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Selling a Home

Online Marketing Techniques to Sell Your Home

August 17, 2017
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When it comes to marketing your home online, your best bet is probably a seller’s agent with the industry tools, skills and know-how to effectively advertise your home on the multiple listing service (MLS). However, once your MLS listing is out in the world, you might find that broadcasting it with some powerful—and freely available—online tools will help you find the right buyer that much faster. Here are a few resources that could help boost your listing and get your home off the market in…

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Financing & Insuring

What Can a Loan Officer Do for You?

April 18, 2017
Couple meeting with loan officer

Loan officers work to help prospective borrowers obtain home loans (a.k.a. mortgages). But there’s more to the position than meets the eye. A lender’s loan officers assist borrowers through the mortgage lending process. They are skilled at evaluating a homebuyer’s creditworthiness (the degree to which he or she is considered likely to repay a loan), and are well-versed on the many different types of loans available in today’s market. If you are considering buying a new home, you can meet with a loan officer to…

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Financing & Insuring

Lock in Today’s Mortgage Rate until 2018

March 20, 2017
Dayton at Saddle Rock

Planning to buy a home this year? If you’ve been keeping a nervous eye on news from the Federal Reserve, wondering if you’re missing out on your best mortgage rate because you’re not ready to close, an extended rate lock might be just the thing you need to move forward with confidence. What is an extended rate lock? A buyer typically has sixty days to close a loan after locking in a mortgage rate. With an extended rate lock by HomeAmerican Mortgage Corporation, you can…

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Buying a Home

The Facts on Closing Costs

February 26, 2017

Closing costs: a generic term tossed around by mortgage originators, real estate agents and even your neighbor. But what are these fees all about? Read on to learn the basics of closing costs and how they will affect your home purchase. What are closing costs? Closing costs, or settlement costs, are one-time expenses charged in connection with the origination of your loan. They cover additional costs like loan origination fees, loan discount points, appraisal fees, title search fees, title insurance premiums, survey fees, transfer taxes,…

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Local Stories

A Closer Look at Aurora, Colorado’s Fastest-Growing Community

February 24, 2017
Copperleaf Entrance

Colorado homebuyers looking for an amenity-rich community south of Denver are often drawn to Copperleaf in Aurora. Today’s guest blog comes from the Copperleaf masterplan and speaks to all the advantages of buying at this extraordinary location. Enjoy! At Copperleaf, one of Aurora’s fastest growing new home communities, there is  an abundance of resources to nurture and enrich just about every aspect of your life…from spacious, high-quality homes, to exceptional Cherry Creek Schools and diverse community amenities, to a vast network of unique parks, trails…

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