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Waves of uncertainty rise from seasonal factors and government shutdown

By Matthew Leprino January 2019   There is little that markets like less than uncertainty, be it real estate, or otherwise. So when a segment of the population isn’t working, and worse, when they aren’t spending money, uncertainty grows and creates a ripple effect throughout our economy. As the partial government shutdown nears ever closer to a month, the likelihood that it will...

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Move Over Denver, Colorado Springs Might Have The Hottest Housing Market

In the state’s second largest city, home prices have jumped 44 percent in the last 5 years. The Colorado Springs real estate market is the second most active in the country, according to Attom Data Solutions which tracks how many people are moving in an area.   “It is good to be an agent at this time. It’s always good to be...

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Heat in the morning, AC by noon – Denver’s Market isn’t a ‘set and forget’ just yet

Heat in the morning, AC by noon - Denver’s Market isn’t a 'set and forget’ just yet By Matthew Leprino   Like the climate control in your car, the climate of home buying season in Denver can change on a dime. Like its namesake, sometimes we skip spring altogether and head right for the 90s while every now and then, our summer flowers...

Buyer Frenzy and Bad Decisions

“Number one, cash is king… number two, communicate… number three, buy or bury the competition.”  - Jack Welch One of America’s most prominent business executives, Jack Welch, uttered those words in May, 2009 during the depths of our country’s most recent recession.  He was discussing business strategies for companies to survive during what was, at the time, a very uncertain economic...