Real Estate News - Denver, Colorado - Blog Archive: March, 2018

March 2018

Found 5 blog entries for March 2018.

VA Financed Homes for Military Personnel Purchasing a Home In Denver Metro.

Are you an active duty officer, an enlisted military member or retired military who’s is serving or have served in our armed forces or a government employee looking to buy a home in Denver Metro with your VA Certificate? Kenna Real Estate can help. As a veteran myself of the United States Coast Guard, I know first-hand what it is like to get orders to relocate your tour of duty to a new city or town; it can be somewhat of a daunting process especially if there is a Military family involved. To get information on the Denver Metro real estate market click on the following link. https://thomaswallace.kennarealestate.com/military-buy-sell.php.

Kenna Real Estate Knows VA Loans

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55 and Older Age Restricted Living in the Denver Metro Area

Home owners that are 55 years of age and older often decide to downsize their living situation into a more manageable home such as purchasing a smaller home or renting. With that being said many homeowners look at Denver age restricted communities as an option. A study by NAHB Housing Trends found that age restricted communities will account for nearly 45% of all U.S. households by the year 2020. Kenna Real Estate consists of  professional real estate agents that specialize in assisting our buyers and sellers with the downsizing process and moving to age restricted homes around the Denver Metro area

Click on the link below to contact Kenna Real Estate consisting of a team of real estate

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Key Moving Tips for People with Disabilities

Moving can be difficult under any circumstances. For people with disabilities, there can be unique challenges. Here are some tips for managing the process and making a smooth transition.

Your perfect place. Finding a home that is accessible may be particularly tough. As NPR points out, while the country is successfully embracing accessible public areas, housing is a decidedly different story. Most people with accessibility issues require modifications, although with the trend toward aging in place design, accessibility is becoming more commonplace. Aging in place embraces an aesthetically appealing structure that supports people throughout their senior years. This strategy naturally encompasses some of

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How To Deal With Competing Offers In Denver

Ideally, you want to be the only buyer who makes an offer on a particular Denver property. That way, assuming your price is acceptable to the seller, you’re almost certain to close the deal. But, it doesn’t always work out that way. In the case of highly desirable homes in denver, it’s very common for there to be competing offers. So, what do you do if there’s a competing offer on a home you really want?

First, don’t panic.

Just because there are other buyers interested in the property doesn’t mean you won’t get it. There are many factors that influence a seller’s decision to choose one offer over another. For example, sellers are generally skeptical of offers from buyers who do not have a pre-approved

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Why It Pays to Be a Denver Homeowner

(Literally)

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The classic buy vs. rent debate has been going on for ages. Is buying a home really a valuable investment, or are you better off renting and putting your money into other wealth-building avenues? While arguments can be made for both, and you should certainly never put all your eggs in one basket, the numbers speak for themselves when it comes to the financial benefits of owning a home. Let's take a closer look at what they have to say. 

Denver Home values are going up, up, up. Between Q3 2016 and Q3 2017, U.S. house prices rose 6.5%, according to the Federal Housing Finance Agency's (FHFA) House Price Index (HPI). On a home valued at $250,000, that's a $16,250 bump in
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New program offers No Down Payment Loan