10. Take-away Perfected Let’s admit it. Ordering Chipotle on your phone app and having it ready for pickup before the time it takes you to
In Colorado, real property taxes are paid in arrears, meaning that you will pay the 2020 taxes in 2021. Depending on the date of your
If you’re an experienced real estate flipper you may know about hold-open title policies because they can save you a lot of money on title
Buyers are asking this question: Should I buy now, or wait to see if the market drops. This short video discusses some key real estate
Denver’s real estate market has shown a huge rebound now that in-person showings have resumed. Here’s a breakdown of the largest segment of homes, those
This will take a few moments to read, but it’s worth the effort. It’ll give you some great content to share with clients and prospects.
Updated on April 9, 2020 Denver’s Order Denver Mayor Hancock’s announcement Monday of a stay-at-home order sent some shock waves through the real estate industry. My
We just updated our 25 Year Home Appreciation Map. Click on the map below to zoom in and check out your neighborhood. You’ll see that
Every month we get inundated with stats about home sales across the nation, across the state, and across the front range. As for “local” stats,
Over the last several weeks we’ve heard a lot of news about lower interest rates motivating buyers to look for a new home. In the
The Colorado Real Estate Commission just adopted new closing instruction forms. Implementation Date You can use the current Closing Instructions form or the newly adopted
Average and median price statistics don’t always tell the full story of our real estate market. This Denver Business Journal by Andrew Dodson correctly points
The 2019 Contract form mandates that sellers provide several additional HOA documents to buyers. The problems is that many association managers are unaware of the
The 2019 Contract form contains a new deadline related to inspection, the “Inspection Termination Deadline.” There’s lots of confusion about how to use this deadline.
Kelcey McClung wrote about January 2019 home sales in the Denver Business Journal. She provides evidence that real estate market trends point to a more
Colorado 2019 legislative session is up and running. Here are a few real estate related bills that we’re keeping an eye on this session. Deeds
The 2019 Contract forms default to “Special Warranty Deed” as the deed type. As the buyer, would you want a “General Warranty Deed? What’s the
In Colorado, real property taxes are paid in arrears, meaning that you will pay your 2018 taxes in 2019. Depending on the date of your
It’s that time of year when we look around the house and try to figure out where we’re going to put all the stuff we
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