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Melissa, if you'd like to talk about selling your home very fast please give me a call. I work in the largest real estate office in the state of Colorado and we can get it done as fast as you want. There are lots of cash buyers out there that want to close fast. The best way to get your home noticed by these cash buyers is through a Realtor. Call me anytime.
Google "50+ retirement communities. There will be nothing near downtown Denver and nothing in Boulder. Fairway Villas in Denver is 15 minutes from the airport, DIA. There several houses being developed in retirement communities in Broomfield, Aurora, Highlands Ranch. Good luck.... more
IF it was not disclosed to you when you purchased your home that important details about your home that are relevant to your safety would be forever present on the internet, creating hazard, peril and your ability to enjoy your home diminished, you should consult your attorney. Your agent, your agents broker, your agents franchise, the listing agent, the listing agent broker, the listing agent franchise conspired to create this hazard, without effort to disclose, and you should hold them all accountable.... more
Rent to own is typically very unfavorable for the renter/buyer. You are better off repairing your credit or taking whatever steps you need to that are currently holding you back from purchasing a home as it will be less expensive for you as well as put you in a less risky position. I hope this info helps, feel free to reach out with any questions.... more
I don't know any roofers in the area. I think that I should find one though. Some of the shingles of my roof have been falling off and I don't want this to become a serious issue. http://www.lucasroofing.com... more
If you have any friends, coworkers or neighbors who have had this type of work done recently, you should talk to them about it. Beyond that though, I would suggest talking to a variety of companies and technicians about what you need done. You can get some quotes from them and get an idea of what they're like. With that information you should be able to figure out what the best option is for you.
Can someone help me? I have rented my property currently for almost 3 years now. The previous owner requested that I move out by June 7, 2015 with monetary incentive. My husband and I agreed to the request. We searched aggressively for another property. We found one, and the owner sold the property to the new owners. We signed a lease for another property starting May 1st. We gave 30 days notice to the new owners April 1st. They did not contacts us until the 14th stating that regardless of us giving 30 days notice, we were still liable for rent in May and in June. They said we signed a tenant estoppel that holds us to it. We did not realize that the tenant estoppel nulled any agreement between us and the former owner. The agreement is in writing in our email. The real estate agent, the same woman who asked us to sign the estoppel, was aware of our agreement. Are we still liable?... more
There's no such thing as average utility costs. How old is the house? How well is it insulated? Are the windows single pane or low-E/Argon filled thermal pane? How new or old is the hating and cooling system? How many people live in the home and what are their lifestyles like? What's the square footage?
Even getting the specific utility information for a specific property is data without context as you do not ever know how the current occupants live. Do they keep the heat set at 65 in the winter and wear sweaters or do they crank it up and walk around in shorts and a t-shirt? A house with 2 adults and 3 teenagers is going to consume more than the same house and two working professionals who are at work all day.
Buyers ask this question regularly, and while it can't hurt to get the specific utility bills for a property you're going to buy, it's still of limited value and may or may not reflect your utility usage. If the amount of the utility bills may be a deciding factor in whether to purchase a home or not, my advice is ratchet down your purchase price.... more
You can go that route, the only thing with that is that you will have to qualify for your current mortgage, the HELOC, the new mortgage along with all your other obligations. They will not exclude your current mortgage and HELOC unless they are paid off before the closing on the new home. I hope this information helps. Let me know if you have any other questions.... more
The BEST source of leads should be your sphere and past clients. If you're a new agent, then you should try working open houses, expired/withdrawn listings, and farming a neighborhood. You shouldn't have to pay for leads. It's a waste of money and most of them aren't very good.... more