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Denver MLS Statistics for November 2014

As our fiscal year comes to an end I am feeling the pains of not having enough inventory to show my buyers. When we received the Denver MLS statistics a couple of the numbers took my breath away. Our inventory of homes for sale is down 27.5% from last year! While it is typical that we see fewer houses become available this time of year, we have … [Read more...]

Buyer Guarantee

As a Quality Service Certified Professional I earn my designation one satisfied customer at a time. I earned my Platinum Status in 2013 and work hard to let every client know what this means to them.   I do so many more things than what is stated on this Buyer Guarantee, but I want you to know the big picture process. I negotiate … [Read more...]

Certified Negotiation Expert – Amy Cesario

We always say, everything is negotiable in Real Estate. That is why our contracts are written as they are, it isn't a one size fits all transaction. There are at least 150 points in the Colorado Real Estate Contract that might be considered negotiation points. After 15 years of selling real estate and negotiating many more transactions than I … [Read more...]

1888 S Jackson #203 | Denver, CO 80210

                          Price: $150,000 Bedrooms: 1 Bathrooms: 1 Square Feet:  746 Reserved Off Street Parking: 1 HOA: $265 Taxes: $532 Spectacular one bedroom condo in the Wellington Square high rise.  This is one of the few completely … [Read more...]

What is the Cost of Waiting?

What is the cost of waiting to purchase a home in Denver, Colorado? Of course I'd love to pull out my crystal ball and give you a clear reading, but based on history and recent projections by Freddie Mac, we can give you idea of what those predictions could cost you. This is what Freddie Mac says is going to happen to the interest … [Read more...]

Sacrifices People are Making to Purchase a Home

Sacrifice? You mean make a sacrifice to invest in yourself? Wondering if you should do it? Do you need to keep up with the Jones's? Are they buying a house or living with luxury items? Don't miss out, the next couple years will be great for investing in yourself and according to the National Association of Realtor statistics this is what first time … [Read more...]

Increasing Cost of Renting

The increasing cost of renting graph, sparked an important thought that I think many people forget about: If you purchased a house now and paid it off in 30 years, you wouldn't have a house payment or rent payment.  Chart Courtesy of Keeping Current Matters  Let me know if you want to know more about purchasing a home in the … [Read more...]