1. Is 2019 The Best Time To Sell Your House?

    The economists have weighed in, and it certainly looks like 2019 is shaping up to be the best year for a while where you’ll get the opportunity to really sell your house for the cash price you want. In fact, they’re estimating a bit of a downturn in late 2019 and 2020. Plus, they think by 2021 that housing values will have plummeted and if you’re going to get out of the real estate market an…Read More

  2. What Is Pre-Forclosure?

    Understanding foreclosure is something no one ever really wants to have to look into. The idea of foreclosure is extremely unpleasant. Instead of moving on from a bad situation on your own terms, it mainly features the court forcing you out of what you thought was going to be a milestone in your life. We’re here to guide you through what you need to understand about the nature of foreclosure and…Read More

  3. How to Sell Your House For As Much Money as Possible

    Whatever the reasoning behind selling your house, whether you’re trying to avoid foreclosure, you’re liquidating shared assets for a divorce, you’re trying to pay for the probate charges associated with an estate or you’ve inherited a house you don’t want, you still want the absolute most money that you can get out of selling your property. The best way to go about this is to first manag…Read More

  4. Why Is Someone Offering To Pay Cash For My House?

    You may have seen signs or heard ads that offer to pay cash for houses, but what exactly does that mean? Is it a scam or a legitimate offer? This blog post will give you a look into the real estate investment industry to answer these commonly asked questions. Why Would Someone Pay Cash for My House? If a person or company is offering to give you a large sum of cash for your house and promising to …Read More

  5. What it Means When Your Ugly House Becomes a Foreclosure

    If you lived through the Great Recession, you’re at least familiar with the idea of foreclosure. Back then, millions of families became intimately familiar with the process surrounding foreclosure and even now, around 250,000 families enter into foreclosure every three months. It’s a scary ordeal and it can feel daunting to watch it loom nearer on the horizon. But if you’re more sure of what…Read More

  6. 5 Ways To Tell If A Cash Home Buyer Is A Scammer

    Anytime you try to sell a house fast for cash, there’s a chance you might come across real estate scammers. The last thing you want during the process of selling your home is to lose money, so keep reading to learn about 5 common scams and how to avoid them. 1. The Buyer Never Sees The House If the buyer says they will buy the house without even coming to look at the property, this is usually a …Read More

  7. Fort Collins Market From a Real Estate Buyer’s Perspective

    The recent boom in the Fort Collins area can, at least, partially be attributed to the Mile High City’s current population jump. This has caused Denver’s cost of living to jump in response and forced some Denver residents to turn their eye toward Fort Collins as an alternative. Currently, Fort Collins rings in as the fourth most populated city in a state that is certainly undergoing a signific…Read More

  8. Facing Foreclosure? What To Expect

    There are two types of foreclosures – judicial & nonjudicial. In Colorado, almost all foreclosures are non-judicial, which means is does not go through a court. This article will walk you through what that means for the foreclosure process and procedures, your rights and protections in the process, and whether you’ll be liable for a deficiency after the foreclosure sale. Process and Proced…Read More