The real estate process includes disclosures to benefit all parties involved. As a buyer, you’ll want to make sure you know about any issues with a potential home. As a seller, you’ll need to disclose all issues to follow the law and protect yourself.Read More
In October, 2015, new TRID rules took effect regarding mortgage disclosure forms. A few of these changes are having small effects on Denver real estate buyers and sellers. Preparation for some of these changes will ensure closings are not delayed for all parties involved as long as the new rules are followed. Furthermore homebuyers will be more informed prior to the actual closing.Read More
The real estate market usually changes with the calendar. Fall and early winter are typically slower seasons for buying and selling properties, but there’s always activity, especially in the Denver market.
We’ll discuss some of the pros and cons for fourth quarter (4Q) buyers and sellers to consider before making a transaction by the end of 2015.Read More
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