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2017 Recap and Looking Ahead in 2018

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2017 has come and gone and as we’re looking ahead in 2018, it’s helpful to reflect on what happened in Northern Colorado’s real estate market this past year.  With the effects of strained inventory, increased unaffordability, construction defects legislation and, to top it all off, a new tax plan impacting buyers, sellers, and investors alike, 2017 was an interesting year.  Let’s check out the numbers:

Northern Colorado Home Sales

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Northern Colorado Median Home Values

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Fort Collins

Although sales were down in the Fort Collins market in December, year over year sales were up just over 3%.  The increased sales were the result of continued in-migration of new residents, who actually had nearly 7.5% more houses available to them.  Although 7.5% does not seem like a large amount of actively available homes, it represents a 548 home increase from 2016.  This is the first year since 2008 where there was an increase, rather than decrease, in active listings in Fort Collins.  This increase in availability also helped to keep median values from breaking beyond the $400,000 mark.  The median value for a Fort Collins area home was up past $380,000, about 7% higher than 2016.

Loveland/Berthoud

The Loveland/Berthoud market had the biggest increase in sales, nearly 12% higher than 2016 sales figures.  These sales were helped in large part to the increased new construction options available, along with a perceived affordability as compared to Fort Collins.  Active listings were also up 4.62% from 2016, which represents a 251 home increase.  Median values in the Loveland/Berthoud market were up 4.35%, up over $360,000.  So, when comparing these values to Fort Collins, it is nominally more affordable.

Greeley/Evans

Greeley/Evans, as always, remains to be quite the outlier as compared to the remainder of the region.  Greeley’s active listings were down over 18% from 2016, meaning there were substantially fewer and fewer homes available in the area.  Because of the strained inventory, fewer closed sales resulted, down 14% from 2016.  This inventory crisis resulted in a 10% increase in median home values, up to $275,000, which is simple supply and demand economics.  Greeley is the lone bright spot in an otherwise unaffordable region, however, with inventory concerns, values will creep up above that $300,000 mark soon.

Looking Ahead in 2018

New Construction

The illusion of plenty of new construction in Northern Colorado is just that, an illusion.  Many may not remember the 2001-2005 boom of new construction, with neighborhoods popping up across the region.  Currently, we are still making up for lost new construction from the recession.  While any new construction is a welcome sight, most new construction cannot be delivered below a $400,000 threshold.  Although this gives some move-up buyers a home to acquire, this leaves plenty of first time and lower-end buyers picking through the resale market.  With less and less land to build on in Northern Colorado, this trend will continue.

Interest Rates

Experts have been predicting rising interest rates for years and the economy has recovered nationally, however, will 2018 be the year rates finally rise?  All signs point to yes.  Although we certainly don’t expect a 2-3% jump, perhaps a 1/2% increase will begin the upward momentum.  Of course, rising interest rates hurts affordability as a buyer’s purchasing strength is lessened.

Inventory

Inventory has been strained across the region for the last 5+ years and we expect that trend to continue.  Luckily, there are some homeowners who are taking advantage of their increased equity, selling, and moving up.  Although this sale and subsequent purchase results in a net zero for regional inventory, it still represents movement in the right direction, rather than homeowners just sitting on their home, waiting for purchase prices to relax.  This has been an incredible market to move up in, cashing in on equity increases, and getting more space and function at lower interest rates.  But, without more acheivable entry-level inventory, first time buyers or lower end buyers are stuck.

Prices

Although a 3% increase in values is considered healthy, because of the lack of inventory, and increased desirability of Northern Colorado, we’re predicting a 7-8% increase in prices across the region.  While that doesn’t necessarily appear to be a large increase, when it is coupled with double digit increases from years’ past, we’ll be surging well over $400,000 in Fort Collins in no time.  Add to that increased interest rates, and you get the picture.  Things will continue to be more and more unaffordable across the region looking ahead in 2018.

