1. The Expense of Home Buying – Closing Costs and Fees

    Looking at homes for sale, it’s clear that buying a house is expensive. With the growing market in Loveland, Colorado, houses are being swept up quickly so the more you know about the process and the costs involved, the easier it will be to find a home of your dreams. A complicated and definitely overwhelming part of the real estate process are the fees and closing costs. Get over this hurdle an…Read More

  2. New vs. Pre-Owned House

    With all of the new growth in Loveland, Colorado, there are plenty of opportunities for purchasing a new construction home, but with the lovely charm that existing homes have, it can be hard deciding which decision is right for you and your family. There are both positives and negatives for both sides, so how do you decide? With the help of the realtors at The Janes Group, you can go through all o…Read More

  3. How to Juggle Buying and Selling at the Same Time

    Nothing says juggling like trying to sell your house and buying a house at the same time. With the quickly moving real estate of Loveland, Colorado, staying organized and having a reliable real estate agent on your side are key. It is important to evaluate whether you would like to first buy or sell and then go on from there. Contact a real estate agent at The Janes Group today for guidance and su…Read More

  4. What’s Going On In Loveland This Summer?

    A part of what new home buyers look forward to most is being a part of the community, heading downtown and running into people they know, or at the grocery store striking up a conversation with neighbors. When you buy a house in Loveland, Colorado, you’re opening up to a warm and lively community, where people get out of the house and look for activities on the weekends, whether that’s simply …Read More

  5. Why You Should Get Pre-Approved

    In the previous blog, we discussed what lenders look at when homebuyers are applying for a mortgage, but when buying a house, do you know the importance of being pre-approved? The real estate market in Loveland, Colorado, is booming so being pre-approved for a mortgage is nearly essential when you’re planning on searching for property for sale. If you are beginning this process, contact a realto…Read More

  6. What Does the Bank Look at When Lending for a Home?

    The first step in buying a house in Loveland, Colorado, is being approved for a home loan. After possibly years of saving for a down payment, it’s time to start meeting with banks and lending companies and start the process of filling out loan applications. For those who have never been through the process before, it can be more than overwhelming, and the anxiety may be there until you actually …Read More

  7. Why is Your House Not Selling?

    When you’ve had your house listed on the market for weeks, open houses have gone by, and houses in the neighborhood have been listed and sold in just days, you may begin to wonder why your house is still on the market. Maybe interest has been shown, but there haven’t been any serious bites; you may need to take a step back and consider why the house isn’t selling. Real estate is booming in L…Read More

  8. Get Your House Ready to Sell

    Spring came quickly this year in Loveland, Co. and Northern Colorado, so that means if you are planning on selling your house this spring or summer, it’s time to get to work! Preparing a property to be put on the market can be time-consuming and attention needs to be paid to every detail. When it’s time to have an open house, your home will be that much more appealing to potential buyers if ce…Read More

  9. Leave No Stone Unturned

    Buying or selling a house can be immensely complicated, with real estate laws, contracts, inspections, and negotiating terms. There are some who want to try going through the process solo, but they are potentially missing out on a lot of benefits that can save them time, money, and most importantly, emotional stress. Having an invaluable resource on your side like a real estate agent can help you …Read More

  10. Rent vs. Buying a House

    Can’t decide if you should continue renting or if the time has come to buy a house? It’s a challenging and life changing decision and shouldn’t be done just because buying seems like the right thing to do. For many, there are advantages and disadvantages to both. Here is some information to help you weigh your options. At The Janes Group, we are ready to help you find your first home. Our re…Read More