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Why cash offers always work best

Posted by Jhean Tabalanza // May 10, 2017

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Fact: Most of the time, cash offers are  stronger because with this kind of deal, you can request in advance some proof that the buyer has funds to close the transaction. Realtors interpret this as a guaranteed closing. On the other hand, when a prospect buyer is applying for a mortgage, neither the seller nor […]


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Forecast: Home prices expected to double in 10 years

Posted by Christina Tidd // May 3, 2017

More affordable housing is needed in Fort Collins. Although the forecast is good news to homeowners, for the community to grow, more lower income dwellings are needed. A vibrant city is built from all levels of income families, and affordable housing is a major attraction to new talents. This article posted in the Coloradoan, written […]


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Proactive is The Solution

Posted by Christina Tidd // April 19, 2017

Buying a home is one of the biggest investment decisions that one can ever make and it can bring the happiness of a lifetime. Therefore, nobody buys a home with an intention to lose it on foreclosure, but most people end up not paying their mortgage loans because of unexpected circumstances. There are situations that […]


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More Solutions To Avoid Foreclosure

Posted by Christina Tidd // April 5, 2017

When you fall behind on your mortgage payments, you can find yourself in real financial trouble. Soon after you have missed a few payments, you will start to get phone calls and letters threatening foreclosure. Before the bank moves on to the final step and they take your home, you have a few options. 1 […]


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Solutions to Avoid Foreclosure

Posted by Christina Tidd // March 15, 2017

After you have missed more than three mortgage payments, your home lender will file a Notice of Default (NOD). This is the first step to a foreclosure. At this point, most people worry that it is inevitable that they lose their home. This is not always the case. If your home does go into foreclosure, […]


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Colorado Pre-foreclosure and Foreclosure Steps

Posted by Christina Tidd // March 1, 2017

If you are living in Colorado and you have missed a few mortgage payments, the lender can start the pre-foreclosure process and then foreclose on the property. In Colorado, lenders can either use a judicial foreclosure process or a nonjudicial process. In most cases, the lender will use the nonjudicial procedure because it is less […]


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Useful Information for Preforeclosure You Need to Know

Posted by Christina Tidd // February 15, 2017

A home is said to be in a preforeclosure if the lender files a notice of default against a borrower for failing to make payments towards his mortgage loan. A home will remain in this situation for at least three months or depending on the decision of the lender. When a homeowner receives a notice, […]


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Real Estate Lead Generation 101

Posted by Brad Tidd // February 8, 2017

What are the best real estate lead generation options today? Where and how can real estate agents, investors and other related industry professionals generate more leads for buying, selling and renting properties? What are some of the little known benefits, and pitfalls of common real estate lead generation channels today? Here are 12 ways for real estate […]


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Technology vs. People Skills: Which Real Estate Strategies Will Win?

Posted by Brad Tidd // February 1, 2017

The real estate industry caters to independent strategies. For every investor, there is another way to go about conducting business. Some may prefer to utilize the convenience of technology while others want to maintain personal relationships. However, for one reason or another, there remains a void between these two independent strategies. Smart investors will figure […]


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Real Estate Investing As A Business

Posted by Brad Tidd // January 25, 2017

“Investment is most intelligent when most business like” – Warren Buffett If investing is better when conducted most business like, does it mean that more real estate investors ought to be investing in a more businesslike fashion? Should every real estate investor be investing as a business? What does that really mean? What does it look […]


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