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Denver housing: Rocky Mountain High and HOT!

The supply of homes for sale in Denver is down 15 percent from a year ago, the number of days on the market for homes has fallen 31 percent and the median home price is up 11 percent, according to … Continue reading

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The Cost Of Home Improvement Fraud And Scams

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Homebuyers Dilema: More House vs. More Yard

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Consumer Confidence is High for Spring

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Don’t Be Tempted To Waive The Home Inspection When Buying A Home

In hot markets full of multiple offers buyers are often tempted to do anything to get a home. One thing they should not do is forgo the home inspection. For buyers, waiving the option to have a professional inspection contingent … Continue reading

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Should you buy a fixer-upper?

With fewer houses to choose from, more buyers are considering purchasing homes with problems. Here’s what you need to know, and which issues might be too much to take on. Read more: http://realestate.msn.com/april-2013-buying-advice-should-you-buy-a-fixer-upper?ocid=vt_fbmsnre

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Disclosure: What Sellers Need to Know

States are cracking down on sellers’ obligation to disclose known material facts about properties for sale—especially conditions not readily apparent, such as a cracked foundation. A material fact is anything that could affect the sale price or influence a buyer’s … Continue reading

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