What’s Ahead For Real Estate in 2019?

As we begin another year, everyone wants to know: “Where is the housing market headed in 2019?” It’s not only buyers, sellers, and homeowners who are impacted. The real estate market plays an integral role in the overall U.S. economy.  Fortunately, key indicators point toward a stable housing market in 2019 with signs of modest […]

VA Loan Limits -2017 Announced

VA loan limits for 2017 have been released. Following suit with Conventional loans limits for 1-unit properties. Given the cost of housing in Denver and Colorado continue to increase it is no surprise to see VA loan limits going up. Denver is considered a high cost area which is why you will see loan limits higher […]

In & Around Denver-Events, Openings, Food, Hikes & More This Weekend

I’ve pulled together a collaboration of endless activities going on this weekend in and around Denver. I will get straight to the point because I have a lot to cover in just one post!  For starters, this weekend is the 47th year of the Oktoberfest which takes place on 20th & Larimer.  Here you will […]

Adventures in Glenwood Springs

Looking for a good quick getaway, maybe a “staycation”, I have just the place for you. Whether you are looking for a nice romantic weekend getaway or perhaps a family adventure.  Glenwood Springs is the place you want to venture off to.  As a kid,I used to go up to Glenwood with my sisters in […]

Quick Mortgage Pre-Approval

Whether you are looking to refinance or to purchase a home there are way too many advertisements giving you a “streamlined” option to get a quick mortgage pre-approval. I am extremely perplexed about the calls and conversations I’ve been having these past few weeks. Most of the calls state that they have already spoken with […]

Denver’s Real Estate Market

I read a great article in the Denver Post regarding Denver’s Real Estate Market. It addressed how frustrations are rising among buyers and sellers and rightfully so, with overbidding,sellers less willing to compromise, buyers backing out, as the Denver Post stated, “the gloves are on”.  The article continues with stating that as many as 23 percent […]