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Avoid This Scam After Purchasing a Home

You just bought a home after months of looking, filling out paperwork, signing loan documents and your new deed. You get handed the keys to your new home. It is the American Dream come true and you are excited to get the truck and start moving in. Does that sound familiar? You think that everything is over and the only care you have is to get everything moved in, situated and decorated. Maybe you [...]

By | March 13th, 2018|Buyer Resources, News & Updates|0 Comments

How to choose a realtor (A sellers guide)

When choosing a realtor to sell your home there is one major thing you need to keep in mind. How are they going to market your home? Below are a few tools you want to make sure your agent is utilizing when marketing your home. These tools will ensure that your home is getting the most exposure possible. 1) Do they have a strong online presence? An online presence is very important when trying to [...]

Black Forest Colorado Springs

The Black Forest area of Colorado Springs encompasses some 200,000 acres. The area is heavily wooded with some open grassland areas, primarily on the southern boundary, and is characterized by mostly 5 acre and larger lots in a rural setting. This beautiful area was named by a German Immigrant who thought that the dark hue of the Ponderosa Pine very closely resembled The Black Forest in Germany. The area abounds in wildlife, and horses are [...]

By | February 25th, 2013|Buyer Resources, Colorado Springs|0 Comments

Why Use Acquire To Buy A Home

Why should someone in Colorado Springs or someone who is relocating to Colorado Springs want to use Acquire to purchase a home for sale? The answer is very simple: We know the area. We are not just new transplants to Colorado Springs who decided to get a real estate license. Some of us were raised here. I personally remember going out to powers to shoot our guns in the junk yard. I also remember when [...]

Locating Bank Owned Homes In Colorado Springs

We are now ending our 5th year after the real estate crash. It is increasingly becoming more difficult to find and locate "Bank Owned" homes in Colorado Springs. There are several reasons for this: 1) The amount of foreclosures have dropped. 2) Shadow inventory is being sold. 3) Banks are not disclosing "Bank Owned" homes anymore due to copper thieves. 4) Banks are completing more modifications or short sales with sellers. 5) Banks are over [...]

How To Locate Homes For Sale in Colorado Springs

Looking for homes for sale in Colorado Springs is a pretty easy task, there are thousands of them. However, identifying the good deal is not as easy. There are different types of sellers out there: 1) Sellers who don't need to sell and want to test the market to see if they can get a certain price. 2) Sellers who are under water and need more than the home is worth to get out of [...]

By | October 12th, 2012|Buyer Resources|0 Comments

The Benefits of Owning a Home

The Benefits of Owning a Home by Carla Hill We all know the social benefits of owning a home. Homeownership gives family stability, creates lower high school dropout rates, and of course gives the opportunity to create meaningful and lasting relationships. In addition to these great pluses, owning a home can be your largest financial asset. First, you'll have access to homeowner tax breaks, which include the mortgage interest deduction (MID), property tax deduction, and [...]

Escrow and Closing Costs – FAQ

Most offers include two standard contingencies: a financing contingency, which makes the sale dependent on the buyers' ability to obtain a loan commitment from a lender, and an inspection contingency, which allows buyers to have professionals inspect the property to their satisfaction. A buyer could forfeit his or her deposit under certain circumstances, such as backing out of the deal for a reason not stipulated in the contract. The purchase contract must include the [...]

By | February 10th, 2012|Buyer Resources, FAQ|0 Comments

New Homes & Vacation Homes – FAQ

It can be difficult to negotiate the sales price with a developer because they may claim their prices are based on fixed construction costs. But it doesn't hurt to try. Experts say builders are more likely to be flexible on price at the very beginning and the very end of a development project. Early on, most developers want to move people in quickly so the project picks up momentum. Later, developers may be more inclined [...]

By | February 10th, 2012|Buyer Resources, FAQ|0 Comments