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How to Buy a Brand New Home from the Builder with a Realtor

When buying an older home, it can often be difficult finding exactly what you want. A home built to someone else’s specifications does not necessarily fit your ideas. This is where a new construction home can be a better option. Fortunately, there is a wide range new luxury homes in the Denver area, either already built or ready to be bought off plan. When buying newly built homes, working with a Realtor is vital to ensure all the details of the transaction are dealt with properly. In law, the duty of a builder’s agent is to look after the builder’s interests, whereas a Realtor will be strictly in your corner. There will be points you’ll need to clarify with the builder, and Realtors are

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Buying Luxury Real Estate in Colorado? Please Read This Carefully

Finding the perfect dream house is only the first step in the Luxury home-buying process. Now you have to negotiate a good price, get an eagle-eye inspection and make sure the property's title is clear. Before you start looking for a luxury real estate in Colorado, there are several things you should keep in mind. A real estate agent does much more than just finding homes for you to look at. An agent has a legal duty to keep your best interests in mind, answer all your question related to that real estate honestly and protect your privacy.

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In Colorado Real Estate Laws, sellers will have to inform buyers of any problems with the property, including those

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Alert! NEW Home Inventory Available Only on www.KennaRealEstate.com

Because of the Housing Shortage and the Article in The Denver Post Friday 13, 2015  Besides having 2 MLS feeds updated every 15 Minutes and the most accurate up to date information on newly listed homes From Colorado Springs, Denver to Fort Collins WE added for You ALL of the new Construction Inventory in the area to Kenna Real Estate.

Now you have access to all the re-sale homes and now you have access to the new home builders inventory. When you see a new home you like, Contact us ASAP and we can give you a tour of the new Construction Homes in your Criteria.

You NEED a Realtor on Newly Built Homes. To avoid any disheartening experiences, a Realtor will direct you toward new

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Denver’s outstanding real estate agents with fewer than 7% awarded.

Five Star Professional is pleased to announce Mark Hunke, Kenna Real Estate, has been chosen as one of Denver’s Five Star Real Estate Agents for 2014.

Five Star Professional partnered with 5280 magazine to recognize a select group of Denver area real estate agents who provide quality services to their clients. Mark Hunke will be featured, along with other award winners, in a special section of the September issue.

“What an honor to be chosen as a 2014 Five Star Real Estate Agent! Thank you to all my clients for taking the time to complete the evaluations that led to such a positive rating of my services. I look forward to providing outstanding service to each of my clients in the

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Buying a Home: The Cost of Waiting | Keeping Current Matters

Whether you are a first time buyer or a move-up buyer, you should look at the projections housing experts are making in two major areas: home prices and mortgage rates.

PRICES

Over 100 economists, real estate experts and investment & market strategists were recently surveyed. They were asked to project where home prices were headed. The average value appreciation projected over the next twelve month period was approximately 4%.

MORTGAGE INTEREST RATES

In their last Economic & Housing Market Outlook, Freddie Mac predicted that 30 year fixed mortgage rates would be 4.8% by this time next year. As of last week, the Freddie Mac rate was 4.14%.

What does this mean to you?

If you are a first time buyer currently looking at a home priced

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Millennials & Student Debt: We Knew They Were Wrong! | Keeping Current Matters

You have often heard the myth that student debt is keeping the vast majority of Millennials from purchasing a home.

People have explained that Millennials have purchased more homes over a recent twelve month period than any other generation as was reported by the National Association of Realtors).

They explained that the homeownership rate of people currently between the ages of 25-29 is 34.3%. That is higher than the 33.6% rate members of the previous generation (people currently between the ages of 45-49) achieved when they were that age (as per John Burns Consulting).

They explained that a recent survey showed that almost three out of every four (74%) young adults between the ages of 18-34 plan to buy a home in the next five years with 32%

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FSBOs Must Be Ready to Negotiate | The KCM Crew

In a recovering market, some sellers might be tempted to try and sell their home on their own (FSBO) without using the services of a real estate professional. The real estate agent is a trained and experienced negotiator. In most cases, the seller is not. The seller must realize the ability to negotiate will determine whether they get the best deal for themselves and their family.

Here is a list of some of the people with whom the seller must be prepared to negotiate if they decide to FSBO:

  •  The buyer who wants the best deal possible
  •  The buyer’s agent who solely represents the best interest of the buyer
  •  The buyer’s attorney (in some parts of the country)
  •  The home inspection companies which work for the buyer and will almost always
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Getting a Mortgage: Why SO MUCH Paperwork? | The KCM Crew

 

 

We are often asked why there is so much paperwork mandated by the bank for a mortgage loan application when buying a home today. It seems that the bank needs to know everything about us and requires three separate sources to validate each and every entry on the application form. Many buyers are being told by friends and family that the process was a hundred times easier when they bought their home ten to twenty years ago.

There are two very good reasons that the loan process is much more onerous on today’s buyer than perhaps any time in history.

  1. The government has set new guidelines that now demand that the bank prove beyond any doubt that you are indeed capable of affording the mortgage. During the run-up in the housing market,
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