Top Questions to Ask Your Realtor Before Buying a Home in Denver

Buying a home is one of the biggest investments you’ll ever make! Therefore, it’s important to have a thorough understanding of the home buying process. Before beginning the search for your dream home, sit down with your Realtor to make sure you’re well prepared and equipped for purchasing your next property. Here are the top questions to ask your Realtor before buying a home in Denver, Colorado and the surrounding metro area. What costs are associated with buying a home? Before stepping into your first home showing, it’s important to be financially prepared for all of the costs associated with
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What a Buyer or Seller need to Understand about Negotiations on the Sale of a Home

A seller I once had – who ended up dropping me and going with another Realtor – made a huge financial mistake. He would not reduce his selling price from $1,100,000 to $1,000,000. I had counseled him to take the deal, as the buyer was flexible on other important factors. He had a unique property that would attract only a limited number of buyers and this was a cash offer. It was 2009 and home prices were just starting to fall rapidly. It stayed on the market for over a year after we parted company and he ended up desperately
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A Sign that Sun Valley has a Vision – 1 Bedroom for $1,300,000

I was more than a little curious why our Neighborhood PSF page has Sun Valley listed as the highest Per Square Foot price of all the Denver neighborhoods. Usually the top 5 neighborhoods on our Neighborhood PSF chart include Riverfront Park, The Theatre District, Central Downtown, LoHi, etc. Sun Valley has often been a great value because most people don’t know about all the plans for this neighborhood to be developed. Even fewer know that … read more here.
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Stock Market Vs Real Estate Market

We have a client who is working to balance out their portfolio between a number of options including Real Estate, Stocks, Money Market Funds or a combination. It is a common question many have and it is personal to each individual situation, risk tolerance, and what they think the future would hold. Investment advisors always say there is no crystal ball, which may be true but it is a fun question to look at so we wanted to get as many viewpoints as possible.  Take the poll here.
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