First time home buyer? Moving from out-of-state? Looking for your next great investment? Our home buyer tips cover all that and more!

We hear this question almost daily, is the Denver real estate market going to crash? Is the Denver real estate market a bubble? In short, the answer is an emphatical no. The reason is that this market was built completely differently than the market that crashed in 2008. Interest rates are low, borrowers are truly qualified and have made significant down payments on their homes, and inventory is still incredibly thin. While many areas of the economy have contracted, the housing market has stayed remarkably strong. 

When COVID-related shutdowns began in March, real estate brokers and clients scrambled to respond to the shift. Record-low interest rates caused some lenders to call a halt to new underwriting, and homeowners debated whether or not to put…

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Whether you're a first-time homebuyer or a seasoned homeowner, shopping for a new home can feel daunting. 56% of buyers said that "finding the right property" was the most challenging step in the home buying process. It doesn't help in this current market when often home sellers are only allowing 15 minute showing windows, and offers need to be submitted without a chance to see the home twice. The bottom line, the stakes are higher than they have ever been.

Buying a home is a significant commitment of both time and money. And a home purchase has the power to improve both your current quality of life (and your long-term wealth-building). Doing your homework before you start home shopping, and make sure to work with a top-rated Denver real estate…

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If you need help navigating this market, call us at (303) 532-4742. Buyer fatigue is real at the moment, with lots of buyers giving up on their search. Sellers are getting bad advice, listing with no plan or execution. When you work with us, you are working with the very best Denver real estate agents.

April 2021 Update: 

It's easy to have a scarcity mindset when we look at the active listing numbers for the first part of 2021. March inventory is down 71% year-over-year, which is scary given that the busiest part of our real estate season is right around the corner. But here's the critical number: 5,513 new listings hit the market in March. That's down year-over-year, but it's good news given the historically low inventory in 2021. So, why are we…

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