Blog Entries Tagged: buyers

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Found 58 blog entries tagged as "buyers".

Building Materials

There are a number of reasons why it would be necessary to retire an old house, and currently, housing commissions in the U.S. are zeroing in on houses built before 1970. While properties with good bones can be restored or renovated, there are those that simply require too much work and need to be demolished. The Denver housing crisis leads to a concerted effort for newbuilds, which creates a great opportunity to build sustainable housing.

Building Materials That Have A Minimal Impact

Bamboo is not only remarkable building material because of the speed of its growth, but also because it boasts a long list of other benefits. It’s one of the strongest materials and can easily replace wood elements throughout the property as the strength-to-weight

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 Looking for a house

Buying a new house is a big decision that is often made more complicated by the overwhelming number of things to consider and the wide array of feelings, emotions, and thoughts that ensue as a result. Because of this, it can be easy to miss important red flags or even lose sight of the reasons you’re moving in the first place. The good news is that there are certain things for which every homebuyer should be on the lookout, and by developing an eye for them, you can spot crucial details from the very beginning. So, what these things should you keep in mind while searching for your next home? Read on to find out.

Problems with Foundation

The foundation is one of, if not, the most important part of a property. A proper foundation doesn’t just

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How Seniors And Millennials Are Impacting Denver’s Housing Market

Millennials (born between 1981-1996) could be waiting twenty years to save enough to afford a 20% downpayment on a home in Denver, Westword reports. Despite this news, Denver remains a popular location with millennial house-hunters who are buying homes at an increasing rate — even if they’re having to pay more than previous generations. One reason for this is the new trend in older Americans “aging in place”, resulting in less houses on the market which drives up the price for millenials.

Changes in home ownership over generations

In Denver and across the US, home ownership isn’t as prevalent for millennials as it was for their parents and grandparents. For example, 14% of

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How to Budget for Closing Costs

Buying a home is a process that can be described as funnel-like in some ways. Deciding to get into home ownership and looking at potential homes places buyers at the wide top of the funnel. Closing on a home is the culmination of the process and takes place takes at the thin, bottom spout.

Everything that takes place from the initial foray into real estate until it is completed heads the buyer towards closing. What exactly is involved in closing and what costs should be expected? How and how much should you budget for closing?

What is Closing?

There are many processes and individual parties and vendors involved in the sale of the home. This is, in part, what can make the process a bit complicated and sometimes

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HOW TO CLEAN YOUR ROOF GUTTERS

Roof gutters are a small part of construction but are nonetheless an important and an essential part of a house. Most home owners often neglect the value that a roof gutter adds to a house. The roof gutters however funnel water away from the roof and away from the house which protects the sides of the house, the windows, the doors and most significantly the foundation of the house. In addition, there are risks and damages that come as a result of clogged, leaking or broken roof gutters. For instance, when the gutters aren’t performing at their optimal level rain water might run off to the sides of the house and create poodles of water near the foundation. Heavy rains may create a whole of problems. Cleaning the gutters

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The Ultimate List of the Most Reliable Air Conditioning Systems

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So you have finally found a home that you like. You like the overall design, the interior, the fixtures, and its proximity to good schools and commercial establishments. The only thing that’s stopping it from becoming the perfect home for you is its air conditioning system. More often than not, the AC systems that come with an existing home have already some years behind them. While AC systems are built to last long, some of those that come with a house are already old enough to be near the end of its rope.                           

Then again, because you love the house

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What to Look for When Buying a New House

Buying a Denver house is a complicated experience, even with the help of an experienced realtor.

As excited as you'll be to start the next stage of your life, there'll also be plenty of days packed with stress as you struggle to find the house of your dreams. Sometimes, if you're eager to move as quickly as possible, then you may even be tempted for something less than perfect, so that you can feel like you're making progress.

However, a house is a significant investment - and not something you should rush into. To avoid making any unnecessary mistakes, make sure that you look for the following key things when you're searching for your must-have property.

1.     A Roof in Good Condition

The last

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Horse Property in Denver - Boarding Horses

Kenna Real Estate understand that buying a new home can feel like a huge undertaking (and it is), but we want to take the stress and hassle away from you. Whatever your property needs are we can help you find the home you want, at the right price and make your dream move a reality.

Boarding Horses in Denver, ColoInvesting in a new home for your family is one thing, but what if you’re investing in a property for you, your family and a coterie of animals too?

Colorado has a rich history of equine pursuits and so, many people decide to make the move out here so they can live life in the open air with their beloved horses. What could be better than fresh air, good living and the chance to live a more carefree way of life?

Often it can

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Keep You Dogs Cool in Denver: 7 Important Tips

dog panting outside

In Denver there is much to do outside and most Denverites enjoy the summertime with trails, walks, parks and the outdoor Colorado lifestyle that is very dog friendly.

Many folks in and around Denver have a dog or 2 Dogs. Unfortunately, many people might not let their dogs in on the fun because they are worried about the extreme sun exposure, heat and more. With Denver being a mile above sea level the sun is more intense that other parts of the country. Kenna Real Estate has some good news!  with some tips you and your Dog can enjoy the Colorado outdoors if you follow these seven key tips for keeping your dogs cool and safe.

1. Get your dog wet - dogs Love it!

One way to keep

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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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