1. Upgrades That Add Value

    In talking with contractors, landscapers and interior designers, they've all noted a huge uptick in work and activity.  It seems that while most people were quarantined indoors through most of March and April, they decided to tackle all the projects they could during this unique "break" in work and life. With nearly every buyer and seller I work with, I get the question: "What are the best upgrad…Read More

  2. 2020 Starts Off Well

    Two of the three markets I cover started off at a much better clip than 2019, while one (Loveland) kept an equal pace with sales from the previous year.  January, traditionally a pretty slow month, was just the opposite in Fort Collins and Greeley.  It's usually a slower month because the closings we see in January are a result of homes going under contract between Thanksgiving and Christmas, a …Read More

  3. Record Home Prices In Fort Collins

    We're at the peak of the selling season and it's certainly a busy one.  The homes closing in June and early July are the result of contracts written in May when the market begins to really cook.  Typically, after school lets out, we see a fury of buy/sell activity and this year is no different.  Every month, at least one area of the regions is hitting a new record value (Loveland/Berthoud &…Read More

  4. Greeley and Loveland Post Record Prices in May 2019

    School is out, pools are open and summer is heating up!  I cannot believe we are already into the meat of the selling season in Northern Colorado.  In late 2018, several forecasters were predicting a bit of a slower season, but all signs are pointing to continued gains in appreciation as we head into the second half of the year. Buoyed by strong demand and continually declining interest rates, b…Read More

  5. Inventory Returns as Spring Heats Up

    Last month, I painted a pretty dire picture of what 2019 could look like if buyers continued to sit on the sidelines, waiting out the lowest of the low inventory.  And just like that, buyers are back in full force,  home sale figures are (generally) up, and inventory levels are up, too.  Another added bonus, interest rates are down from the 3rd and 4th quarter of 2018, making the springtime a v…Read More

  6. Choosing a Floor Plan That Works For You

    When you’re a first-time homebuyer, it can be hard not to feel inundated with all the possible options you could pursue. When you’re looking at houses for sale, though, it’s important to determine what type of floor plan will work best for you. By doing this, you can save time — and save yourself from becoming overwhelmed. Reach out to Jared Reimer today for help buying a house in Fort Col…Read More

  7. Why You Don’t Want To Skip The Home Inspection

    As you work your way through the home-buying process, you want to save money wherever you can — after all, there’s a mortgage on the way and surprise bills almost everywhere you look. Instead of skipping the home inspection to avoid writing another check though, it’s vital you have a professional properly inspect the home you’re considering buying. Jared is committed to helping our custome…Read More

  8. 5 Tips For Choosing A Real Estate Agent In Fort Collins

    The prospect of buying a house and handing over your final rent check is exciting, to say the least.  Along with that, selling a house your family has called home for years and years can be a difficult process. Whether you’re buying or selling a house, it’s a huge decision and by no means should you rush the process. The first step toward your next move begins with the selection of a real est…Read More

  9. The 5 Best Dog Parks in Fort Collins

    When you’re choosing a new home, it’s not just for you and your children. Your new home will impact your furry friend as well! Read on to learn about some of the best dog parks in Fort Collins. When you choose a home with Jared Reimer, he wants to help with every part of your home-buying experience. We’re with you for every last detail, including where the nearest dog park is to your new hom…Read More

  10. House Hunting? Here Are 4 Things To Ignore

    If you’re a first-time homebuyer, you’ll likely fall into one of two categories: either you ignore that one thing that isn’t ideal because everything else in the house is perfect, or you look into everything too much and can’t decide because it’s not exactly right. Neither one of these categories is good! For example, if you ignore the fact that the kitchen is too small because everythin…Read More