Get Your Home Ready For Summer

Get Your Home Ready For Summer With summer just around the corner, now is a great time to get your home in top shape for the months ahead. Whatever your weather, caring for your home now will help to ensure a worry-free, comfortable summer. Follow a few of these tips each week and enjoy the

March Madness Hits Housing Market

March housing data had its share of ups and downs. Inclement weather in the Midwest and Northeast sent a chill in residential new home construction after the unseasonably warm weather in February. The Commerce Department reported that Housing Starts in March fell nearly 7 percent from February to an annual rate of 1.215 million annualized

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The Denver market continues to be a low supply high demand arena.  Make sure you are prepared before venturing out into this fast paced housing race. Things to help with your offer: 1)  Find a top ranked agent!  You need someone that can not only negotiate but has the ability to follow up with those

Weekly Reports & Updated News

Transaction reports for luxury properties over $1,000,000. Click on the links below: Residential Transaction Report            Commercial Transaction Report PDF format     |     Excel Format               PDF format     |     Excel Format This is a list of Notice of Election and Demand filed on residential and commercial properties in the last week and are in the initial stages of foreclosure. Residential      

Local Denver Real Estate Investor

Tyranny of the Urgent People today are busier than ever. Many times, we can’t get to the things we really need to be doing simply because other things demand our attention right now.  This is called “the tyranny of the urgent.” It’s the little things that bog us down and distract from the important things.

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Spring is here, more new listings are coming on to the market, now is the time of the prime home selling/buying season, and the market is off and running. By the numbers, the inventory of available homes for sale is 4,428 homes at March month end, 6,291 homes came onto the market, 4,860 homes went

April Housing Report

As we spring into peak home-buying season home sale prices continue to rise. The inventory of homes available to buy dropped below 3 months for the first time in the history of the report, indicating a market that greatly favors sellers, as six months is considered a balanced market. Buyers, this doesn’t mean you can’t
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The Markets in a Minute

Please enjoy this quick update on what happened this week in the housing and financial markets. Political concerns in France had recently driven global investors to seek safety in bonds, helping rates. Fears have eased though, which is slightly worse for rates. Trump released his proposed tax cuts this week but was short on details.
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Spring Into Action

Spring is finally here! It’s time to dust off those winter woes and let the warmer weather cheer up your home and your family! Grab some greenery – House plants are miracle workers. They not only add a much needed touch of nature, some soak up nasty VOCs released from some common household items like

Market Commentary

Mortgage rates improved last week as fears over North Korea and Syria dominated the news cycle creating a safe-haven bid for U.S. Treasuries and other fixed income assets. Rates finished the holiday-shortened week on Thursday at the lows, and look to move lower this week as international developments continue to drive bond prices higher worldwide.

April News

In the Boulder Area Real Estate world — the market is still crazy busy with low inventory and multiple bids on properties that are priced to sell. I’ve read several articles coming out in the media stating that this will level off in 2018. Not sure exactly if this will happen though as the CU

High Marks for the Housing Market

New Home Sales, Housing Starts and homebuilder sentiment all posted high marks recently. Sales of new single-family homes in February hit a seven-month high, rising 6.1 percent from January, according to the Commerce Department. February sales also were 12.8 percent above February 2016. Housing Starts also hit a four-month high, the Commerce Department reported, rising
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Home Prices Climb in Unseasonable Winter

It has been an unseasonably hot winter in housing as home prices hike higher, according to Clear Capital’s recently released Home Data Index (HDI) report, showing national quarterly home price growth at 0.9 percent. Regional quarterly price growth, per the report, was mixed: 0.7 percent in the Northeast, an increase; 0.8 percent in the Midwest,

February Market Review

February home prices reached a new high. Homes for sale last month spent an average of 68 days on the market before they sold, down seven days from the February 2016 average. This new low for days on market highlights what we already know: inventory’s been declining for a while. (100 consecutive months to be exact)


“What are you thinking??? Really?? You would buy this piece of junk?” This is a line of questioning I overheard last week as a young couple was about to buy their first house. Yes, it was their dad asking it. “Well, yes dad we are, we can’t find anything else and we can pay to

10 Curb Appeal Tips From the Pros | HGTV

A good-looking face isn’t just memorable – in real estate, an attractive exterior can make or break a home sale. We asked home professionals for their best tips on creating a sparkling outside that beckons potential buyers inside. Source: 10 Curb Appeal Tips From the Pros | HGTV

Housing News

Existing home sales were down in February. Although demand remains strong, sales were held back by a shortage of homes on the market. The persistent lack of inventory has helped keep prices rising though. The median house price surged 7.7% from a year ago to $228,400 in February. New home sales were also up, jumping

Monthly Market Review

New-Home Sales Surged in 2016, but Slowed in December Brand-spankin’-new homes sold like hotcakes last year, as buyers raced to close on the abodes of their dreams. Maybe it was that new-home smell—or the sight of rising mortgage rates. Despite the strong year for new-home sales, purchases in December were not quite so nice. The