Purchasing Your Home

Any major purchase requires research, careful analysis, consideration, and thought. Home buying isn't any different! Determining the right location, the number of bedrooms or bathrooms needed, and outdoor space is the easier things. However, there are many other factors to think about in your home search. From your initial search to the moment you get the keys to your new home, I will be there, guiding you through the process. I can even help connect you with mortgage professionals to get the best rates. 

As an area expert, I can help educate you on the different neighborhoods, schools, and other local community amenities that suit your lifestyle. 

Home Buying Can Be Easy
As your buying agent, I can help streamline the process of buying a home and make it easier for you. I’ve aligned myself with the top professionals in the industry, and once an offer has been accepted, I will personally help facilitate the process to close on the home. By working closely with mortgage brokers, title and escrow companies, home inspectors, and home warranty companies I will provide you with the best service possible!

Curious about what’s happening in your neighborhood? You can create a custom market report to see what’s active, under contract, and sold in your neighborhood! 

Not sure what the next steps are? Check out our blog post, "How to Buy a Home in Denver: Step-by-step Guide" and check out our estimated monthly mortgage calculator.

Considering selling or refinancing your home? Get an INSTANT property valuation now!

Contact us today to find out how we can be of assistance to you!



Curious what is happening with the NAR Lawsuit?

There is a lot of media surrounding the lawsuit. We received this letter from the NAR and want to share it with you so you can go directly to the source for more information.

As part of NAR’s commitment to help REALTORS® navigate the changes required by the recent settlement agreement, we are writing today to let you know that we have created a new resource for one of the key practice changes required by the settlement and updated the FAQ on facts.realtor with helpful new information:

  1. Guide on Written Buyer Agreements: Beginning August 17, 2024, a buyer representative “working with” a buyer will be required to enter into a written agreement with the buyer prior to touring a home, including both in-person and live virtual tours. This resource provides information about what provisions must be included in the written agreement pursuant to the NAR settlement. The guide is available here on our centralized website for information on the settlement, facts.realtor.

  2. FAQ Updates: We have added new material and made updates to the FAQ on facts.realtor. The new material provides further clarity on issues including steering (questions 46-49) and written listing agreements (questions 50-53). The format of the FAQ has also been updated to better display the timing of the latest updates.

We will continue to provide new and updated resources to help our members prepare for and navigate the changes required by the proposed settlement. You can always find the latest information and resources on the settlement at facts.realtor.