In Real Estate What’s a View Worth?

The mantra “location, location, location” can come down to property’s view. And a dust-up in Denver shows how obstructing a view can roil a neighborhood. By KRIS HUDSON Several neighbors in Denver’s Grant Ranch subdivision say they were pleased when billionaire Dish Network DISH +0.59% Chairman Charlie Ergen bought a house on ...
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Water and Homeowners Insurance

by Susanne Romo When most people think of home insurance and claims, fire or burglary is usually the first thing that concerns people.  But what might surprise you is that neither of those claims is the most common.  Water is. And your homeowner’s policy may or not cover the damage.  The bottom line your claims adjuster will need to know is —- ...
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Real Estate Q & A

By Special to the Sentinel Friday, August 10, 2012 Welcome to Ask Dave, the weekly Q&A designed to answer your questions about the local real estate market. The author, Dave Kimbrough, has a decade’s worth of experience helping clients buy and sell homes in the Grand Valley. He is a Realtor, a Certified Negotiation Expert and a member of the ...

Condo owners should buy secondary insurance

BY BARBARA HOLLAND Posted: Aug. 11, 2012 | 2:04 a.m. Q: I currently own a condominium that I rent to my granddaughter. Last Sunday, the girl who lives in the condo above mine called me and said she heard running water, and asked if would come over and see if we could figure out where it was coming from. I went over and we looked in all the storage ...
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Mtn. Law: Must a seller of real estate disclose defects to a potential buyer?

By Noah Klug special to the daily Must a seller of real estate disclose the property’s defects to a potential buyer? The general rule is caveat emptor (buyer beware). This means buyers are responsible for reasonably investigating what they are buying before buying it. The caveat emptor rule is supported by the language of widely used standard ...
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Real Estate Q&A with Dave Kimbrough

By Special to the Sentinel Dear Dave I have about 150K that I am wanting to invest in a rental property while the market is still considered a “buyers’ market”. I was all set to find my property and my Realtor suggested that instead of buying the property with cash, that I use that money to buy several properties which I would have mortgages ...
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Leanne Goff

Hi, I am Leanne Goff.  I have been involved in real estate for over a decade and relocated to lovely Colorado in 2008.  I focus on Boulder County real estate and also have experience with real estate in the North Denver Metro. Working through the years in real estate has given me the confidence and expertise to navigate the ever-changing situations ...
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Sheila Schlifkin

Sheila Schlifkin Tips From Sheila Schlifkin Insider tips The Kentwood Company 5690 DTC Blvd Ste 600W Greenwood Village, Co 80111 Phone:303-475-3275 Web: www.TheSchlifkinTeam.com Denver, an urban city with a Colorado Style where jeans are just as acceptable as the finest of cashmere, sits along the eastern edge of the Rocky Mountains. Referred ...

How to clean up your credit score?

Tara Siegel Bernard Healing a Wounded Credit Score Article Tara Siegel Bernard is a personal finance reporter for The New York Times. Some lost their jobs or were just overwhelmed by mounting debt. Others got caught up in the real estate bubble or had major medical bills. Whatever the reason, the rising number of foreclosures, short sales, ...

Colorado Tips Goff Leanne

Goff Leanne http://LeanneGoff.com Cell: 720-203-6227 Fax: 866-283-1511 Broker Associate Walnut Realty, Inc. Boulder, CO Tweet Colorado Tips Goff Leanne Colorado is everything you imagined! We have all the outdoor adventure that first comes to mind when thinking about our mountains and resorts. To compliment the rugged outdoors Denver is ...