• mikoda@q.com
    • 720-331-2444
click to enable zoom
Loading Maps logo

Category Archives: 1st Time home buyers

Lenders May Be Loosening Loan Requirements for Purchasers of Thornton Colorado Homes

Tweet Here’s some unexpected good news for anybody working to get buyers into Thornton Colorado homes, especially first-timers who don’t have much down payment cash on hand: The door to an FHA-insured mortgage may have just opened a little wider. Two of the largest FHA-approved lenders have backed off their controversial “overlay” requirements on …

+ read more

Great News – Listings and Showings have increased in Denver

Tweet Early this year we saw a great surge in homes on the market, showings per home and a great number of homes were closed.  After the housing credit ended, showings as well as homes going under contract were greatly reduced. Lon Welsh, President of Your Castle Realty has just released numbers showing that …

+ read more

Dever Forclosure Sale May 2010

Tweet After attending the Weld County foreclosure sales earlier this Spring, I went to Denver where I thought there would be more action. They have a few different rules but the bid process is similar making bidding faster as the increases after the 1st 2 bbids are in $500 increments. The list of what …

+ read more

Median Price can be Misleading

Property owners and buyers need neighborhood specific information that is current to make their decisions.

+ read more

Colorado foreclosures rise – The Denver Post

Tweet The Colorado foreclosure market seems to have finally started leveling off.  We still have a large number of foreclosure properties selling compared to just a regular sale.  Some homeowners are taking advantage of assistance in working out a plan with their lender thereby avoiding a foreclosure.  Sellers still have to compete with the foreclosures …

+ read more

Buyer Tax Credit Extended

Tweet Congress has extended the tax credit and it will also allow some help for homeowners to do move up or down purchases.  This should further stimulate our market by letting homes above the $200,000 price range come on the market.  In turn,  if these owners sell, then they can also activate the market by …

+ read more
  • Mortgage Calculator

  • Advanced Search