This question “are real estate commissions negotiable?” or “will you reduce your commission?” inevitably come up. Let’s face it, selling or buying a home is not cheap, but we all want to save where we can. So, it’s a normal question. Some agents get upset when asked and they shouldn’t. It’s a fair question. The answer is not as simple as it would appear. Read on and be sure to send me your comments! All feedback is always appreciated!
What you don’t know can cost you time and money when it comes to selling your house. The best source of information is your real estate agent, and we’ve put together a growing list of helpful resources about the home selling process. When you’re ready, call Jason Kay at 720-295-1604 to discuss how we can help sell your house.
PROTECTING YOUR REAL ESTATE: 5 Reasons Why Adding Your Kids to Your Title is not the Answer
Our homes are often our most valuable asset, especially in a market like Boulder. Real property has special considerations in our estate planning.
It is a common misconception that jointly titling real property will avoid probate. In reality, it only delays probate until the second spouse dies.
Should you put your kids on title to skip probate? Probably not; there are many dangers to using joint tenancy as your only estate planning tool.
As you’ve no doubt heard, curb appeal is critical when selling your home. It’s the first thing buyers see and we want them to look forward to getting inside … and making a strong offer!
In the Summer that’s pretty easy and intuitive. Cleaning up the gardens, planting flowers and fresh mulch go a long way. But in the Winter most people seem to feel stymied by this challenge. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Here are some simple ideas to make your home pop!
Set your asking price too high and your home may sit on the market with little interest. Set the asking price too low and you risk losing money on your investment during the sale. An appraisal can help you balance the line and set the right asking price, but let’s take a closer look at … Continued
The days are long gone where you could place a for sale sign in the front yard and wait for potential buyers to submit an offer. While some traditional marketing methods still work, you want a real estate agent who understands the current market trends and what it takes to sell a home integrating modern … Continued