Colorado Springs Real Estate Blog

Tenants-In-Common and Co-ops – FAQ

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Property Taxes – FAQ

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Whom to Contact

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Your Credit History

As part of the loan application process, virtually all lenders will want to see a copy of your credit report. The report will list all

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How Much Can You Afford?

Understanding how much you can afford is one of the most important rules of home buying. Depending on your individual situation, your budget can affect

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How Mortgage Loans Work

Excluding property taxes and insurance, a traditional fixed-rate mortgage payment consist of two parts: (1) interest on the loan and (2) payment towards the principal,

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Leveraging Your Money

One of the greatest financial aspects of buying a home is the ability to leverage your money. Simply put, leverage allows you to use a

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