Getting from “For Sale” to “Sold:” A How-To Guide

With the right professional guidance + 3 specific phases, you can go from “For Sale” to “SOLD!” with less stress and anxiety! Learn about the specific steps in each of the 3 phases of selling your home: The Preparation Phase; The Listing Phase; and The Showing Phase. Also, don’t go it alone! The right professionalContinue reading “Getting from “For Sale” to “Sold:” A How-To Guide”

Finding a Home in a Low Inventory Market

Depending on where you live, the Real Estate Market may be experiencing low levels of inventory because of high demand and record-low interest rates. So, how can you buy a home in a low inventory market and improve your odds of finding the right home at the right price? This week’s article gives you theContinue reading “Finding a Home in a Low Inventory Market”

To Rent or Not To Rent

No matter where you own property, there will probably be interested renters. But, should you put your property up for rent? This article talks about the things you need to consider first: Know the Rules in your City, County and State Allow Enough Time to Complete all Necessary Tasks Market Your Home Make It StandContinue reading “To Rent or Not To Rent”

Homebuying 101: Gen-Z and Millennial Edition

Millennials currently make up the majority of home buys! Buying your first home can be scary, but with the right professionals and the tips in this week’s article, you can make the best and biggest investment of your life the right way! Things you need to consider (and in this article) include: Employment History CreditContinue reading “Homebuying 101: Gen-Z and Millennial Edition”

Selling Your Home? Declutter First!

Did you know that decluttering your home may help you sell faster AND for a higher price? It’s true! Read our new article for the easy tips when decluttering your: Bedrooms & Bathrooms Kitchen Closets Living Room and Even the Garage! Click here to read the entire article. (Time to sell your Denver home? I’dContinue reading “Selling Your Home? Declutter First!”

Are You Ready to Upsize Your Space?

With coronavirus, many are thinking of upsizing their home space. Are you? While upsizing is not for everyone, downsizing may no longer be the norm with more people working from home and children being schooled at home. Click here to learn if upsizing is right for YOU. (Looking to upsize your next home in Denver?Continue reading “Are You Ready to Upsize Your Space?”

Why the 20% Down Payment Isn’t Always the Best Option

“Everyone” knows you have to put 20% down when you purchase a home, right? Well, maybe not. In reality, there are a variety of options for down payments and it’s important to choose the best one for your home purchase scenario! Click the image above to learn the options you can choose from. (Looking toContinue reading “Why the 20% Down Payment Isn’t Always the Best Option”

Why is Home Buying a Key Personal Investment?

Whether you’re thinking about buying a mansion, a townhouse or even a small studio, buying a home is a key personal investment for your life and future! From the financial benefits of owning your own home to tax advantages and the opportunity to build inter-generational wealth, homeownership creates new positive financial habits and mindset withContinue reading “Why is Home Buying a Key Personal Investment?”

Should You List Your Home During the Holidays?

Are you still thinking or planning to sell your home this year? With the holidays right around the corner, you may be considering holding off until the New Year. But should you? Maybe not! With the delayed spring market due to COVID, record buyer demand and record-low interest rates, you should consider taking advantage ofContinue reading “Should You List Your Home During the Holidays?”

Student Loans vs Homebuying

Student loan debt in the United States is at an all-time record of $1.6 trillion. But with the right financial planning, you can still buy the home you want! In this week’s article, learn about properly managing your debt, saving for a down payment and your DTI (debt-to-income ratio). (Looking to buy a home inContinue reading “Student Loans vs Homebuying”