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Denver Metro – Hottest Real Estate Market in the Country

The 20 Hottest Housing Markets in October In case we needed further proof of just how how the local market is, here’s an article from the National Association of Realtors that shows Denver as the number one market in the … Continue reading

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2014 – The Year in a Nutshell

2014 – What was it like? Real Estate in 2014 was characterized by Low Inventory, Multiple Offers and Increasing Prices. Here’s an example to illustrate that. We listed a home in Boulder in November, about a week  before Thanksgiving. As … Continue reading

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Home Inventory Starting to Rise after Years of Declines

Number of Homes for Sale Increasing Slowly….. As you probably know, the last couple of years have seen a big turnaround in the housing market. We all hear about multiple offers and houses selling over list price, etc. This has … Continue reading

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Guess Where Homes Sell the Fastest ??

And the answer is….. Homes are selling faster in the Denver Metro Area than anywhere else in the country! According to a recent article in the National Association of Realtors magazine, the median days on the market in Denver is … Continue reading

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Boulder County Real Estate 2013 – A Big Year!

2013 – The Year of the “Under Contract” It was a great year in 2013 if you were a Seller and a difficult, at times excruciating one, for Buyers. Sellers were treated to multiple offers and selling over list price … Continue reading

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New Mortgage Rules will impact Buyers in 2014

How Dodd Frank Legislation may affect Buyers seeking Loans in 2014 You may have heard about the Dodd Frank bill that was passed in the aftermath of the Banking Crisis in 2008. The goal was to put regulations in place … Continue reading

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After the Flooding in Jamestown

Reflecting on Jamestown My wife and I went to a flood relief dinner and gathering for residents of Jamestown last night at the Boulder Theater. We lived in Jamestown for our first 10 years in Colorado and our daughter grew … Continue reading

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