December 2015

Found 4 blog entries for December 2015.

"Across the board, Realtors tend to close more deals and have more experience."

Keelan McCamey, CEO, Realtor, MBA, CDPE

Peak Realty

Keelan McCamey, owner of Peak Realty, discusses the common steps in the process that buyers take on their way to home ownership. 

Key Takeaways

      • Making a decision to buy (or not) requires some self-analysis. A good Realtor will sit down with you to understand not only what you want, but why you want it. When an agent does this, they have a better chance of finding more properties that fit your situation
      • It's wise to contact a lender to figure out if you have enough cash in the bank for a down payment and/or closing costs. It's also important for your Realtor to know this information, to
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"I think some people are scared to talk to us [about a home loan]...I want to talk to the public and educate them about the that we can put together a game plan."

Seth Wilcock, Loan Officer

NOVA Home Loans

Interview w/ Seth Wilcock at NOVA Home Loans & Keelan McCamey, Realtor at Peak Realty talking about 3 common items that hang up buyers from attaining their dream of home ownership. 

Key Takeaways

      • Get started early, so that you can plan to adjust any credit issues that may currently be on your report
      • Talk to a lender BEFORE you pay off any debts, since a strategic approach may be required to get your credit score to the best possible outcome prior to buying
      • Don't be afraid to contact the lender...a
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According to REcolorado, Colorado’s largest MLS,the housing market in the Denver metro  area experienced higher inventory levels over November 2014, with a 6% increase. However the market is still 21% lower than November 2013.

November ended with 6,954 active listings on the market, 5,651 of which were single family homes and 1,303 attached properties. Sellers contributed 3,686 new listings came on the market, 15% higher than November 2014.

Months of inventory in the market was slightly over two months in November. This is the highest level of inventory in Denver so far in 2015, but still under than the national average. A two month availability of supply indicates that we are still in a sellers market. 

The increase of home prices did

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