New Sales Stats for Houses Sold in Parker Colorado … Continue reading →
I was right when I wrote earlier this year about forced affordable housing being required on our area suburbs as developers in Parker are now building 3 new apartment complexes that will feature Section 8 housing and I have heard … Continue reading →
Gary Bauer who used to prepare the local Denver housing reports for decades last week put together a comparison report of Denver real estate from 1990 through 2015 and compared it to gold and stocks and this story appeared on www.DenverRealEstateWatch.com Click to read more….Continue reading →
The majority of my retirement is invested in real estate for one simple reason: I can’t find a better place to invest for maximum returns. The rest of my portfolio has been in stocks, money market and bonds and besides increasing my stress levels with some wild fluctuations, those just have not produced the results I had hoped for. To demonstrate what I mean, I am going to take one of my best stock investments – Apple, and compare it to one of my rental properties. These are actual* numbers over a period of four years with an initial cash investment of $23,000.Continue reading →
Dave Sachleben has announced that ROI Denver Realty has merged with Tiger Realty services; taking the name of the later. These two highly respected companies have 25+ years of combined experience in the real estate industryContinue reading →
Denver defied a national trend in January by seeing a big uptick in the number of institutional investors buying homes here, according to RealtyTrac.Continue reading →
And this is particularly true with real estate and putting your home on the market – because homes, locations, aesthetics and such are so much a matter of personal preference, some people will find something to criticize about even the most perfectly staged, priciest properties on the market.
As a home seller, your job is not to …Continue reading →
With inventories down and prices up, sellers are ending the costly incentives they have been forced to offer buyers during the six-year long buyers’ market. Concession-free transactions make deal-making simple on both sides of the table.Continue reading →
The number of homes available for sale in metro Denver dropped to the lowest level for a January in 23 years, according to a Metrolist Inc. report issued Friday.
Thinking of selling now is the time.
December was the 11th straight month of year-over-year price gains for Denver-area homes, according to the CoreLogic home price index report today. Dennis Huspeni reports. Read the full story … Continue reading →