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Increase the selling price. If your home has been sitting on the market for a while and you’ve been considering cutting the price to help move it, you might want to try staging it instead. Staging not only tends to help move properties faster, you could end up selling for higher than expected.

#IMFROMDENVER Real Estate. Don’t Be Afraid of Real Estate

#IMFROMDENVER Real Estate. Don’t Be Afraid of Real Estate

Real estate markets have seen a steady increase in home sale prices since the COVID-19 pandemic hit the U.S., staying strong despite increasing job layoffs and stagnant wages due to low employment numbers.   According to Redfin, in June 2021, home prices across the U.S. surged 24.8% year-over-year — to a median sale price of $386,888. During the same period, the number of homes sold increased 20.6%, and the number...

Episode 004 #IMFROMDENVER Real Estate. Myth About Loans.

Episode 004 #IMFROMDENVER Real Estate. Myth About Loans.

Marybeth Heckler - Loan Simple and Lenny Maiocco from The Maiocco Group discuss the most common myths about loans. Home loans are a hot topic in today's real estate market. What is the best home loan? How much can you afford to spend on your new house? Should you get a mortgage or not, and if so, which one? These are all questions that many people ask themselves before they...

The Housing Market is Getting Tighter.

The Housing Market is Getting Tighter.

The housing market is getting tighter, and it's hurting buyers. With the median home sale price at $361,225 last month, up by 16% from one year ago, according to data, we may be living through one of the most challenging eras -- ever-- for home buying. Real estate agents are feeling the pressure, too: In a recent survey on tight inventory levels in some markets, 84% of respondents said they...

Episode 003 #IMFROMDENVER Real Estate – Where Do You Start?

Episode 003 #IMFROMDENVER Real Estate – Where Do You Start?

Marybeth Heckler from Loan Simple and Lenny Maiocco discuss the starting process for buying real estate in Colorado. If you're a U.S. veteran, Marybeth is certified to help you with your down payment.   Marybeth Heckler from Loan Simple believes that now is the best time for first-time homebuyers to start looking at houses. She also believes that it's essential for potential home buyers to know exactly what they can...

I’m Denver Real Estate Podcast. Episode #002 – Making 💰 from Real Estate Equity & Property Management

I’m Denver Real Estate Podcast. Episode #002 – Making 💰 from Real Estate Equity & Property Management

Do you have questions about Selling, Refinancing, or Property Management? Lenny and Marybeth will answer them for you. They are experts in the business, and they know what it takes to make your money work for you. Whether it's Sell, Refinance, or Property Management, Real Estate Equity & Property management is here to help. - Sell: The first question that comes to mind is WHEN? Sell when the market favors...

I’m From Denver Real Estate Podcast

I’m From Denver Real Estate Podcast

In Denver, the real estate market may be cooling off a bit. According to new data, there is more inventory available than in the spring, and houses may not sell as quickly. #imfromdenver Real Estate is a weekly episodic series that breaks down trends in real estate that are happening in the Colorado market. Hosted by Marybeth Heckler, a loan expert with Loan Simple, and Lenny Maiocco a realtor with...

Denver Renters Have Seen a 40% Increase in Rent This Year

Denver Renters Have Seen a 40% Increase in Rent This Year

Denver has been a hot market for renters this year and prices have gone up. The average rent price in Denver is now $1,582. This is an increase of 37% from the last quarter alone! For those looking to move into the area, it might be wise to start saving your money because you'll need more than just a down payment to afford an apartment here. Denver's high rents are...

This guy’s landlord just raised his rent from $1,650 to $2,490 per month for a 1 bedroom apartment in Denver

This guy’s landlord just raised his rent from $1,650 to $2,490 per month for a 1 bedroom apartment in Denver

As reported by CBS4 this guys landlord just raised his rent from $1,650 to $2,490 for a 1 bedroom apartment in Denver. Denver has been home to Blake Kittridge for four years. In the middle of the pandemic, he moved into the Infinity LoHi building. Although he likes living there, his rent has recently gone up by over $800 a month. “I know that this is more of like a...

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