Do agents actually sell homes?

Do agents actually sell homes?

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Do real estate agents actually “sell” houses? Let me ask you, the last time you purchased a home, would you have liked the home if a different agent had brought you there? Would you have liked the home if no agent was there?

Home Sellers – Which agent has the most number of buyers?

Home Sellers – Which agent has the most number of buyers?

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Recently, a Denver home seller asked me how many buyers I had for his home. As I was a little taken a back, I asked him why he was asking that question. He told me that another agent stated that with his large team, they worked with many buyers and could more easily...

Are the best agents on teams?

Are the best agents on teams?

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Are the best agents on large teams in Denver? At the end of the day, be aware that while the biggest firm, or highest sales volumes may seem dazzling, you should focus on selected a trusted advisor who can help you make the best financial decision. As I always tell...

Denver’s Walkability and Bikeability

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Walkable and bikeable neighborhoods offer many benefits to the environment, our health, and our communities. More importantly, walkable and bikeable neighborhoods help our finances. We are able to reduce costs for things like gas, car maintenance and doctor visits;...

​Do Not Use a Real Estate Agent!

​Do Not Use a Real Estate Agent!

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What clients do need, however, is an advisor with knowledge, experience and foresight to help with one of your biggest investment decisions. They do not need to be referred to as a lead or prospect or have pre-written sales scripts used on them.

Less than 20% down?  No problem!

Less than 20% down? No problem!

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Buying a home with less than 20% down in Denver? Our preferred lender Chad Van Zandt of Caliber Home Loans has some important tips of mortgage insurance.

Hike MS

Hike MS

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Want a free Apple iPad or Watch Sport? Help build a world free of Multiple Sclerosis (MS).

First‐Time Homebuyer Savings Accounts

First‐Time Homebuyer Savings Accounts

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A First‐time Homebuyer Savings Account allows any Denver or Colorado resident to set aside up to $50,000 toward the costs of closing on a new home. The earnings on those funds — interest and capital gains — are free from Colorado state taxes forever.