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Stopping Foreclosure in Colorado Springs, CO

Posted on: January 28th, 2017 by , No Comments

Stopping foreclosure can be a pain for most. If you’re not sure what to do when it comes to foreclosure, don’t worry – I got your back.

The Supreme Guide to Selling An Inherited Home

Posted on: January 28th, 2017 by , 1 Comment

Inheriting a home in Colorado from a loved one can be an extremely difficult time in one’s life. Prior to inheriting the home, you were probably dealing with a family member who has been battling a sickness or moving on from old age. The last thing you are thinking about during this period of time is what you will do with their property. However, when the house becomes yours, figuring

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Inheriting a House in Colorado Springs, CO

Posted on: January 21st, 2017 by , 2 Comments

While you’ve gained a new property that can drastically improve your standard of living, you’ve also lost a loved one. Making decisions while you’re grieving can seem impossible.

Why Selling Your House to a Real Estate Investor Works

Posted on: January 15th, 2017 by , No Comments

Here’s a situation: You need to sell your house, and you need to do it as soon as possible. How do you do that? You can either do it by working with a real estate agent, going DIY through FSBO or by selling your house to a real estate investor. Selling one’s home isn’t a simple straight line – it can be a different journey for many people, and it all

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The Colorado Foreclosure Process

Posted on: January 14th, 2017 by , 1 Comment

Most homeowners need to borrow money from the bank before buying a property.

Selling a House in Probate in Colorado Springs, CO

Posted on: January 7th, 2017 by , 1 Comment

Unfortunately, selling a house in probate is not an easy process and can be lengthy and somewhat frustrating. There are cases where you can sell a house without probate.

I’m Facing Foreclosure What Are My Options?

Posted on: January 5th, 2017 by , 1 Comment

Loan modifications, secondary loans, borrowing from acquaintances, filing for bankruptcy, and selling are all possibilities with varying success rates.