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Rising Conforming Loan Limits

New Year – New Limits The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) publishes annual conforming loan limits that apply to all conventional mortgages delivered to Fannie Mae, including general loan limits and the high-cost area loan limits. High-cost area loan limits vary by geographic location. In Colorado, especially within the front range due to our rising […]


Close and Move in Winter

Baby It’s Cold Outside! In a strong real estate market such as Denver’s, we are seeing a continuation of homes selling into the Fall and speculate that it will take us right through into Winter. Actually, sellers find it advantageous to list or continue to list their property for sale because of less competition. The […]


Securing Your Credit

Before You Freeze Your Credit. The most recent Equifax security breach certainly exposed millions of informational profiles that may potentially cause some credit issues for consumers. While there are many programs being put into place to help mitigate the potential exposure, there is a common one that most credit concerned consumers are being asked to […]


The Right Neighborhood to Fit You

Where to Look. How to Factor a Decision. Where does one begin when looking for a neighborhood to fit their family? There are many things to consider when choosing an area for your new home. Not only is the family aspect first and foremost important, but so can other economic considerations in making the final […]

Fed Rates Up. Options in Home Lending

When Fed Rates Move Up. What are the options in home lending? As with any transition in leadership, such as our country’s upcoming change in January 2017, markets will react. In the case of mortgage lending it depends highly on what the Federal Funds Rate does to the power of money and interest rate adjustments. […]

Watch Your Home Value

Rising Home Values It wasn’t too long ago that we faced the great recession in America. The banking and lending industry had reached the brink and the housing market came tumbling down. For many parts of the country, it was a long and arduous climb back out. Some parts of the country still feel the […]