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Should I Make Any Home Improvements Before I Sell?

One common question home sellers ask is, "what should I do to get my home ready to sell?" This is a loaded question because the answer depends on their timeline, their budget, and the current market (sellers, neutral, or buyers). The answer for you will also depend on these factors. No matter how much money you have allocated to get your home read[...]

Is a contingency to sell your home a deal-breaker to buy in Denver?

We're sure you've heard how competitive and fast-paced the Denver housing market is these days. If you haven't, we will confirm that it is still crazy, but not as crazy as it was three months ago. In April, the norm was for listings receiving ten or more offers, sales hitting far above list price, and little to no leverage for buyers during nego[...]

3 alternative routes to selling before you buy

Feel stuck in your current home? If you are under the impression that you need to sell and move out of it before you buy a new one, think again! You're not alone in that impression, but the reality is that selling and moving out before you buy is not always necessary. Looking for an alternative route? Read on for three options to consider that may[...]

Afraid of being homeless after you list your home?

As we all know, for the last five years, Denver has been deep into a seller's market in the single family home category. The problem isn't selling the home, it's finding a replacement if you plan on staying in Denver. The Contract to Buy and Sell doesn't have any built-in contingencies for sellers to back out of the sale, unless your real estate br[...]
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