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Denver Relocation: Here are some tips for a warmer, safer winter season

Have your heating system checked by a licensed technician before cold weather requires daily use. You will find a great list of providers at www.DenverRelocation.com. Continue reading

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Denver Colorado weather equals Changing weather

the temperature can swing 30-40 degrees Fahrenheit up the way it can surely swing the other way to, so I would ask you to make sure all of your outdoor hoses are drained of water, drain your sprinkler systems 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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Pete Doty – REALTOR® | Pete Doty & Company, Inc. Metro Brokers, Littleton, CO

Littleton Realtor Pete Doty Pete Doty has been a full time Realtor in Denver since 1985 and he now offices in Littleton. His business is primarily located in the south metro Denver suburbs and yet his land experience allows him … 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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Denver Real Estate Inventory Shrinks

The plain fact is that an agent who represents you and has heard the other side of the transaction (other sellers or buyers) respond to similar offers can help you make decisions that might help you win the bidding war. Continue reading

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No Change in Denver Real Estate

The Nightline story last weekend was pretty accurate about the folks trying to buy a home in Highlands Ranch, except, with a plan, and a responsive system in place, even those folks will be successful. What is needed is an approach that has been proven through the years (the 1993 uptick, the 2006 uptick) to work, and a Realtor who knows Denver and how to quickly respond to you. It needs the kind of commitment that a full time occupation requires to get you to the house, get an offer written and get you under contract. And it could well require extra mileage to get the job done in this crazy Denver Real Estate market. Continue reading

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This matters Denver Real Estate

Denver Realtor should know how to appease the appraiser’s fears. Continue reading

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Spring snow & your Trees in Highlands Ranch

You can use a broom or snow shovel and hit the branches from the undersides, not from the top as you could break the branches. Continue reading

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How is the Denver real estate market?

The real estate contract for sale in Denver typically occurs a month before closing, so seeing a spike in closings in June or July means the contract was received in May and that house would have to go on the market starting in March or April at the latest. It seems the homes that get the highest price every year are on the market in March and close 30 to 45 days later in May or June. Continue reading

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