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Do Your Clients Have Lots of Student Loan Debt?

About 10 days ago President Biden announced that the student loan forbearance program now goes through January which means no monthly payments and no interest accruing on those debts. This also means a borrower’s credit report shows t...

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Is Now a Bad Time to Buy a Home?

In another survey by Fannie Mae they released their Home Purchase Sentiment Index for July. 66% of respondents said now is a bad time to buy a home due to high home prices. Only 28% said it’s a good time to buy a home. But 75% of responde...

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Denver architecture: Carpenter Gothic

Inspired by Romanesque architecture, Gothic is a style of architecture from Europe that emphasizes height and exhibits an intricate, delicate aesthetic. Though its roots are French, the Gothic approach can be found in churches, cathedrals, ...

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August 2021 Market Trends Report from DMAR

The August report, according to recent data provided by the Denver Metro Associations of Realtors Market Trends Committee, showcases the July market transactions encompassing the 11 counties of the Denver Metro Area.   &nb...

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4 Bedroom Villa with Ocean and Landscape View

Semi-detached house, with basement, ground floor and 1st floor, located in Casal Mota, Famalicão da Nazaré. Quiet area, close to the countryside and beaches, Salgado, São Martinho do Porto, Nazaré, etc. Quick access to hypermarkets, shops ...

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Denver architecture: Rustic Style

Rustic style architecture is characterized by its natural setting and its use of log and stone for building materials.  Designed to blend in with the natural environment, these structures are usually vacation homes, hunting lodges, dude ra...

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Market Trends Overview | AUGUST ’21

You August Market Trends Report and Infographic have arrived! July 2021 data demonstrates that the pool of buyers continues to shrink in terms of affordability while sellers continue to list their homes in expectations of it selling higher. ...

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What is an Appraisal Gap on a Home Purchase?

An appraisal gap is the difference that occurs when a buyer's offer is higher than the actual appraised value of the property (which is usually the amount the bank will loan for the home) that they are contracting to purchase. It is an issu...

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