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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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How “AS IS” is “AS IS” in Real Estate?

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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A SECRET TO EARNING THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS FROM HOME

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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Skirting the Law in your First Time Home Purchase

Posted on February 11, 2015 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

  I’ve heard some say that from the very moment you make the decision to purchase your first home, you can count on Murphy’s Law.  You know the one.  “Anything that can go wrong will go wrong”.  I say it isn’t necessarily so. By preparing yourself and knowing the right questions to ask and the […]

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In the Shoes of a Real Estate Buyer

Posted on February 4, 2015 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

You’ve all heard the saying “You can’t see the forest for the trees”?  Of course, there is a lot of truth in that, which is why it is a cliché in the first place.  Getting caught up in the busyness of the business you do can cause a certain “blindness” to set in sometimes in […]

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4 Essentials of the Successful Home Sale

Posted on January 28, 2015 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

There are many factors that come into play when a house is put on the market for sale.  Having these 4 essential factors properly in place will go far in assuring you your most successful sales experience.   A great sales price; A great price does not mean a  price below market value.  The right […]

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Real Estate Remodels: I can do it – I saw it on TV!

Posted on January 21, 2015 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

Can you REALLY remake one room for under $500 in one weekend?  By yourself?  With no previous experience?  Or remodel a couple of rooms, new furniture included for just $1000?  According to those do it yourself TV shows you might easily get the idea that is not only possible but probable.  They even show you […]

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Title Insurance *EXPOSED*

Posted on January 14, 2015 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

Would you know what to do? Steve and Cheryl stood in the middle of the chaos of boxes stunned by the announcement.  “So, we don’t actually own the house?” Steve asked. “It isn’t that you don’t own the house exactly,” their Realtor answered. “its that there is a cloud on the title that will need […]

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How to get what you REALLY want from your Real Estate Home Purchase

Posted on January 9, 2015 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

I can still smell the fresh rolls my grandmother made to accompany our Sunday dinners when I was a kid.  The ingredients were simple and the baking didn’t take long, but because they were made from scratch they had a special taste no roll from a cardboard tube can ever match. There’s a deep satisfaction […]

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