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.
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.
For many home buyers, the most common question has been, “Why is there such a shortage of homes to buy?”
Having generational wealth is when a person’s accumulated assets are passed down, and the assets continue to grow or remain stable over the years.
In my last article, Part 1 of “Buying College Housing – Now Is The Time,” I discussed how purchasing a condo or house for your child to live in while attending college can be a worthwhile investment and can provide financial as well as other benefits for your college student. As you evaluate this decision, here’s a guide to help you.
A college property purchase can prove to be an astute financial investment as well as a superb learning experience for the student.
Studies have shown for years that the net worth of homeowners has always surpassed that of renters. All that being said, it is more important to own your own home than ever before.
When it comes to saving for their child’s college education, most parents automatically think of the Colorado College Invest 529 accounts. However, buying a home to save for college could be an alternative to consider.
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.
Known for its vibrant community, boundless outdoor activities, and architecturally appealing houses, here are five reasons to consider Chautauqua Park for your next move.
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.
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.
Winter of 2022 has been hot for many of America’s real estate markets – and Boulder ranks among the top five.
Part 1 of this two-part series, I discussed goals for your vacation home, rental income, and professional property management. In this article, I will outline further considerations that will help guide you toward your purchase.
Survey by Realtor.com finds money matters more than relationship status when it comes to feeling ready to buy a home.
There are quite a few things to take into account in order to make the vacation home buying experience a happy one.
Ready to learn more about what to expect if you’re buying or selling in Boulder County? Here’s what you need to know.