What do you do with all this information? Well, if you’re like many of our past clients, you contacted us for a casual consultation to better understand the market in your community and neighborhood.  Buyers have had great success getting prepared with our guidance in this competitive market and sellers have also been able to work through logistical and strategic challenges as well.  There is something for everyone in this market, you just have to have the right insight and expertise to make the most of your next move.  Contact us today to understand your opportunities in 2018.

Jared Reimer Ascent Real Estate ProfessionalsAbout the Author:  Jared Reimer is a native Coloradoan and the Owner and Managing Broker of Ascent Real Estate Professionals.  He’s a community advocate, business champion, blogger, leader, tireless volunteer, innovator, thinker and expert on all things real estate in Fort Collins and surrounding Northern Colorado.  You’re likely to find Jared spending quality time outside with his wife, Kacie, and young son, Hudson, or sharing a beer or two with a friend throughout Fort Collins.  Call or text Jared at 970.222.1049 or email him at Jared@AscentREProfessionals.com

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What’s Better at Ascent: No Gimmicks

We understand that we operate in a competitive and crowded marketplace.  Every agent is a little different, every brokerage and real estate office is different – that’s what makes our industry strong: diversity!  If you’re seeking out an agent or a company to do business with, it can be hard to compare and it can be difficult to really find what makes a company unique.  In our “What’s Better At Ascent” series, we aim to breakdown just what makes us different and better than the average brokerage.  If you are interested working with us, start a conversation with our managing broker, Jared Reimer.  Call or text him at  970.222.1049 or email him at Jared@AscentREProfessionals.com.

No Gimmicks

Did you know there are over 1150 Realtors in Fort Collins?  Add to that a few hundred licensed non-realtor agents, along with another thousand Realtors in Windsor, Loveland and Greeley that serve the Northern Colorado area.  It’s been said that at any time of day, you can throw a beer can out of a window and hit a Realtor.  Competition is fierce and everybody is looking for an edge when getting more exposure to potential home buyers and sellers.

We have a policy at Ascent: no gimmicks, giveaways or other BS to “earn” your business. Everyone is competing to help you buy a home or list your house and it’s our thought that providing you with expert advice, timely guidance, and unmatched service is our way of winning your business.  You can see evidence of our ‘no gimmicks’ model throughout our website and blog, by what we do in the community, and how we serve our clients everyday.  We’ll never ask you to share a facebook post to win a $5 gift card, or solicit your email address for a chance to win anything – we want to work with you because you see value in us and can trust we’ll help you reach your real estate goals.

See, it’s a matter of mindset.  We work to build strong relationships with our clients, not just transactional exchanges.  If someone uses gimmicks to get you in the door, it’s our experience that they’ll use similar cheap methods to try and sell your home.  Who wants that?  By building a strong sense of trust with our Agents, you can be certain we’re working hard for you every step of the way.

If you’re interested in working with Ascent give us a call or text at 970.222.1049 or email our managing broker at Jared@AscentREProfessionals.com to get more information.  Knowing exactly who you’re doing business with is important to us, and we owe you complete transparency in how we operate.  You can trust us in your next purchase or sale.  Let’s get started!

Jared Reimer Ascent Real Estate ProfessionalsAbout the Author:  Jared Reimer is a native Coloradoan and the Owner and Managing Broker of Ascent Real Estate Professionals.  He’s a community advocate, business champion, blogger, leader, tireless volunteer, innovator, thinker and expert on all things real estate in Fort Collins and surrounding Northern Colorado.  You’re likely to find Jared spending quality time outside with his wife, Kacie, and son, Hudson, or sharing a beer or two with a friend throughout Fort Collins.  Call or text Jared at 970.222.1049 or email him at Jared@AscentREProfessionals.com

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House Hacks for a Happy Retirement

Fort Collins Real Estate Advice and Insight

After the financial crisis in the earlier part of this decade, tons of savings and retirement accounts were hit hard.  Baby boomers considering retirement likely put those plans on hold, whether they wanted to or not, until the market returned and their nest egg was healthy and stable again.  Since I’ve been in the business, I’ve started seeing how savvy retirees are utilizing the new sharing economy, and booming housing market to their benefit – either providing greater freedom, better quality of life or supplemental income in their retirement years.  Here are my best tips on utilizing house hacks for a happy retirement.

