At the first sign of not being able to make the monthly mortgage payment, the homeowner should start out with contacting a real estate attorney, a Realtor®, and their mortgage lender to review all the options
Even with nationwide home price increases beginning to slow, homeowners continued to gain near-record equity in their homes.
Realtor.com® analyzed the numbers in its fourth annual Best Time to Buy Report and found the best time to buy a home across the nation is the week of Sept. 25 to Oct. 1.
Kentwood Real Estate, an exclusive Colorado affiliate of Berkshire Hathaway’s HomeServices of America, is proud to announce the arrival of Brett Sawyer and Nancy Blanchard as broker associates to its Colorado team.
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.
RE/MAX of Boulder is pleased to welcome Jeanette Ross to it’s Boulder office.
WK Real Estate has announced the addition of Broker Associate, Joshua Legare to its Longmont office.
Sometimes the condition of the home to be renovated keeps the buyer from obtaining more traditional financing for the purchase. When that is the case, here are a few options.
These nature-inspired tips resonate with the lovely outdoor settings of Colorado. If you are selling your home, adding biophilic design touches will boost its appeal as potential buyers imagine their life in the setting.
The pandemic has expedited retirement plans for many older people. Much is written about the perfect types of homes for older folks, but not much about how couples that are retiring survive this adjustment.
There is one simple yet impactful way to amp up the volume on your home’s attractiveness and it is inexpensive to do. Paint the front door with a pop of color!
With ongoing drought in Colorado and news of the Colorado River rapidly drying up, water resources are top of mind.
At its core, a 2-1 buydown is a type of mortgage agreement between a home buyer and their lender. If it’s right for you, it could open up options and get you into your dream home.
The return to almost real estate normalcy affords savvy buyers the opportunity to get their foot in Boulder’s door, live its coveted lifestyle, and watch their home’s value appreciate in the process.
As a college town, the demand for student housing – and housing for faculty and staff – are an important factor in our housing market.
Knowing exactly what can be done with a property in the future will often bring added value in the sale.
Boulder’s home prices and cost of housing have been increasing, but workers in the Boulder Metropolitan Statistical Area had a higher wage than the rest of the nation, according to a recently released report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Today’s market is tough on first time buyers. The inventory of homes and condos purchased by first-time buyers continues to be low, and along with inflation, home prices are being pushed upward in most markets.
Joel Ripmaster, founder of Colorado Landmark Realtors, has been an icon of luxury residential real estate in Boulder County for 45 years. Over the course of its history, his firm has become a leader in the luxury market as the Boulder market has grown into the hottest real estate market in the country.
Community and Passion Propel RE/MAX of Boulder & RE/MAX Elevate to ‘Outstanding Brokerage of the Year’
RE/MAX of Boulder, and its sister office, RE/MAX Elevate, were together named Outstanding RE/MAX Brokerage of the Year by global real estate company RE/MAX International.
The build-to-rent concept in both multi-family and single-family homes can fulfill a consumer need for having a place to live. However, it draws away builder resources from providing homes to buy, putting further pressure on the current inventory shortage.
Knowing when to move can be challenging, but knowing your property value and how selling can affect your finances are crucial first steps.
Just like the home-preferences of single adults are different than those of families with young children, so are the home needs and wants of retirees.