Do Your Future Plans Include a Move? What’s Stopping You from Listing Now?

Are you an empty-nester? Do you want to retire where you are, or does a vacation destination sound more your style? Are you close to retirement and not ready to move yet, but living in a home that is too big in size and maintenance needs? How can you line up your current needs with…

Why Hire a Listing Agent When You Can Hire a Marketing Agent? Pt 2/2: Strike Price

Put yourself in the buyers shoes- which homes do you think all buyers want to see first?  Of course they want to see the best priced homes, they all do!  We want to make sure your initial list price will excite buyers strongly enough so we can generate multiple showings and multiple offers.  So how…

Denver – a growing, thriving, and ideal real estate market

Denver is one of the fastest growing cities for Millennials in the country And, it’s not just the “Rocky Mountain High Factor…” Denver has legitimate urban living, then 45 minutes away you have biking, skiing, hiking, dog sledding, rock climbing, white water rafting and more while indulging in the 14,000 foot mountains. The other huge…

Be “In the Market” not “On the Market” Part 1/2- the effects of over pricing

Why Hire a Listing Agent when you can hire a Marketing Agent? There are many tools, websites and people out there that will attempt to tell you how much your home will sell for.  The fact is, nobody definitively knows that number, and if they tell you they do-they are lying.  The simple answer is…

Andrew’s November Round Up: Whats coming for the winter?

With the holidays in full tow, people across the country are beginning to think about what their life will look like in the new year.  Every fall we ponder weather we should relocate to a different part of the country to find better year-round weather or perhaps across the state for better job opportunities. Homeowners…

Case-Shiller: August Home Prices Accelerate

According to the Case-Shiller 20-City Home Price Index, U.S. home prices increased by 0.40 percent in August, which boosted year-over-year home price growth to 5.10 percent. Denver, Colorado continued to lead in home price gains with a monthly increase of 0.90 percent and a year-over-year gain of 10.70 percent. San Francisco, California also posted a year-over-year gain of 10.70 percent, but posted a month-to-month loss of -0.10 percent. Portland, Oregon posted a year-over-year gain of 9.40 percent with a month-to-month gain of 1.10 percent.