Artists and art galleries. Open-air art installations. Eclectic bars and restaurants. Creative live-work dwellings. These are just some of the characteristics of Denver’s thriving RiNo neighborhood, an industrial...Read More >
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Real estate is a mobile business, and nothing symbolizes mobility more than the Airstream brand. Everywhere we go we generate enthusiasm and interactivity among residents.READ MORE
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Urban Luxe owner Heidi Finn and Vern Yip judge three unconventional Denver home renovations- a church in Platte Park, an old garage in RiNo, and a abandoned warehouse on Colfax- check out who was crowned with the best 'Bang for Your Buck' title and awarded a $10,000 cash prize!
This is the fourth time you’ve found a house in the perfect neighborhood. You submitted an offer on the first day and was just told it wasn’t the winning offer- AGAIN.
You’re discouraged and frustrated. You think you did everything right, so why wasn’t your offer accepted? Here’s the top five reasons Sellers decline offers, ESPECIALLY in this market…
1. “THE LOWBALL” Seller Interpretation: Regardless if our home is new to market or its been on the market for awhile, offering a lowball offer is a guaranteed way to either offend me or make me think you’re ‘not that serious.‘ “If you’re writing offers on houses in the $500,000 range, and all your offers are for $450,000, you are never going to be successful in purchasing those houses. Be realistic” says Heidi Finn, Employing Broker/Owner of Urban Luxe Real Estate in Denver, Colorado. “Find out how much comparable properties have sold for and when, as well as check the price of comparable homes currently on the market. Use both to help better determine fair market value and include these ‘comps’ with your offer so the Seller and Seller’s Broker see you and your Broker are serious and have done your homework.” Read More>
By now you’ve probably heard about the importance of conducting a home inspection before going forward with the purchase of a new home. Regardless if the home is worth $200K or $2M, a thorough home inspection will help you make an informed decision on the condition of the home and repairs that are needed before going forward with the purchase.
But surprisingly enough, general inspections don’t test everything. Here are four specialized inspections you can’t afford to skip: