We bring back our second most listened to episode. First aired on Jan 5, 2016. In this episode, we share the top 10 things your real estate agent might be afraid to tell you and the real truth behind each.
We bring back our most listened to episode. First aired on Dec 8, 2015. In this episode, we discuss what you need to do to prepare yourself to buy a house, from getting pre-approved, to buying insurance, to finally enjoying your new home.
In this episode, we discuss a new type of neighborhood called the WalkUp (walkable urban place). What do they look like and why would you want to live in one? We talk about other types of neighborhood designs and what is driving these types of developments.
In today’s episode, we discuss what goes on in our brains when we have a hot seller’s market like we do in Colorado. Are sellers greedy? Are buyers overpaying? Why do we get hot and cold markets in real estate anyway? Hope you enjoy!
In today’s episode, we walk through some things to consider when you are making a long distance move to a new area. What additional concerns come with these types of moves and what unique things should you consider?
Kyle’s recommended website: www.city-data.com
Mike’s fancy article (targeted towards businesses): www.cobizmag.com/Trends/Getting-your-employees-from-there-to-here/
Due to popular demand our good friend Adam, the former mortgage lender, is back with more inside info on how the lending process actually gets done. We talk about appraisals, title, and areas where the consumer can look for excess fees.
In this episode, we interview a mortgage lender to get a behind the scenes perspective on the lending process.
In this episode, we talk about the different ways real estate agents get paid, who pays them, and some generalized numbers.
In this episode, we take off our real estate salesmen hats to discuss 10 reasons why you may not want to buy a house.
In this episode, we talk about representation agreements, otherwise known as those contracts that agents want you to sign before they work with you. Should you sign them? What should you look out for?