1. Low Fort Collins Real Estate Inventory

    Recent activity suggests that buyers are having a very difficult time with low Fort Collins real estate inventory, especially price ranges of $225,000 and below.  Low inventory is forcing buyers to act quickly when competing for available listings. Currently there are nearly 1,500 homes currently "active" in Fort Collins.  Year to date, we have just over 2,000 sold listings.  This means that th…Read More

  2. Fort Collins Real Estate Market Conditions – August 2012

    Another month and even more good news in the Fort Collins real estate recovery.  In August, Fort Collins recorded an astounding 21.8% gain on closed sales and a 7% price increase from August 2011.   At the end of August, over 2400 homes have been sold this year, which puts us at pre-recession levels - on track for more than 3,300 sales.  The average sales price across Fort Collins is the highes…Read More

  3. Property Managers in Northern Colorado

    Each investment property owner has a decision to make as soon as they own the property - whether or not to hire a property manager.  Northern Colorado is becoming flooded with new investors who are taking advantage of low interest rates, and high affordability.  Is it worth it to consider property managers in Northern Colorado?  Take a look at the following services and see if it will save you …Read More

  4. The Northern Colorado Real Estate Market – June 2012

    2012 has already been a great year for the Northern Colorado real estate market.   We're shaking off the recession and are really showing signs of full recovery.  Although it doesn't quite look like a full blown seller's market, we're already seeing reduced inventories and more buyer competition.. Sales in 2012 are well above the levels from 2010 and 2011 in Northern Colorado.  Even comparing t…Read More

  5. Fast Paced Fort Collins Real Estate Market Tips For Buyers

    The tables have turned in Fort Collins.  No longer are buyers in control, taking their time to make decisions and offers.  Interest rates are at their lowest point in decades, and inventory levels are shrinking.  This is creating a perfect storm of buyer competition where sellers have the upper hand. When real estate is moving at at furious pace, it helps to be prepared and able to make quick i…Read More

  6. Why Should You Move to Fort Collins?

    If you were to make a list of why you should move to Fort Collins, you'd likely find yourself running out of paper before too long.  The Fort Collins area has earned such accolades over the past ten years as ‘Best Place to Live in America’; ‘Best Place to Raise a Family’ and a ‘Top Retirement Destination’.  On top of those awards and distinctions, Fort Collins boasts unrivaled recrea…Read More

  7. Win in a Competitive Fort Collins Real Estate Market

    Unless you haven't paid attention to local news or have avoided friends and neighbors, you've probably realized how competitive the Fort Collins real estate market has gotten.  Although the "wait and see" approach to entering the market never hurt anyone, there is certainly a lot to be gained when selling. As a buyer, you've got a new opponent.  No longer is the seller your only foe, you've got …Read More

  8. Fort Collins and Loveland Realtors

    It's been said that in Fort Collins or Loveland, you can throw a beer can out of a window and hit a Realtor.  It could be your hair dresser's husband, your old high school buddy, or a distant relative - most people know at least one Realtor in Loveland or Fort Collins.  Realtors are an active part of the community and are typically people and relationship focused individuals.  We connect people…Read More

  9. Your Perfect Windsor Home

    Paralysis by analysis can be a common problem for buyers in Windsor because of the abundance of choices one can make while buying a home.  When it comes time to make an offer, some buyers could be fearful of making the wrong decision and getting stuck.  Buyer's remorse is common among buyers who lack clear direction and education.  Only after going through a simple, three step process can you a…Read More

  10. 5 Things to Do Before You Sell Your Home in Northern Colorado

    Ok, you've made the decision that you need to make a move, but where do you start?  Getting your home sold in Northern Colorado is much more complicated than putting a sign in your front yard and expecting the contract to write itself.  Doing the legwork early on will not only increase your home's selling potential, it could even increase the price.  Get your ducks in a row with these 5 things …Read More