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Fresh to the Neighborhood: Dealing with Your Neighbors
Posted on 03/29/2020
Fresh to the Neighborhood: Dealing with Your Neighbors
Photo by Ricarda Mölck via Pixabay Moving to a new neighborhood brings with it, well, the new neighbors. Although you may be an exceptionally private person — others, by nature, are naturally curious. They want to know who’s moved in next door. This is particularly true when your house is just a few feet or a few inches...
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Facts About Your Credit Score
Posted on 03/22/2020
Facts About Your Credit Score
When you want to buy a home, you know that good credit will be necessary. You may have heard some things about your credit score that just aren’t true. Read on to set the record straight on some of the most significant misconceptions about credit. Checking Your Credit Only Gives You Knowledge Checking your credit score or report will...
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Buying a Zombie Property
Posted on 03/15/2020
Buying a Zombie Property
Photo by Daniel Tuttle on Unsplash Buying a home, especially for the first time, might feel a little scary—notably if you've learned the home you’re considering for purchase is a zombie property. Even a pro at buying property may flinch when they initially hear this term. No worries, a zombie property is not as frightening as it sounds....
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Use Vertical Space as a Storage Solution
Posted on 03/08/2020
Use Vertical Space as a Storage Solution
Image by Thanks for your Like • donations welcome from Pixabay One of the most untapped storage resources in your home is your vertical space. This valuable real estate can allow you to store items off the floor, reducing clutter and making your items more easily accessible for use. Looking for ways to maximize the storage space in...
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Types of "Subject-to" Real Estate Investments
Posted on 03/01/2020
Types of "Subject-to" Real Estate Investments
Image by Nattanan Kanchanaprat from Pixabay If you're looking for "subject-to" real estate, you know it can be a good investment. This kind of real estate is purchased "subject-to" the existing mortgage. So the buyer owns the property, but the mortgage stays in the seller's name. Payments are made by the buyer, but it's not necessary for that...
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Choosing Desirable Neighborhoods and Communities
Posted on 02/23/2020
Choosing Desirable Neighborhoods and Communities
Everyone defines the term "quality of life" differently, but if you asked 100 people, you'd probably hear a lot of similar answers. According to a Gallup study entitled "The State of American Well-Being," the basis for a good quality of life includes having a sense of purpose, feeling good about what you do every day, having supportive relationships, being...
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Is Selling a Home Easy?
Posted on 02/16/2020
Is Selling a Home Easy?
Selling your house should be a quick, seamless task. Yet the home selling journey varies based on a number of factors, including the condition of a seller's residence and the current state of the housing market. And if you fail to plan ahead for the home selling journey, you may struggle to achieve your desired results. There are several...
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Little Changes to Customize Your Luxury Home
Posted on 02/09/2020
Little Changes to Customize Your Luxury Home
Photo by Gerd Altmann via Pixabay When you find the perfect home, you will probably make some changes in the décor since not everyone has the same tastes in colors and textures. Painting the interior, changing carpets and flooring and updating fixtures such as the showers, sinks, tubs and toilets are all updates many people make when moving...
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Get the Best Price for Your House
Posted on 02/02/2020
Get the Best Price for Your House
No two houses are exactly the same. Much in the same vein, there is no one-size-fits-all solution to ensure a home seller can get the best price for his or her residence. However, there are several things that a seller can do to boost the likelihood of enjoying a profitable house selling experience, such as: 1. Improve Your Home's...
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Another Property Sold - 100 Park Avenue #1106, Denver, CO 80205
Posted on 01/31/2020
Another Property Sold - 100 Park Avenue #1106, Denver, CO 80205
VALUE+VIEWS, LOCATION+LAYOUT, AMENITIES+ACCESSIBILITY, UPDATES+UNIQUE=IDEAL LIVING! Unbelievable Opportunity in the Heart of Denver's Highly Coveted Uptown Neighborhood. Extremely RARE floor plan boasting a fully renovated integration of 2 END Units creating the ultimate 2Bed/2Bath Double Master Layout. Breathtaking, Unobstructed Views from the Large 11th Floor Balcony, Enjoy Bright Open Floor plan Entertaining in Gorgeous Updated Gourmet Kitchen. Brand New Flooring/carpet/paint & Bathroom Tile just installed. 2 Deeded Garage Parking spaces plus 2 additional Permit Reserved, Fantastic Amenities Include: Dog Park/Wash, Fitness Center,...
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First-Time Buyers: Foresight Over Hindsight
Posted on 01/26/2020
First-Time Buyers: Foresight Over Hindsight
Photo by GaudiLab via Shutterstock In the rush and excitement to find the perfect home and make it yours, there are some things best learned beforehand rather than through hindsight. Here are some suggestions from first-time homebuyers that would have made the entire process less challenging. Know where you stand. If you plan to buy a home, even...
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Streamline Your Property Search
Posted on 01/19/2020
Streamline Your Property Search
If you want to streamline your home search, there is no need to worry. In fact, there are several things you can do to quickly and effortlessly discover a great house at a budget-friendly price. Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you streamline your search for your ideal house. 1. Create Homebuying Criteria Homebuying criteria...
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