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Michael Glist, Real Estate Pro in Denver, CO
Michael Glist answered:
What is the best way to finance a second home?
Well I guess that depends on exactly what you mean by that question. Are you looking for different mortgage options/programs, are you looking to see if there is private money lenders ou ... more
1 vote Share Flag Thu Jan 7, 2016 Home Buying in 80111
Kyle Foster, Real Estate Pro in Englewood, CO
Kyle Foster answered:
Is there an agent that is willing to take 1 commission to sell our existing house and buy a house for us?
Would you hire a discount surgeon to perform heart surgery on your child? Would you hire the cheapest lawyer to represent you in court after you've been t-boned by a drunk driver who ra ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Mar 3, 2015 Home Buying in Centennial
Jan Baer, Real Estate Pro in Littleton, CO
Jan Baer answered:
Can anyone tell me about the Highlands 460 neighborhood in centennial? It's bordered by Colorado/University and Dry creek and county line.
The neighborhood is bordered by Dry Creek and County Line Roads on the North and South, respectively, and Colorado Boulevard and Adams Way to the East and West. The Highlands 460 is wit ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Feb 8, 2015 Home Buying in 80122
Jan Baer, Real Estate Pro in Littleton, CO
Jan Baer answered:
Young and new to realestate, 577 score
There are some great resource articles out there, explaining ways to improve your credit score:
check out the following:
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0 votes Share Flag Sun Jan 25, 2015 Home Buying in Centennial
Jennifer Sch…, Real Estate Pro in Centennial, CO
Jennifer Schell answered:
If you were a buyer in this market, would you rather have a lower payment or a better price?
Again, it depends on your situation:
If you are short on cash, seller paid closing costs can help ensure you have the down payment needed for your loan and all funds for closing.
If ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Oct 28, 2014 Home Buying in 80112
Randy Stoker, Real Estate Pro in Roseville, CA
Randy Stoker answered:
Is anyone having issues with low appraisals coming in?
Not a problem in Yuba City; at least on my transactions! Before listing a house or writing an offer I always review the comps to make sure the proposed sales price is reasonable and tha ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Jun 11, 2014 Home Buying in 80111
Tracy Shaffer, Real Estate Pro in Denver, CO
Tracy Shaffer answered:
I try to discourage contract on listings that come in with a closing 3 months out, what do other agents do? Shelley Bryant, Villa Realty
I've never taken a 3 month close. Standard here is 30 days, 45 if needed, but unless the buyers and sellers really needed that kind of time frame and it works for my clients, why would ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Jun 10, 2014 Home Buying in 80111
Tracy Shaffer, Real Estate Pro in Denver, CO
Tracy Shaffer answered:
Does anyone notice a huge decline in Buyer's ambitions to buy during winter months?
My winter buyers are serious buyers. Best quarter ever 2014 1Q
0 votes Share Flag Tue Jun 10, 2014 Home Buying in 80111
Tracy Shaffer, Real Estate Pro in Denver, CO
Tracy Shaffer answered:
I have a client that wants information about foreclosed properties, short sales and REOs. Can someone recommend a service or website?
If you're looking for forclosures in the Denver area, that ship has sailed. If anyone's going to have that information it's on http://www.renav.com/
0 votes Share Flag Tue Jun 10, 2014 Home Buying in 80111
Tracy Shaffer, Real Estate Pro in Denver, CO
Tracy Shaffer answered:
I am looking for a walkable area where I could go get a coffee or take my kids and feel safe walking around. Is Centennial or Littleton safe?
Define walkable. If you mean a great little neighborhood with a local coffee shop, then there are plenty of areas in and around Denver that would fit the bill. Denverites love their out ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Jun 10, 2014 Home Buying in Centennial
Robert and J…, Real Estate Pro in Centennial, CO
Robert and Jani Bielenberg answered:
I am looking to move to Denver. My husband and I will be working downtown. How easy of a commute is it? Is there a rail system near by?
The Denver area is fortunate to have an expanding light rail system. There are two completed lines extending from downtown into the southern suburbs and one completed line extending int ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri May 2, 2014 Home Buying in Centennial
Rob Knapp,  in Denver, CO
Rob Knapp answered:
Condo Searching near 80111
contact knapprentals@yahoo.com I have a 1 br custom condo with marble bathroom and granite counters available in a month for $75000 on Belleview near Broadway
0 votes Share Flag Fri Apr 25, 2014 Home Buying in 80111
Robert McGui…, Real Estate Pro in Denver, CO
Robert McGuire answered:
I am looking to move to Denver area specifically Centennial where my children live. I would like a home in the 200ish price range
I.santangelo,

Centennial is a huge area Southeast of Denver. There are several developments, builders, and communities. There are very few homes in the $200,000 price range. Get a lo ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Nov 30, 2013 Home Buying in Centennial
Robert McGui…, Real Estate Pro in Denver, CO
Robert McGuire answered:
hi, i wish to know is sale price is more than appraised price?
Zahida,

We could answer your question a lot of ways; but if you would restate the question and give more detail as to what you are trying to find out or accomplish it would be more h ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Nov 16, 2013 Home Buying in Centennial
 zroesinger, Real Estate Pro in Denver, CO
zroesinger answered:
Are agents seeing more cash buyers than loans with higher-end homes?
Cash is king in an era where the Fed is considering raising interest rates. Jumbo ($415k+) loans are hot right now with lenders who have badgered conventional borrowers for 8 months no ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Nov 10, 2013 Home Buying in 80121
Bill Fung, Real Estate Pro in Centennial, CO
Bill Fung answered:
We are planning to relocate to Denver and planning to buy home in Centennial , with the range of 250 t0 350 . What is the inventory there?
Hi Rupal, update to your question, as of August 25th, there are about 6 dozen available homes in the city of centennial between $250 to $350. If you haven't found a home yet this shoul ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Aug 25, 2013 Home Buying in Centennial
Robert McGui…, Real Estate Pro in Denver, CO
Robert McGuire answered:
Stucco issue...
Neena,

There are different types of stucco. One is calle 'artificial stucco' that has had problems with leaking and mold. Most good stucco homes seem to be fine when inspected and ap ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Jul 27, 2013 Home Buying in 80111
Ethan Besser, Real Estate Pro in Englewood, CO
Ethan Besser answered:
I am buying a 2000 square-feet condo in 80111 Englewood, Co. I was wondering how much the rent is?
Talk to a real estat professional to find out the current rates.
0 votes Share Flag Fri Jul 26, 2013 Home Buying in 80111
bdiguiseppi, Home Buyer in Centennial, CO
bdiguiseppi answered:
Do a lot of break-ins occur in Centennial? I see that the crime map shows "green" with a lot of black dots. I don't really understand how it works.
I have lived in Centennial for 14 years, and I'm NOT a Realtor or affiliated with real estate in any way. Centennial is one of the safest and lowest crime areas in the Denver Metro Are ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri May 17, 2013 Home Buying in Centennial
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