“If a home is the most prized possession in an American’s portfolio, should we not take care of it a little differently than we currently are, allowing any Tom, Dick and Harry to get their license, facilitate the deal and call themselves an expert because they had extra ink to print a business card?” says Joshua Hunt, owner/broker of Trelora in the Denver, Colo. market.
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Nestled in the base of the Rockies, Denver, Colo. has often been touted as a great place to buy a home and raise a family. But, like elsewhere, the economy took its toll on Denver’s real estate market. The state had the eighth highest foreclosure rate in the nation during the first six months of 2012, according to Heather Draper of the Denver Business Journal. Although it represents a 4 percent increase over the
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The “pipes” are the dead giveaway that Larry Hotz is a former radio DJ: that deep, dulcet and oh-so-familiar voice. Although Hotz grew up on Chicago’s north shore, he moved to Colorado to attend the University of Denver, where he majored in Mass Communications. In fact, radio broadcasting gigs – both as a DJ and news person – paid his way through college. Interviewing people was one of the most valuable skills he acquired during this period– a skill he relies on daily in his real estate practice
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There couldn’t be a better time to be in the market for Fort Collins, Colorado real estate. The real estate market is showing some encouraging signs of increased sales activity and appears to be on the road to recovery. And interest rates continue to hover around historic low levels, making homes much more affordable.
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