Winter is coming. While it’s a great tag line for Game of Thrones it’s also an inevitable reality for us in Colorado. With winter comes the second selling season for real estate and with snow in the air it’s right around the corner.
I can’t begin to tell you how important it is to price your home right the minute you put your home on the market. This is probably the most commonly made mistake between seller and Realtor that leads to a property that sits on the market day after day, month after month, with no offers to show for it.
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! I hope you are having a wonderful Holiday weekend. Some buyers were thinking about purchasing a home and wanted to know if they should buy and close in December or in January.
Buyers are spending a fair amount of money in the first few years on new home furnishings. Essentially when a buyer purchases a home they want to make that home feel like home.
Real Estate is, has, and always will be predominantly a referral business. Yes, I know that with Internet technology, real estate agents can mine hundreds of leads every month, of people they have never met.
Did you know that fix and flip properties are on the rise? It’s next to impossible these days to view a home built in the early 1900’s and not see them completely gutted and remodeled.
The Holidays will be here before you know it. We will all be toasting eggnogs, opening presents, and returning that terrible sweater to the shopping mall before you know it.
Did you know that open houses actually work to sell a home? Many home owners today that put their house on the market are against open houses and for a variety of reasons.
As one of the principals of a large, seven-member real estate team (The Colorado Dream House Team), I get a lot of phone calls from mortgage lenders wanting to earn our referral business.
I thought I’d take a moment and discuss general housekeeping when it comes to home ownership. Most first time home buyers don’t consider all the things that need to be done every year to keep their home in tip-top shape.