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Blog Q4 2020 Colorado Real Estate Market Update by Matthew Gardner The following analysis of the Metro Denver & Northern Colorado real estate market is provided by Windermere Real Estate Chief Economist Matthew Gardner. We hope that this information may assist you with making better-informed real estate decisions. For further information about the housing market in your area, please don’t hesitate to contact […]
Colorado Real Estate Finding Your New Home in Four Steps Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer or you currently own and are looking for a new home, the ideas below will help you better navigate that all-important first step: Finding a property that is both appealing and affordable.   The search for a new home always starts out with a lot of excitement. But if you […]
Colorado Real Estate Colorado Real Estate Market Update   The following analysis of the Metro Denver & Northern Colorado real estate market is provided by Windermere Real Estate Chief Economist Matthew Gardner. We hope that this information may assist you with making better-informed real estate decisions. For further information about the housing market in your area, please don’t hesitate to contact your Windermere […]
Colorado Real Estate Mortgage Rate Forecast Geopolitical uncertainty is causing mortgage rates to drop. Windermere Chief Economist, Matthew Gardner, explains why this is and what you can expect to see mortgage rates do in the coming year.   Over the past few months we’ve seen a fairly significant drop in mortgage rates that has been essentially driven by geopolitical uncertainty – […]
Colorado Real Estate A Slice of Peaceful, Mountain Heaven in Pine! The property located at 2185 Woodside Drive sits at the end of a cul-de-sac is graced with a rock and wrought iron gated entrance. Flat asphalt driveway leads directly to the five car garage. One of the garage bays has a separating wall allowing it to be a workshop. Right off the garage is a large and […]
Colorado Real Estate Colorado Real Estate Market Update Posted in Colorado Real Estate Market Update by Matthew Gardner, Chief Economist, Windermere Real Estate    The following analysis of the Metro Denver & Northern Colorado real estate market (which now includes Clear Creek, Gilpin, and Park counties) is provided by Windermere Real Estate Chief Economist Matthew Gardner. We hope that this information may assist you with making […]
Buying & Selling Empty Nesters: Remodel or Sell? Posted in Buying, Selling, and Living by Sonja Riveland Your kids have moved out and now you’re living in a big house with way more space than you need. You have two choices – remodel your existing home or move. Here are some things to consider about each option. Choice No. 1: Remodel your existing […]
Buying & Selling How to Avoid the Most Common Buying/Selling Mistakes Posted in Buying and Selling by Tara Sharp How to Avoid the Most Common Buying/Selling Mistakes There’s nothing more exciting, rewarding, and fulfilling than buying a home. However, it’s a complex transaction, and there are a number of steps along the path that can confuse, betwixt, and befuddle even the most seasoned buyers and sellers. […]
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Buying & Selling Find a New Home in Four Steps Posted in Buying by Marilou Ubungen Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer or a current owner looking for a bigger home, the ideas below will help you better navigate that all-important first step: Finding a property that you like (and can afford). The search for a new home always starts out with a lot of excitement. […]
Buying & Selling Planning for the Future: Housing Options to Consider Posted in Buying and Selling by Tara Sharp It should come as no surprise that 75% of the senior citizens polled in the latest AARP Preferences survey strongly agreed with the statement, “What I’d like to do is stay in my current residence as long as possible.” After all, home is where the heart is; […]
Buying & Selling Why So Many Americans Are Either Upsizing or Downsizing Posted in Buying, Selling, and Living by Shelley Rossi According to two recent surveys that took industry watchers by surprise, many family homeowners are putting frugality aside and upsizing to new houses that average as large as 2,480 square feet (an increase of as much as 13 percent from the year before), and sometimes exceed […]
Buying & Selling Time to De-Clutter? Some Tips for Selling Your Stuff Posted in Selling by Tara Sharp If you are looking around your home and thinking to yourself that it’s time to de-clutter, the winter months provide an ideal time to prepare for a garage sale. But if that sounds like too big of an undertaking, there are other options available to you thanks to popular […]
Architecture 5 Mid-century Modern Homes That Make the Most of Their Small Design Posted in Houzz.com and Architecture by Houzz.com Midcentury modern homes were small out of necessity. Money was in short supply after World War II, so architects and builders had to keep houses compact yet functional to stay within homeowners’ budgets. At the same time, lifestyles were changing. Smart architects took on a new approach and […]
Buying & Selling Six Key Factors That Affect the Sales Price of Your Home Posted in Selling by Tara Sharp Pricing a home for sale is not nearly as simple as most people think. You can’t base the price on what the house down the street sold for. You can’t depend on tax assessments. Even automatic valuation methods (AVMs), while useful for a rough estimate of value, are unreliable […]
Buying & Selling Affordable Tips To Up Your Home’s Curb Appeal Posted in Living and Windermere by Kenady Swan You’ll never have a second chance at a first impression, so let’s make it count! When it comes to upping your home’s curb appeal, there are plenty of small changes you can make that have a big impact. And best of all, you don’t need to call […]
Buying & Selling How to Acquire the Right Appraisal for Your Home Posted in Selling by John Trupin Appraisals are designed to protect buyers, sellers, and lending institutions. They provide a reliable, independent valuation of a tract of land and the structure on it, whether it’s a house or a skyscraper. Below, you will find information about the appraisal process, what goes into them, their benefits and […]
Buying & Selling How Staging Your Home Well Impacts Its Value Posted in Selling by John Trupin   For more than 20 years, the benefits of staging a home have been well documented. Numerous studies show that staging helps sell a home faster and for a higher price. According to the National Association of REALTORS®, 88 percent of homebuyers start their search online, forming impressions within […]
Buying & Selling Don’t Get Spooked! These Are a Buyer’s Warning Signs of a Haunted House Posted in Buying by John Trupin While you hear a lot about ghosts in October, they’re actually a year-round phenomenon (and they’re not all as friendly as Casper). Specters come in all shapes and sizes in real estate, and they can be spookiest to prospective buyers. So, if you’re in the market for a home […]
Buying & Selling Stay Safe While Selling Your Home With Our Seller’s Checklist Posted in Selling by John Trupin Staying organized while uprooting your life and moving from one home to another can feel impossible. Not only are you trying to get the best financial return on your investment, but you might also be working on a tight deadline. There’s also the pressure to keep your home clean […]
Buying & Selling Home Inspections Matter So Be Sure to Get Them Right Posted in Selling by John Trupin For many people, a home inspection is a hurdle that has to be overcome during the process of buying or selling a home. But, in fact, it can be a useful tool for buyers, sellers or anyone who plans to get the greatest possible value from their home. Find […]