Boulder County has a rich history and residents actively want to preserve aspects of that past. Every May, Boulder County’s legacy is honored during Archaeology and Historic Preservation Month.
Discount brokers are growing in popularity, pitting them against traditional Realtors in the race for listings. But are discount brokers too good to be true?
To get insight, WK Real Etate’s emerging and established real estate professionals, who themselves are millennials or Generation Z, give us their take.
Some mortgage watchers say the 2022 run-up in mortgage rates could be even more dramatic than in 1994.
Fair Housing Month signifies a continued commitment by Realtors® across our country to expand equal access to housing.
Known for its vibrant community, boundless outdoor activities, and architecturally appealing houses, here are five reasons to consider Chautauqua Park for your next move.
With outdoor living at its height of desirability, homes with beautiful flowers attract prospective home buyers as well as Colorado’s winged wonders that dart into view sometime in late April – hummingbirds.
The upcoming Aging at Altitude Expo will be held at the Boulder Jewish Community Center on April 23. One of the sessions at the conference will explain reverse mortgages as a financial tool for those who are 62 years of age and over.
The real estate agent is often considered a fiduciary, which establishes them as a trusted source who is obligated to keep the client’s interests and desires in mind while maintaining various boundaries.
For those who don’t know BOLO Realtors, the Boulder Longmont Realtor Association is making waves in the ever-dynamic world of real estate in Boulder County – and beyond. BOLO is a merger between Realtor® associations in Boulder and Longmont. But it’s bigger than branding.
Luxury real estate brokers utilize specialized strategies for the luxe market. If you’re selling a high-end home, they can take your experience to a level beyond what you’d expect from your typical real estate agent.
There are certainly few things in life we’re too old to do, like playing in the NFL. However, when it comes to buying a home, you’re never too old. In fact, the National Association of Realtors® (NAR) says that about 25% of first-time homebuyers are over 52 years of age
Most people start investing real estate by buying their personal residence. Yet the majority of Americans will stop there in terms of building their real estate portfolio.
Meeting a new real estate agent occasionally feels like a first date as you trade a bottle of cabernet for talks of comps and closing costs. But with so many real estate agents available, it can be hard to find a dream match for your dream home.
Frequently, first-time homebuyers will turn to relatives to help with a down payment or to co-sign on the loan. However, all the parties involved need to be very aware of the pitfalls before agreeing to this arrangement.
The 2022 nationwide housing forecast by Realtor.com showed a continued slowing from the spring 2021 frenzy. But much is expected to stay the same, according to Realtor.com: Prices will stay high and inventory tight, even while mortgage rates rise.
While condos can be an excellent choice for many households, it’s important to note that government-sponsored enterprises Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have recently added an addendum requirement for an extra layer of protection.
The Noel and Martinez Team at RE/MAX Alliance is offering free home buyer and seller seminars on Wednesday, April 6 and Wednesday, May 4, 2022.
As you pay on your mortgage, the loan balance goes down a little each month. Once it is less than 80% of the original value, you can request the PMI be removed.
Winter of 2022 has been hot for many of America’s real estate markets – and Boulder ranks among the top five.
Today, South Boulder is known for its laid-back lifestyle, strong sense of community, and its close proximity to iconic trails and lauded national laboratories. However, over a century ago, the landscape was much different: three major farms – Martin, Kohler and Viele – occupied the undulating terrain.