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.
In the aftermath of the devastating Marshall Fire, home insurance is top of mind. For those of us fortunate enough to have escaped this urban wildfire, now is the time to review your insurance policy.
Your Realtor® can advise you on your best strategy relative to radon in your real estate transaction.
First-time home buyers frequently face the challenge of saving for a large enough down payment for their first home purchase.
Here are trends to watch in 2022 relating to mortgages, housing and real estate.
It’s time for New Year’s resolutions! This year, why not add a real estate resolution or two to your list–and see if you can make it happen?
The holidays are here and as we spend precious time with our families, we are happy to learn that Colorado is unmatched as a desirable place to raise a family with family friendly locales statewide.
There’s never been a better time to buy, since Boulder’s popularity won’t be waning anytime soon. Here’s a current snapshot of our city’s housing market.
To keep yourself healthy, you make sure to schedule an annual physical. To maintain your financial well-being, it is essential to schedule an annual real estate checkup.
Whether you’re ready to purchase a home right now or you plan to wait a while, you may be interested in staying apprised of the Federal Reserve’s latest decisions.
The appraisal process is a vital part of a home sale. You can take steps to ensure it goes smoothly.
The holiday season is upon us and you may be thinking about finding a special or unique gift your family member or loved one could use for years to come.
Realtor.com® 2022 Housing Forecast reveals a whirlwind year ahead for buyers, especially first-timers
Americans will have a better chance to find a home in 2022, but will face a competitive seller’s market as first-time buyer demand outmatches the inventory recovery, according to the Realtor.com® 2022 Housing Forecast.
In this season of giving, why not get someone started with a gift and then help create a plan for monthly contributions to an FHSA to save up for a specific down payment by a specific date.
It is very rare that you might think of buying a duplex, triplex, or a fourplex to live in as the owner. However, it could turn out to be an incredible opportunity for the right person or couple.
Selling or buying a home with a solar panel system lease or loan could introduce a few challenges for a real estate transaction.
Whether you live here, are considering moving here, would like to purchase a property for your child attending CU-Boulder, or want to invest in college rental properties, take note: CU-Boulder just landed the No. 42 spot in the top 50 public institutions in the U.S.
When you are self-employed, the most challenging part of the mortgage application process often has to do with gathering proof of income and employment verification.
We spoke with WK Real Estate’s new Executive Vice President Kari Newman about her recent relocation, perspective of the area and role with WK Real Estate.
In addition to financial investments, start thinking about where your ideal retirement home might be located, whether it’s here in Colorado, in another state, or even another country.
Downsizing is almost inevitable for most of us. Just like the home-preferences of single adults are different from those of families with young children, so are the home needs and wants of retirees.
While it’s helpful to have a vision, it’s often difficult to find a real-life floor plan that matches your dream-home expectations.