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8 big items in a house to look at before you purchase - 11/11/10 02:40 PM
I've found my perfect house, now what should I look at? For a free Colorado Springs Home Buyer Guide, contact Kathy at KTorilne@msn.com Related Articles: Top 5 Remodeling projects Free local money for home improvements Colorado Springs home Improvement - it's all about the windows What should I be looking at in a house is a common question I get from Colorado Springs home buyers. I always tell them if they like the neighborhood and the floor plan, then they need to look at the items that are going to cost them a lot of money. Here are the seven big items (and (1 comments)
Negotiate from a position of power - 11/11/10 02:22 PM
Negotiating Tips for Colorado Springs Home Buyers For a free Buyers Guide, Email Torline at KTorline@msn.com Related Articles: Ok, after months of searching you have found your perfect Colorado Springs home and you are ready to make an offer on the property. Now the negotiation process starts. One of the most powerful principals of negotiation, is to negotiate from a position of power. The more knowledge you have helps increase your position of power. Here's a list of 14 key points to know before submitting an offer: (1) Has the seller turned down any other offers?
(2) Is the seller (3 comments)
How do I bid for a house at the Public Trustee auction - 11/08/10 07:59 AM
Want to buy a FORECLOSED house at the Public trustee auction in Colorado? Related Articles HUD homes available for $100.00 downpayment Buying a short sale vs. a foreclosure, what's the difference? 9 key things to know about buying a bank repo Do you want to buy a Foreclosure in Colorado Springs? The El Paso Public Trustee holds a foreclosure auction every Wednesday at 10 AM. If you are interested in trustee auctions in other counties, check out their web sites and it will tell you when and where there sale date is held. Here's the web site that lists every Public (3 comments)
Single Family Homes in Cimarron Hills were primarily built from 1980 to 1990 , with an average age built in the 1985. The majority of the houses are bi-levels and tri-levels, 2-3 baths, with 1-2 car attached garages. Average square footage is between 1,250 and 1,750 square feet. The Cimarron Hills Hills housing market continues to be a BUYERS/NEUTRAL Market, as there is currently a 6 month of supply of homes on the market. A 6 month (0 comments)
Single Family Homes in Stetson Hills were primarily built from 1994 to 2010, with an average age built in the 2000. The majority of the houses are 2-stories and ranches, 2-3 baths, with 2-3 car attached garages. Average square footage is between 2,000 and 3,000 square feet. The Stetson Hills housing market continues to be a SELLERS Market, as there is currently a 5.9 month of supply of homes on the market. A 6 month supply of houses (0 comments)
The Windmill Mesa housing market continues to be a BUYER's Market, as there is currently a 5 month of supply of homes on the market. A 6 month supply of houses on the market is considered a "NEUTRAL MARKET". Sales units were down 21% from 2009 to 2008, and pricing was down 4% from 2009 to 2008. Pricing has continued to see some increase in 2010, but number of house sales have decreased. Single Family Homes in Windmill Mesa were (0 comments)
The The Glen at Widefield housing market continues to be a NEUTRAL/BUYER's Market, as there is currently a 7.6 month of supply of homes on the market. A 6 month supply of houses on the market is considered a "NEUTRAL MARKET". Sales units were down 62% from 2009 to 2008, and pricing was down 12% from 2009 to 2008. Sales have decreased in 2010; but pricing has increased. Single Family Homes in The (0 comments)
Become an expert at research. - 11/02/10 07:48 PM
If you want to buy a Colorado Springs foreclosure, you'll need to do your homework. Search for Colorado Springs foreclosures Related Articles HUD homes available for $100.00 downpayment Buying a short sale vs. a foreclosure, what's the difference? 9 key things to know about buying a bank repo Do you want to buy a Foreclosure in Colorado Springs? 6 mistakes to avoid when buying a Foreclosed Home in Colorado Springs: (1) Bidding War: Don't get caught up in a bidding war, treat this as a business decision. Some banks are under pricing their foreclosed homes; which can result in multiple bids. Buyers (1 comments)
The Pinecliff housing market continues to be a Sellers Market, as there is currently a 9 month of supply of homes on the market. A 6 month supply of houses on the market is considered a "NEUTRAL MARKET". Sales units were down 43% from 2009 to 2008, AND pricing was up 6% from 2009 to 2008. Pricing is continuing to increase in 2010. Single Family Homes in Pinecliff in Colorado Springs were primarily built from 1972 to 2001, with an (0 comments)
Related Articles: Pulpit Rock Homes -- Northeast Colorado Springs -- Market Report as of July 31, 2010 Vista Grande Homes -- Northeast Colorado Springs -- Market Report as of September 30, 2010 The Wagon Trails housing market continues to be a BUYERS Market, as there is currently a 5.4 month of supply of homes on the market. A 6 month supply of houses on the market is considered a "NEUTRAL MARKET". Sales units were down 19% from 2009 (1 comments)
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