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Kitchens and Bathrooms Remain Top Remodeling Jobs In Denver

In Denver Real Estate, Home Improvement | on September, 07, 2014 | by

Remodel a kitchen in Denver

A new survey released by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) shows common remodeling projects have increased, compared to a similar survey from 2010. The survey, released in conjunction with National Home Remodeling Month, describes the changes the remodeling market in Denver has undergone in recent years.

Remodelers report that kitchen and bathroom projects remain the most popular remodeling jobs with home owners increasingly upgrading both rooms and making major repairs as they decide to stay in their current homes longer. With new home sales in Denver up in May remodeling projects are at an all time high. Nearly 50 percent of remodelers report seeing an increase in the number of home owners who undertake remodels to avoid moving compared to the 2010 findings.

Both kitchen and bathroom remodeling projects were up 17 percent from two years ago, with bathroom remodels cited as a common job by 78 percent

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Buying or Renting – Which is Right for You?

In Denver Real Estate, Market News, Moving | on September, 05, 2014 | by

Many people make the mistake of solely focusing on the financial implications when leaving their old home and making a choice between purchasing a property or renting one. However, as we are going to discuss during the course of this article, there’s so much more to making a choice between buying Colorado real estate or renting your new home. If you want to have any chance of making the “right decision” you need to look at both options from a number of different perspectives and carefully assess the impacts that buying or renting would have on your life. Life is about more than just plain old money; you have to take your personality and preferences into account too.

Factors to Consider When Deciding Whether to Buy or Rent Real Estate

buy or rent in ColoradoAs an experienced real estate agent in Denver, we’ve worked with hundreds of clients over the years and we can’t ... Read More

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Getting a Mortgage if You’re Self Employed – A Few Tips

In Denver Real Estate, Mortgage Rates | on April, 05, 2014 | by

Self Employed - I'm the Boss!With the reduction in the number of employment opportunities that followed the financial meltdown that we are all so very familiar with, thousands of people throughout Colorado State decided to take matters into their own hands and carved out employment opportunities of their own by becoming self-employed. While taking this employment route has proved to be beneficial for many people, it can make it harder to either refinance an existing mortgage or obtain a new one, since the lack of a regular, fixed income makes this group a riskier investment for financial lenders. However, if you are self-employed and looking to work with a real estate agent in Denver on a home purchase, that doesn’t mean to say you won’t be able to get a mortgage; it just means you’ll most probably have to make more of an effort.

I’m Self Employed: How Can I Get Approved for a Mortgage

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Boost Your Chances of a Successful Sale By Avoiding these Real Estate Blunders

In Denver Real Estate, Listing | on March, 13, 2014 | by

Sell your home in DenverBuyers, sellers and every real estate agent in Colorado (and the rest of the country!) know that it’s a buyer’s market. The market is still recovering and buyers have the power and many more options available to them than they would have had in years gone by. This means that they don’t have to buy your home, because there’s probably dozens of other properties located close by that meet their requirements and fall within their budget. If you’re a seller, this means you have to “step your game up” if you are to have any chance of selling your property and it’s absolutely essential that you avoid doing anything that could make your property a less attractive buying proposition. If you’re not sure exactly what could put prospective buyers off, keep reading as we’re going to point out some of the fundamental errors that sellers make on a regular basis.... Read More

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How to Get the Best Mortgage Rates Around

In Denver Real Estate, Mortgage Rates | on February, 28, 2014 | by

denver mortgage ratesAre you in the process of looking at the current homes for sale in Denver? If that’s the case, you will most likely need to apply for a mortgage loan if you do find a property that you fall in love with. At this point you’ll probably get told to “shop around” and “explore your options” and while it’s definitely a good thing that there are so many different mortgage loans available, a fact which keeps rates as competitive as possible, it can be difficult to know where to start if you’ve never been through the process before. If you talk to a real estate agent in Denver, they will tell you that the first step is to obtain information about your credit score (most people don’t know what their credit score is before applying for a mortgage), which can be obtained from most financial institutions. It’s also wise ... Read More

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The Top 10 Ways to Boost your Credit Score and Score a Mortgage

In Denver Real Estate, Mortgage Rates | on October, 03, 2012 | by

In today’s volatile economy, with banks ever tightening their requirements for consumer loans, credit score and income are the two biggest factors in determining whether you can land a mortgage for your Denver realty dream home.

10 ways to boost your credit score

  1. A Real Estate Agent Denver always advises clients to review their credit report for mistakes, and dispute them. Get your report from annualcreditreport.com, review it for errors, and work to correct them.
  2. Ask about increasing your credit limit is another piece of advice from a Denver Real Estate Agent. If you have good credit begin with, you may be able to raise your score by getting your credit card company to boost your line of credit.
  3. Don’t close accounts. Accounts with positive standing that you’ve had for years work in your favor, so don’t close them. Use them for small purchases each month, and pay off the
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