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Tag Archives: Buying a home in Denver

Millennials are Buying more Homes and Mortgage Brokers are Winning More Business with Real Estate Agents

Millennials are buying more homes than ever and Mortgage Brokers are winning more business with Real Estate Agents. According to a new report from Realtor.com, millennials are taking over the mortgage market in the U.S. Home-loan data analyzed by Realtor.com show millennials — defined here as the generation aged 19 to 37 — have purchased a larger […] …read more

Why it’s Important to Get Pre-approved Before You Shop for Homes in Denver

Imagine finding your dream home, making an offer, and then losing out because you weren’t preapproved for a mortgage and someone else was. Getting pre-approved is a critical step in the home buying process for several key reasons. Know your budget When you get pre-approved for a loan, your lender will pre-approve a mortgage amount […] …read more

Why A Normal Market is Just What We Need –Denver Real Estate

     The real estate market has been hot for a while now. Homes have been flying off the shelves as fast as they have been listed. Buyers have been competing in bidding wars just to find a home to buy, let alone find their dream home.       This ‘seller’s market’ has driven […] …read more

What’s the Best Use of Your Investment Property?

The residential rental market is a fast-growing segment of home buying in Denver and Colorado. The demand for single-family rentals, defined as either detached homes or townhouses, has risen 30% in the past three years. At the same time, the short-term, or vacation rental market is also booming. The popularity of online marketplaces like Airbnb, HomeAway, […] …read more

Do You Know How Much Your Home Has Increased in Value?

Last year, we saw headlines about a possible housing market bubble, and many wondered if Americans still felt confident about the value of their homes. Recently, the 2018 Houzz & Home Study revealed: “Homeowners with mortgages have seen their home equity more than double since 2011, increasing to a record-setting $8.3 trillion in 2017.” The […] …read more