Mortgage Rates – Where Do They Go Now?

After the Federal Reserve statement on Wednesday you may be wondering where will mortgage rates go from here? If you are not sure what I am talking about, check out the article on NPR about the Federal Reserve statement. So what does this mean for mortgage rates? Where they go from here, may take looking […]

Under contract to purchase a home, important tips you need to know

Helping your lender is critical when you are under contract to purchase a home. This may seem like a no brainer, but often times it is easy to put your lender on the back burner once you go under contract. Most buyers feel that now that they are under contract most of the work is […]

Student Loans- Why Paying Them Off Got Easier

So here you are. You have owned your home for some time now, and built quite a bit of equity in the house. But you have these student loans that just seem to be going nowhere. So you have thought to yourself, how can I pay them off? What if you could refinance your house […]

Want To Be A Landlord? Check These Hacks On #Landlording

So you have thought long and hard, are getting prepared to do this! Want to be a landlord? I am putting together a list of hacks to get you off and running. Of course, refer back to my previous blog on How To Get Into Real Estate Investing to freshen up on knowledge. Today, I am […]

5 Things To Consider If You Want To Be A Landlord

[video_embed name=”5 Things To Consider”] How do you know if you’re ready to be a landlord? This is a really good question.  Are you thinking about making your home a rental?  Are you thinking of buying a rental this year? We have added 5 things to consider if you want to be a landlord. This is definitely […]

Appraisals In Denver

[video_embed name=”Appraisals Denver”] Appraisals In Denver This has become somewhat of an issue for the Real Estate market.  Whether you are buying, selling or refinancing, appraisals are taking on average 4-6 weeks!  Luckily our average turn time is 3 weeks but this is still problematic.  Basically, there are more appraisal orders than there are appraisers […]