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Want a Rate in the 3’s?

Homebuyers this summer have 2 BIG pain points, one is soaring home prices over the last 2 years. Second, is soaring mortgage rates this year. However, rates are down over ½% since they peaked above 6% in June. And I am hopeful that rates will ...

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6 Mistakes Sellers Are Making Currently

This was a great story from that I will highlight for you. First, buyer psychology is saying “NO!” to bidding wars out of fatigue and many more homes for sale. But, seller psychology has yet to catch to this new reality. Here ...

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Denver’s Biggest Events for September 2022

Robert Plant & Alison Krauss  (Sept. 1, 2022) – These two legends are performing on a legendary stage. Don't miss two of the biggest voices in rock and country at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Phish  (Sept. 1–4, 2022) – It wouldn't...

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The Colorado Gardener’s Guide to Fall Planting

It’s hard to say goodbye to the zinnias and roses and sunflowers of the summer season, or the tomatoes and zucchini of the vegetable garden. But just because the weather is cooling down doesn’t mean your green thumb needs to go into hiberna...

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New Home Construction is Slowing Down

The National Association of Home Builders released their June report— · Housing starts were down 2% to an annual pace of 1.56 million units. Single-family starts were down 8.1%. · Housing permits were down 0.6% last month and single-famil...

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DMAR Real Estate Market Trends Report | AUG. ’22

July 2022 showed a summer market that is receiving a “cool off,” but with current conditions, it’s still not enough to push Denver Metro’s current seller’s market to a buyer’s market. The data confirms that the Denver Metro area ...

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Amazingly Few Foreclosures & Other Stats

· reported that median rent in June across the 50 largest metro areas climbed 14.1% from June 2021. This is the smallest increase this year. Maybe rental appreciation rates will slow down too. · Redfin reported that in June only ...

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Mortgage Rates Rise Again After Recording Sharp Drop

Mortgage rates increased for the first time in three weeks. The average rate on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage rose to 5.51%, mortgage-finance giant Freddie Mac said Thursday. That is up from 5.30% last week, when rates recorded the largest w...

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CO is Short 127k Homes

Up for Growth, a non-profit committed to solving our country’s housing shortage released a report last week in which they estimate that our country’s housing deficit has increased from 1.65 million in 2012 to 3.8 million as of 2019. It coul...

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Why We Lack Affordable Housing

The Common Sense Institute just released a new report on Colorado’s lack of affordable housing and why housing costs will continue to increase due to upcoming new regulations that will electrify housing and commercial construction. Here is wh...

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