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New Condos in Fort Collins
We have 15 new condos we’re excited to show you. Today I’m showing you around our new condos, all located in old town Fort Collins. Starting at 0:20 in the video above, view a tour of one of our two-story condos. We have 15 available condos including ranches, studios, and two-stories like this one. All of these condos are engineered for sound privacy ...
Do You Need to Put 20% to Buy a Home?
Here’s how conventional, FHA, and VA loans make home buying possible for those just getting started. Do you need 20% down to buy a home? The answer is absolutely not. There are plenty of programs out there that don’t require 20%; you can put down as little as 3% on a conventional loan, 3.5% on an FHA loan, and for veterans—zero percent down on a VA...
An Update on Mortgage Rates
Here’s your latest update on the state of mortgage rates in the market right now and what that means for you. Since the beginning of the year, mortgage rates have fallen sharply, at least compared to last year—they’re down by about 1.5%. These rates are nearly equal to the lows we saw in 2012. This drop has resulted in increased purchasing power for...
Fort Collins Co Real Estate Agent Infographic
Find the right vendors for all your real estate needs in Fort Collins under one roof Fort Collins is a dream destination for many real estate buyers and sellers. We are extremely happy to release our annual interactive Fort Collins Colorado real estate community map. The community map will assist you in your property sales and search needs because we understand that looking for a top real estate agent who can guide you through the entire process is a challenge. We took our years of experienc...
Removing Your Personal Touches from a Home
Anytime you hope to sell your house fast, you want to make sure buyers can see themselves living there. Among the best ways to do that is to remove all your personal touches. In real estate terms, depersonalizing a house is called neutralization. That might not sound like much fun, but it's not a bad thing. It's just a matter of removing the "fingerprints" of the previous (or current) owner or tenant, so the potential new owners can see the house for what it really is, not what the seller is mak...
9 Tips for Using Curb Appeal to Sell Your Home for More
There are a lot of important things to consider when you're trying to sell your home. In the midst of trying to make everything inside look great so you can get your house on the market, don't forget about curb appeal. It's the overall attractiveness of your home when a buyer pulls up to the curb, and it can be critical to how fast you make a sale and whether you can get your asking price. The physical exterior, the façade, the landscaping, and all those outdoor things you might not really t...
Real Estate Staging: Understanding the Costs
Ready to stage your home? Convinced that it's worth it? That's great news. But of course, you're probably still wondering about the costs of home staging and whether you can really afford to stage your home the right way to bring in quality buyers. It's hard to give you a specific answer on the cost, because your market, location, and size of home will matter. Additionally, how much work your home is going to need will also affect the total cost you'll pay to stage it. If possible, you should...
The Value of Staging in Real Estate
When it comes to staging for real estate, there's much more to it than just knowing what it looks like and means. Being skeptical of its value is natural, too, but the true value of home staging is often much more than people think. Yes, it's important for buyers to see what a house will look like when it's being lived in, but those buyers may also live in it quite differently than the current owners. Many sellers will shrug off the idea of staging, because they assume that buyers will be able t...
Follow These Home Staging Tips for More Success
Is your home really ready to sell? If you haven't considered home staging tips for sellers, you might not yet be ready to put your home on the market. You don't need to worry, though. We will help you figure out what you need and want to do, to get your home staged and truly ready to sell. Although staging a home should cover every area of the house, there are some specific places you need to make sure are in the best state. For example, you will want to carefully consider the entrance to you...
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