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Mortgage Rate Outlook 2018

Almost nothing effects the housing market more directly than the mortgage interest rate. This sole factor often determines whether you can afford a house or not. Simply put, the interest rate is how much you will pay a lender in order to borrow money. It is a finance charge for the loan you have taken… Read more »

Why You Should Use A Real Estate Agent Team

  Everyone seems to know a Real Estate Agent out there somewhere. Someone’s brother’s sister’s cousin who would be thrilled to represent you on your next transaction. While that’s not to say they wouldn’t do a good job, it’s important that you find a Real Estate Agent who truly knows what they are doing in… Read more »

NEIGHBORHOOD SPOTLIGHT: THE CASTLE PINES AREA

When looking for a great place to live, Castle Pines, Colorado should be at the top of your list. Earlier this year, Colorado was listed as one of the Top 10 states to live in, and Castle Pines was ranked as the 2nd best place in Colorado to raise a family. As soon as you… Read more »

BUYING WITH A SIGNIFICANT OTHER: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Home ownership is the American Dream and realizing that dream with the person you love makes the deal even sweeter. As the Denver housing market continues to boom, a growing number of couples are making the decision to buy a home together. Whether married or not, serious and committed partners can truly benefit from entering… Read more »

10 STEPS TO BECOMING A FIRST-TIME BUYER

Step 1: Hire a Realtor Don’t make the rookie mistake of believing you can go it alone. The home-buying process is very involved and trying to navigate the Denver real estate market as a newbie could cause you to lose out on the home of your dreams or to go well over your budget. Look… Read more »

Learn to Stage Your Home with 5 Easy Techniques

We all know that your home probably doesn’t look picture-perfect at all times. Even after a thorough cleaning, it doesn’t take long before there’s a build-up of dust on the bookshelf, a stack of “items to go through” on your desk, kid’s toys in the kitchen, a shirt haphazardly tossed onto the couch, and loads… Read more »