In today’s highly competitive real estate market, it’s all too common for buyers to rush into a deal that doesn’t fit their budget or suit their needs. Millennials in particular have the most regrets after buying a home, according to a new Bankrate survey.
The competition for real estate just got even fiercer: the newest generation to enter the real estate market is the millennials.
With the cost of real estate today, the 20 percent down rule is no longer so hard and fast.
Pondering the thought of moving? You will undoubtedly want to compare housing affordability in the area you would like to relocate to
The oft-touted virtue may be our best recourse against roller coaster emotions, snap decisions, and sky-high expectations.
If you don’t have a CLUE, don’t be embarrassed! Most Americans are CLUE-less and have never heard of the CLUE database, but if you are a home buyer or home seller, it’s probably a good idea to get a CLUE!
If you’re a homebuyer in Boulder Valley, prepare yourself for a possible bidding war on that property you love.
To lock or not to lock, that is the home buyer’s choice. However, buyers need to understand this is a commitment from both the mortgage lender and themselves to close at the agreed upon interest rate.
As you pay on your mortgage, the loan balance goes down a little each month. Once it is less than 80 percent of the original value, you can request the PMI be removed.
In sharp contrast to the “slacker” stereotype that has defined their generation, millennials aren’t living in parents’ basements. They’re buying multimillion-dollar homes.
For the record number of young adults who moved back home during the pandemic fortunate to still have a job, homeownership may be more attainable than they think, according to a new report released today by Realtor.com®.
Affordability surprises first-time homebuyers while parental assistance, savings and compromises prove common, survey finds
For first-time homebuyers looking to buy in 2021, a new survey from Realtor.com® indicates that getting finances in order is a critical place to start.
We’ve all heard the old real estate adage about “location, location, location”. And while location is definitely important, we could also add that real estate is just as much about “direction, direction, direction”.
There are steps you can (and should) take to mitigate the errors so you can lock down the best interest rate possible.
As a result of the ease in setting up such a surveillance system, issues relative to the real estate marketing process arise.
In light of recent events, Realtors® are affirming their support for equal opportunity and are at the forefront of ensuring that people are not discriminated against with regard to housing.
In this time of social distancing, people are still shopping for houses in Boulder County. Yet even in the best of times, buying a home can feel daunting, especially if this is your first purchase.
HOA: they’re three simple letters that can conjure up a range of emotions. As the acronym for Homeowner Association, just the mention of “HOA” can be met with a sense of belonging – or an air of contempt.
Home buyers frequently ask about the pricing hierarchy of homes in Boulder County, primarily to determine where they can find an affordable place to move.
Take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with these basic tips that can help you understand a home inspection report more effectively.
Mortgage experts say student loan debt doesn’t have to be a barrier to buying a home.