We are very excited to share with you our first ever video testimonial from one of our recent clients, Anna. Anna and her husband started their home search earlier this year but they quickly became frustrated when they lost a bid on a home they loved. Watch their story below on how their frustration turned into happy home ownership. Thank you Anna for sharing your experience.
There is no doubt that houses are moving fast in the Denver metro area. In our last blog post 'Congratulations Denver, Colorado!', we shared that Denver's homes lasted an average of 8 days on the market; 8 days is not much time to really think about what that means nor how buying a home will affect you, the home buyer. For this reason, it is CRUCIAL to prepare for the process before you are really ready to make the jump and the good news is that we are here to help!
Lets take a look at what you can do to prepare to buy a home in this fast moving market.
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Know what you want and make a wish list
Take a moment to think about what you would want in a home as
Today's blog post is to congratulate Denver, Colorado on being such a hot and growing housing market. We've done some research to see where we stand amongst other cities and the numbers are quite surprising.
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According to Realtor.com, in their article Titled “The 20 Hottest U.S. Real Estate Markets in June” article published June 29th 2015, Denver ranks number 3 in their top 20 list; with San Francisco, CA coming in at number 1 and Dallas, TX at number 5. Surprisingly, Realtor.com has put Denver on the top of their list when it came to median number of days (8) that homes were on the market before a contract was signed as seen in
As the Colorado market continues to increase in price so are rental properties. IHOMESCOLORADO is here to help you if you find yourself being forced to move out of your rental into a situation that you had initially not planned for nor possibly wanted.
Undoubtedly, house prices are going up and homes are selling quickly. According to REColorado in their monthly statistics published June 3rd 2015 “Sustained increases in demand kept Denver home sales in positive territory in May, with the number of sold listings rising for the fourth consecutive month. The number of homes sold in May reached 4,953, a 12 percent month-over-month increase and a 13 percent decrease year over year. Year-to-date, the cumulative number of sold listings is consistent with