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Established in 2002 Pat has faithfully represented Buyers and Sellers in real estate throughout the Denver-metro area. He's been able to incorporate his previous experience as a Mortgage Banker (7 years) and Bank Asset Manager (3 years) into his growing Realtor service. With Pat's Mortgage Banker background he knows the hurdles buyers can face when qualifying for a home loan. As a Bank Asset Manager Pat negotiated on behalf of the bank, performing the marketing and sales of bank-owned assets from Florida to Hawaii; elevating his market analysis and pricing for a wide variety of homes. You can trust Pat to represent your very best interests whether you are buying or selling a home.

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The Top 10 Improvements to Help Sell Your Home

In Denver Real Estate, Home Improvement | on July, 23, 2012 | by
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Home buyers are finicky. They can make up their minds quickly on the smallest things that someone selling their home may have never considered. A Realtor in Denver can help you decide what’s important or not, but if your home is part of denver real estate listings, selling it takes effort inside and out.

Here is a list of the top 10 improvements we think everyone selling their home should consider making before it’s listed.

  1. If you know of similar Homes for sale in Denver, what does their front doors and entranceways look like? Does your front door need a coat of paint? Fresh, potted flowering plants on the porch are a nice touch.
  2. Mist vinyl siding can be washed with soap and water, while the gutters should be cleaned of debris and leaves. The same goes for the roof.
  3. A Real Estate Agent Denver will tell you he garage
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Save On Energy Costs This Summer With These Tips

In Denver Real Estate, Home Improvement | on July, 20, 2012 | by
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Save on Energy this SummerAs with other parts of the country during the summer, Colorado Real Estate can be expensive due to energy costs associated with air conditioning and more efficient doors and windows to keep cool air in and warm air out. Follow these helpful tips from your Realtor in Denver to save on energy costs during the summer.

Keep an eye on your thermostat

A Real Estate Agent Denver offers these tips on managing energy costs through your thermostat:

  • Make sure it’s set as comfortably high in the summer as possible. The smaller the difference between the indoor and outdoor temperatures, the lower your overall cooling bill will be.

 

  • If you’re going to be away, keep your thermostat set higher than normal, and then return it to 78 degrees Fahrenheit, as recommended by the U.S. Department of Energy.

 

Use your windows to gain cool air and keep the heat out

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How To Find the Right Realtor

In Denver Real Estate | on July, 17, 2012 | by
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Find The Right Denver RealtorThe decision to buy or sell a home, particularly during a distressed economy, is one of the toughest a person can make. And even though the market for existing home sales has started to approach pre-recession levels, a qualified Real Estate Agent in Denver is still the best bet for anyone looking to list their home or purchase one.

A Real Estate Agent in Colorado is a trained and licensed professional committed to helping consumers navigate the sometimes difficult and confusing world of real estate. Part of the role of century 21 denver is educating people about their choices when it comes to buying or selling a home. If you’re in the market for a realtor, follow these simple steps and words of advice to make that a productive search.

What to do when searching for a Denver Real Estate Agent

  • Ask people you trust for advice on Denver realty,
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Be Sure To Ask These Questions Before Hiring a Moving Company

In Denver Real Estate, Moving | on July, 14, 2012 | by
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Choose A Moving Company DenverOver the years, many of our clients have come to us for advice on making their newly listed homes more appealing, how to secure the best rate in a mortgage, what to look for in a public school system – even which fresh cookie scent appeals more to home buyers, chocolate chip or peanut butter. But when it comes to Real Estate in Colorado, we’ve also offered practical advice on other topics, too, like what kind of questions to ask before hiring a moving company. Here are our favorites.

  1. Can you provide a list of satisfied customers? A Realtor in Denver will always encourage you to ask this. As with any service business, a professional moving company should be able to provide references from satisfied customers. Further, the company should have no hesitation when you ask for it.
  2. If you’ve told the company you want to “Sell my home in
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I Am Now A CDPE

In Denver Real Estate | on July, 05, 2012 | by
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Certified Distressed Property Expert

Saving Families From Foreclosure

I have recently become a Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE).  In today’s market there are a lot of folks having a tough time and facing foreclosure.  Did you know that 7 out of 10 distressed homeowners go into foreclosure without any visible intervention?  There are options.

Can you or someone you know benefit from my services & knowledge?  Neighbor?  Friend?  Family Member?  I have the knowledge & resources to HELP SAVE you from Foreclosure.

Contact me today & let’s get started on your path to recovery !

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Learn more at:  www.denvershortsalesrealtor.com

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City vs. Suburbs: What’s Best for the Kids?

In Denver Real Estate, Moving | on June, 27, 2012 | by
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According to U.S. Census Bureau data from 2000 and 2010, there has been a distinct shift in the population during the past decade. While the population of urban areas grew by 12.1 percent, the country’s population overall grew by only 9.7 percent during those same years, revealing a trend toward urban living.

With moving season in full swing, Rent.comsurveyed parents regarding their attitudes about raising kids in the city versus the suburbs to gauge their primary concerns and preferences. According to the survey, city life has its pluses and minuses when deciding where to settle.

For parents raising kids in Denver, the question commonly arises – should we stay in the city, or should we go? Forty-two percent of survey respondents cited they have always lived in the city and are raising their kids there too, and 41.5 percent of respondents are equally dedicated to their suburban ties, choosing to ... Read More

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