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The Grand Junction, CO home sales market is dynamic. I will inform readers of real estate market trends, changes in foreclosure practices and the latest in how banks are dealing with short sales. On the the warm dry side of Colorado, in Grand Juntion we golf, hike, ride horseback, fish and more. Both active families and retirees enjoy life here. I will feature houses that live well in our active environment. By Colorado standards, Grand Junction is fairly old so we have a variety of architecture. Homes vary from Victorian to adobe to stucco all the way to manufactured housing.
To pay a buyer's closing costs in Grand Junction, CO: why? The key to the way the title of this post is worded is where it is located: Grand Junction, CO.  In GJ as we refer to it locally, we have a pretty 'flat' market. Our average sales price today is $187,000 and it has been virtually that pri...
Homes for sale near Fruita Monument High School, CO represent a good cross section of Grand Valley housing in general. Fruita Monument High School, CO is one of the larger high schools in Mesa County, School District 51 with a 2013-14 enrollment of 1284 students in three grades, 10th through 12th...
We have seen steady decline in the number of HUD homes for sale in Grand Junction, CO over the past year, In the first five months of the year in 2013 there were 197 homes owned by the government agency – Housing and Urban Development (HUD) sold. During the same 167 days in 2014 there have been o...
Village at Country Creek, is an age 55+ Retirement Community in Fruita, CO. It is a unique neighborhood in the Grand Valley. Geographically, Village at Country Creek is in Fruita, CO while it serves seniors in that town as well as the larger Grand Junction area. Village at Country Creek is the on...
Ranch-style homes in Fruita, CO are expectedly popular with retirees. In 2013, more than 170 ranch-style homes sold in Fruita in the $100,000 - $300,000 price range. For more than twenty years the Grand Junction, CO area has prided itself on being a prime location for retirees. In Grand Junction ...
The process of buying tax liens here in Colorado can be summarized in a nut shell: The county collects property taxes annually and if those are not paid, the properties go to auction so the county can recover what is owed and maybe a little bit more. From the bidder's standpoint this is a three-y...
Owner finance is an old financing method that fell out of common usage for many years, at least here in Grand Junction, CO. However, now that banks have tightened credit score requirements, so many people have lost a house to a foreclosure in the past few years or for other reasons, cannot get a ...

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