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Real Estate in Denver Metro Area Seeing Incredible Rebound for Spring 2013

April 2, 2013

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    Real Estate in Denver Metro Area Seeing Incredible Rebound: Early Spring 2013 The early spring of 2013 has seen an incredible rebound in the housing market throughout metro Denver.  In a welcome turn-around, sellers are seeing multiple offers, cash buyers and sometimes going under contract within 24 hours of listing. For home buyers, […]

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Is NOW a Good Time to “Move Up”? Home Buying in Adams County, by Jennifer Prestwich REALTOR®

April 12, 2012

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Is Now A Good Time to “Move-Up”? With the market crash we experienced a loss in property values, and many of us elected to stay put.  Homes that were purchased with the intent of being a 2-5 year house have become a much longer-term residence.  But with the market moving forward, it might be a […]

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Belle Creek Homes for Sale – Sold Prices in Belle Creek by Jennifer Prestwich

December 9, 2011

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Sold prices for Belle Creek homes are increasing. It has been a few years since Belle Creek residents have seen a marked increase in home prices.  The time frame between October 1, 2010 and December 1, 2010 saw 5 closed home sales, which was the same number of homes sold in Belle Creek from October […]

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Belle Creek Homes for Sale – Market Data for Fall 2011 by Jennifer Prestwich

December 7, 2011

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The market data in Belle Creek has taken a decided turn for the better. At the end of 3Q, we saw 1 closed home sale for the month of September.  This would seem to be a natural decline in Belle Creek home sales, especially when compared to September 2010’s 2 closed home sales. Fast forward […]

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Thornton and Henderson Home Buying – Are You Sitting on the Fence?

November 8, 2011

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Whether you are looking for a home in Broomfield, Northglenn, Thornton or Henderson, one of the things that most home buyers are trying to do is “time” the market.  No one wants to pay too much, and from what the national news is saying, it is still a “buyer’s market”. What many buyers think this […]

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Falling Consumer Confidence Helps Drag Mortgage Rates Lower. For Now.

July 29, 2010

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For the second consecutive month, U.S. consumer confidence is plunging. July’s official reading is its lowest since July of last year and the figures run in stark contrast to just two months ago, when the index touched a multi-year high.

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Case-Shiller Shows Home Price Improvement In 95% Of Cities

July 28, 2010

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Standard & Poors released its Case-Shiller Index Tuesday. On a seasonally-adjusted basis, between April and May 2010, home prices rose in 19 of Case-Shiller’s 20 tracked markets. It’s the second straight month of strong Case-Shiller findings.

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New Homes Sales Gain in June, But Gains Are Relative

July 27, 2010

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June’s New Home Sales data is a major improvement over May, but gains are relative. It’s possible that the true “new home market” may be softer than the statistics suggest.

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The Fed’s June Minutes Keep Mortgage Rates In Rally-Mode

July 16, 2010

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At 7,333 words, the June Fed Minutes is the unabridged version of the more well-known, post-meeting press release. The corresponding press release was just 360 words. It turns out, the Fed’s words are doing wonders for mortgage rates.

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Foreclosure Activity Slows Again In June 2010

July 15, 2010

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June marks the 16th straight month the filings topped 300,000. 1 in every 411 U.S. homes received some form of notice last month with foreclosure density varying wildly from state-to-state. Like everything else in real estate, it seems, foreclosures are a local phenomenon.

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