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Tue Aug 2, 2016
Sally Grenier answered:
Maybe you need to address this with your listing agent? Nobody here can assist you with that. Good luck!
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Thu Sep 24, 2015
Michael Glist answered:
Well that will depend on exactly how you use it. If you plan on staying there at least 30 days out of the year than you can finance it as a 2nd home and will need to put down 10% or more. If you use it a a rental and do not stay there you will need to put 20% or more down. So it will all come down to how you will use it. Feel free to reach out to me with any questions. ... more
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Sat Mar 14, 2015
Edward Maddox answered:
It is a great neighborhood to make your home in.
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Tue Dec 9, 2014
Gary and Linda Jacobson answered:
Yes, we can help! One suggestion would be to find a great tenant for your property who can pay the mortgage payment until the time that the market improves. We can sell the condo at that time. This would allow you to make the move into the property that fits your current needs. ... more
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Mon Nov 25, 2013
Roxanne Fitzgerald answered:

As many have pointed out, the costs of selling your home through a realtor can me much less that it would be if there are any errors through the real estate transaction without a licensed realtor. There are options in listing your home and it is important that you explore these with a qualified agent.

Selling a home can be a lot of hard work, and should not be done without an attorney if you wish to sell it as a FSBO or listed through a licensed real estate agent. You will likely sell your home a better price and will take less time than doing it on your own.

I suggest interviewing agents in your part of town, such as Parker or Castle Rock to assist you in determining the right price, the marketing approach that will sell the property and assisting with the legal aspects of a real estate transaction.

Best wishes. If there is anything that I can do for assist you with any additional questions, please feel free to let me know.

Roxanne Fitzgerald

Realtor ReMax Professionals
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Thu Aug 16, 2012
Sally Grenier answered:
I think you need to be more specific about what you're asking. Sounds like you might be trying to figure out what property insurance is for a specific address? Or who the insurance company is for someone's home? Either way, I doubt anyone here has that answer for you. If you're buying a house, you'll have to contact your insurance carrier and get a quote for homeowners insurance. ... more
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Thu May 12, 2011
Brooke Hengst answered:
Hi Terry,

Congrats on your preliminary home search!! I have a buyer that is currently looking in that same area and I would be happy to meet with you to discuss our findings in that specific area.

I am a full time Realtor and I can definitely say that it is a fantastic time to buy a home. I have several buyers under contract right now out in Parker and with rates still low and the number of distressed homes that are priced right, we are definitely finding some good deals.

Shoot me an email at or feel free to call me when you have a moment to chat! I'd love to take you to coffee and explain the home buying process of some obstacles we are finding to be common these days!! I like to prepare my buyers for all of the "twists and turns" from the beginning that way we go into this being as educated as we can!

I look forward to hearing from you Terry!

If you just want to do some searching, feel free to hop on my website at

Brooke Hengst
Your Castle Real Estate
720 988 5952
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