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Condo vs House; Which Real Estate choice is your best?

Posted on April 22, 2015 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

Not all homes styles are created equally.  The needs, wants and desires of each Buyer and Seller are also not all equally the same. As you contemplate the purchase or the sale of real estate, would you rather be treated as just another client on the conveyor belt, or related and listened to as an […]

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Highest & Best with Favorable Outcome in Real Estate Offers

Posted on April 15, 2015 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

When more than one person decides they want to purchase the same property, things can get tense very quickly. If you find yourself in a situation where the house you’ve finally fallen in love with may become someone else’s domain, is there anything you can do to tip the scales in your favor?   At […]

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Chopping Down Home Owner Taxes

Posted on April 8, 2015 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

Give me a T….T!   Wish I had an AX to chop those tax burdens down to size! It’s tax season, and cheering isn’t quite what we have on our minds. As sure as we count on the sun returning to it’s place to burn bright in our sky each morning, in the same manner […]

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It’s a Blooming Good Time for Real Estate!

Posted on April 1, 2015 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

Metro Denver is blooming with homes and the time is right to pick the patch to plant your roots! The housing market in Metro real estate is alive with activity and it’s a GREAT TIME to: PUT YOUR HOUSE ON THE MARKET TO SELL PURCHASE YOUR NEW HOME! From Adams County to Weld County and […]

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Selling a house in a HOT market

Posted on March 25, 2015 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

Adams County real estate is experiencing a serious shortage of real estate.  Last week I put a house on the market on Friday afternoon and by Saturday afternoon the Sellers biggest concern was where would they stay after the swift closing until their new home was ready to move into? Low inventory can lead to […]

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6 Necessities to For Sale By Owner Successfully

Posted on March 18, 2015 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

Have you heard the saying “Cash poor but house rich”? There was a time, when there seemed no limit to the rate of rising house prices and steady equity increases were taken for granted.  Investing in home ownership had such a rosy financial outlook that many did so under these circumstances: Buying the maximum house […]

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Beating TIME to Buy in Metro Denver Real Estate Market

Posted on March 11, 2015 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

You’ve been reading the headlines, especially in the Metro Denver area, your heart is longing for it and you are totally ready to bring those homeownership dreams to pass. Home prices are reasonable, interest rates are low (but heading up, so time is of the essence!) and the economy is continuing in an upwards progression.  […]

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Buying a house in “As Is” condition

Posted on March 5, 2015 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

The term “AS IS” in my opinion is one of those universally misunderstood concepts that everyone agrees to agree to even though their definitions may not be equal to each other. If you think that statement is confusing then you have a firm grasp of what “AS IS” may very well be referring to. Agreeing […]

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Thinking of selling a house in Metro Denver? Here’s why you should sell now!

Posted on February 25, 2015 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

We are two months into 2015 and most of Metro Denver is covered in snow or has just been cleared of snow. It’s a great time to: Take down the Christmas lights and store the wreath for another year Re-stock the rock salt horde for the next snowfall SELL YOUR  HOUSE  AND  MOVE  UP! Interest […]

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Posted on February 18, 2015 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

THE SECRET TO EARNING $18000 IN COLD HARD CASH FROM YOUR HOME If I offered to pay you $50 every month for the next 30 years and all you had to do was one time, spend about 3-5 hours asking certain people certain questions, would you do it?  I’m guessing you most likely would.  Even […]

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