Five local RE/MAX of Boulder and RE/MAX Elevate Realtors were named to the prestigious RE/MAX Top 100 — the annual ranking of the top 100 RE/MAX Realtors and real estate teams across the U.S.
To maintain your financial well-being, it is essential to schedule an annual real estate checkup. November is a great time to conduct that review so you can make any adjustments in the year ahead.
The Federal Reserve is raising interest rates yet again. Is there any silver lining to this increase? There’s one: savings accounts.
I’ve been watching the real estate market hover between a seller’s and buyer’s market for months now. But after reviewing recent data, I’m ready to call it: it’s now officially a buyer’s market.
C3 Real Estate Solutions, LLC, opened its fifth Northern Colorado office Oct. 1 to give its Greeley area clients somewhere close to home to do business.
The housing market continues to be challenging for home buyers and sellers alike, especially in Boulder County where price increase and low inventory exceed national averages. Experts suggest patience and a knowledgeable Realtor help navigate these unprecedented market challenges.
Halloween is just around the corner and it’s the time of year for haunted houses – or even downright spooky homes where strange, unusual or disturbing events have taken place.
If you have found your dream home, don’t let the interest rate scare you away. Marry that house. Date the rate.
Nearly three years after launching its West Village neighborhood, Baseline, the 1,100-acre master planned community completing the Denver/Boulder triangle, is realizing its vision of a supremely walkable, exceptionally livable economic center.
At Boulder Creek Neighborhoods, Main-Floor Living Meets Lower-Maintenance Lifestyles
Colorado homeowners receive an average home equity loan offer of nearly $130,000, which is the largest home equity loan offer in the U.S., according to analysis by LendingTree, an online loan marketplace.
Now that interest rates have risen from the 3.5% range to the 7% range, will home prices decline to balance out the purchasing power?
With a well-executed strategy and a big-picture outlook, purchasing in our current market can be far from ghoulish — and actually a positive experience.
It’s official, fall is finally here and cooler temperatures are ahead! As your summer annuals are beginning to look tired or may have stopped blooming altogether, now is the perfect time to revamp your flower containers.
When buying a home, many of our homebuyers will ask, “Where is the sun?” The immediate answer is “look up and see!” However, it is a bit more complicated than that.
Many factors makeup “quality of life” and at least two Colorado metros deliver them in abundance. Boulder ranks as No. 2 across U.S. metros while Fort Collins shines in the eighth position, according to the 2022-2023 U.S. News & World Report’s Quality of Life Index.
I got a catalog in the mail a month ago that was peddling Christmas goods. It was 90 degrees that day. It was hard to fathom future Christmas when my skin felt like it was frying when I went outdoors.
How can you tell if we are entering a recession or a simple market correction? Here’s what you need to know.
Over the years, the company has adapted gracefully to changes in the real estate market and changes in the greater economy while staying true to its mission: offering their real estate agents the highest levels of autonomy and earnings potential in the industry.
Given today’s market, is it better to wait to buy that new house, sidelining the lifestyle you crave, or is it financially wiser to take advantage of the equity you have now?
Now that the housing boom is threatened by soaring mortgage rates and a potential recession, buyers and homeowners are asking a familiar question: Is the housing market so hot that it’s about to crash?
When aspiring homeowners and home sellers work with locally owned real estate professionals, like WK Real Estate, even more resources are funneled back into the local communities by the associates that live, work and play here.
For a real estate investor nearing retirement, the thought of continuing to manage property can seem burdensome. A Tenant-In-Common (TIC) investment could be just the ticket to feeling less strained.
Whether your interest is in learning for the sake of learning, furthering a career in the Green Industry or a passion for solving plant problems while sharing the love of gardening with your neighbors, now is the time to get started.
RE/MAX of Boulder is pleased to welcome Jeanette Ross to it’s Boulder office.