Most people are curious about what luxury living looks like in their neck of the woods. How many millions would it take and what do you get for all those zeros? Let’s looks at some facts for Metro Denver over the last year: Less than 2% of the homes sold over the last twelve months had a price tag of …
Do websites like Zillow and Trulia create a situation where buyers and sellers just get together directly, eliminating the need for a real estate agent? The most definitive answer is “NO” and it comes from a surprising source.
Inexpensive landscaping improvements made today provide increasing value as the landscaping matures — the exact opposite of interior improvements that tend to be expensive today and decline in value as they get dated.
Right now, sellers can sell quickly and for more than their home has ever been worth in many cases and still have options to implement strategies to protect themselves in case they cannot find an appropriate, exciting or acceptable replacement home.
Multiple offers on a given property become common any time we enter a strong seller’s market. This phenomenon can create frustrations for buyers. Less appreciated is the fact that it can create headaches for sellers too.