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Is Buying a House Now Right for YOU?

Posted on September 29, 2015 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

If you have any interest in the Real Estate industry I’m sure you’ve been keenly aware of the mortgage news headlines.  Credit has been tougher than usual and lenders have been a little stingy about mortgage loans.  We’ve seen a different headline recently, indicating that that the lenders are loosening the purse strings after a […]

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PreSale Preps for the Purchaser

Posted on August 14, 2015 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

One of a first time home buyers darkest fears is making less than the best decision. Purchasing a new home is bound to be the biggest and most expensive buy any person makes in their lifetime.  I totally understand that fear.  This isn’t shoes.  If they don’t fit quite right or they don’t go with […]

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Mid Year Round up in Thornton & Westminster Real Estate Scene

Posted on July 15, 2015 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

  If you are looking to buy or sell a home; the forecast calls for a sunny summer filled with possibilities!

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Curbside Eye Candy the Real Estate Way

Posted on June 17, 2015 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

According to the poll takers and the National Association of Realtors statisticians over HALF of all homes are sold before the Agent opens the lock box and gets the front door opened. The other half don’t stand a chance. Want to know why? What the eye see’s is conveyed to the heart and can be […]

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3 Steps to Selling Well; a Real Estate perspective

Posted on May 27, 2015 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

You’ve heard it many times before but it is no less true; right now really is a good time to be in the market to sell a home. Economically the low unemployment rate means more people are in the market for a home.  Statistically, the inventory is low so the competition is minimal.  And emotionally, […]

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Is PMI necessary for my real estate purchase loan?

Posted on May 20, 2015 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

Do I need Private Mortgage Insurance? New mortgage rules have relaxed lending requirements enough that many folks are able to purchase a house without a 20% down payment.  One of these allowances is the purchase of Private Mortgage Insurance. As you search for the perfect mortgage situation to benefit your particular circumstance, understanding the processing […]

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It was THIS BIG! A Real Estate Fish Story

Posted on May 13, 2015 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

Have you ever caught a baby in your bare hands? What an incredible feeling!  Cradling that little guy in the palm of your hands, knowing you caught him all by yourself! This isn’t something anyone can do either.  You have to take the lessons and get the license before the day arrives when you cast […]

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Red Lights in Real Estate Sales?

Posted on May 6, 2015 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

On a recent trip to Florida I witnessed what I thought was somewhat bizarre behavior.  What would you think if you witnessed this? The traffic light had already turned red so my foot was on the brake when horns began blaring behind me.  Even as I came to a full stop for the clearly RED […]

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7 Simple Sanity Saving Suggestions for Remodeling your house

Posted on April 29, 2015 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

Are you considering remodeling your home? Would you like to save yourself a lot of TIME, AGGRAVATION and MONEY? Having bought and remodeled several homes over the last 25 years I’d like to think I’ve learned a thing or two. I share my 7 Simple Sanity Saving Suggestions in the hope that, perhaps, they may save […]

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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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