREE … Continue reading

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“This is going to be the year”

Every year, it seems like the same things are on the list but this could be the year you really do invest in a rental home. Continue reading

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Denver Relocation: then and now

Relocation to Denver…how do I get there? Relocating to Denver in the 1950’s there was one main way to get here…the train. Back then the interstate highway system was still in Eisenhower’s dreams. Cross country car travel was much harder on 2 … Continue reading

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In Denver…It’s the Principal of the Thing

If a person were to make an additional $100 payment each month applied to principal on a $175,000 mortgage, it would shorten the loan by five years six months. Continue reading

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Denver & US Mortgage Rate History

Folks in Denver all seem to be concerned about rates on mortgages going up. The why of that is pretty simple…a 1/4% increase on a 385,000 loan means $56 per month more in payment. That is only a few coffees … Continue reading

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