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Denver Real Estate- Rising Mortgage Rates – Have You Concerned?

Here we are, the days are getting longer! You would think the Denver real estate market would be about to wake up from its winter slumber. Wait this is not 2012. So, unless you have been under a rock, that is not the case in Denver. The news to start 2018 in Denver real estate has been […] …read more

Top 5 Reasons To Use A Bridge Loan

So you want to sell your home in Denver this spring? But you are concerned. You live in Denver, one of the hottest real estate markets in the nation. There is a lack of inventory, and you don’t want to have to write an offer that is contingent of selling your existing home. So, what […] …read more

Bridge Loan: Qualify on a new home without being contingent on sale of your existing

Bridge Loans from Ray Williams on Vimeo. Qualifying for a purchase in the Denver metro area can be a struggle if you are contingent on the sale of your property.  And the majority of us don’t have the assets needed to help bridge the gap for a down payment without the sale of our existing […] …read more

2018 Conforming Loan Limits

2018 Conforming (a.k.a Conventional) loan limits have been announced! Looking good for the Denver metro area, better than expected. Nationally that will be at $453,100 (up from $424,100) and in Colorado (drumroll please) we will see Denver & major metro at $529K (high balance loan limit)!  For other counties in Colorado, we are looking at: El […] …read more

Should You Use Property Management Or Not?

Posted on November 8, 2017 by Ray Williams (NMLS #216267). Tagged: , , ,

Here you are, maybe a seasoned investor or buying your first rental (heck maybe moving out of your house and making it a rental). You may have that question running through your mind. Should you use property management? It is something we all go through, and a great question. I have been on both sides […] …read more