House Hacks: Downsize and Rent Out

By far one of the easiest options for retirees who are now empty-nesters is the simple, yet powerful, downsize and rent-out model.  Simply put, instead of selling that big home you raised your family in, purchase a smaller, more manageable home, townhome, condo or maintenence free patio home, and keep the old house as a rental.  This keeps two appreciating assets within the family.  If the old home is completely paid off, you can certainly use the rental income to cover the mortgage (if you have one) and expenses of the downsized home.  This provides more financial stability, and a better quality of life and supplemental income.

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For those adventure seekers, if you have a home but want to get out and travel, consider renting it out for 6 or 9 months, rent an RV or travel trailer and use the income from your rental proceeds to see the world.  Your level of rental income will definitely determine your jet-setting lifestyle, but no matter the income, it’ll help you draw from those retirement dollars at a slower pace – and you finally get to live that nomad lifestyle you’ve wanted.

House Hacks: Home-Share

If you know you’ll need to stretch your retirement income in your golden years, consider a home share situation where you rent out your basement or an extra bedroom.  If you live in a college town, this can also be a great option to provide an affordable place to live, while potentially trading some rent for work around the house.  Everyone benefits as you gain stability with your fixed income.

House Hacks: Alley House, Granny Flat, and other ADU’s

To add on to the home-share lifestyle, consider building an alley house, granny flat or other accessory dwelling unit on your property. Of course, you’ll have to follow municipal guidelines and make sure you’re legal, however, this can be an incredible way to boost your retirement income and provide a safe and stable rental for a student, family or fellow retiree.

House Hacks: Invest, Invest, Invest1128996_1920

Not exactly a house hack, but a proven way to gain wealth is by investing in real estate.  Utilizing your nest egg and amplifying it by purchasing simple investment real estate will provide you with safe, stable and secure retirement income for as long as you own the property.  Make your income even more turn key by hiring a property manager to handle all the headaches of maintenance, leasing and rent collecting.

 

Spoiler alert – these house hacks for a happy retirement can be used by anyone in any stage of life, and they will definitely help you with your retirement goals.  I own investment property and I will be able to teach you simple ways to grow your nest egg through real estate.  If you’ve considered owning investment real estate, let’s sit down and talk about your options – contact me today.

Jared Reimer Ascent Real Estate ProfessionalsAbout the Author:  Jared Reimer is a native Coloradoan and the Owner and Managing Broker of Ascent Real Estate Professionals.  He’s a community advocate, business champion, blogger, leader, tireless volunteer, innovator, thinker and expert on all things real estate in Fort Collins and surrounding Northern Colorado.  You’re likely to find Jared spending quality time outside with his wife, Kacie, and young son, Hudson, or sharing a beer or two with a friend throughout Fort Collins.  Call or text Jared at 970.222.1049 or email him at Jared@AscentREProfessionals.com

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Sales Hold Steady, Median Values Increasing Again

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What seems to be a very short lived “correction” may be just that, short lived.  The late summer surge of inventory helped to keep median prices lower than they had been in over a year, but that trend seems to have reversed in October, as the last gasp of sales plays out in 2017.  Prices in Fort Collins returned to the $375,000+ mark as homes in the Loveland/Berthoud area saw a new record median value of $390,000.  Not to be outdone, values in Greeley and Evans are just below record highs at $280,000.

Northern Colorado Home Sales

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Northern Colorado Median Home Values

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What to Expect for the Remainder of 2017

With fewer and fewer homes coming on the market near the end of the year, this is generally a pretty quiet and predictable time in real estate.  There just isn’t an opportunity, based on inventory, for big jumps in sales or median value, up or down.  It’s my opinion that for the remainder of the year, we’ll see level sales and level prices throughout the region.  Once 2018 hits, get ready for another season of fast paced activity.

As mentioned previously, the NoCo real estate market is always changing: expanding, contracting, or leveling off.  Keeping on top of the market will ensure you are prepared when it’s time to make a move, a shift in the market might be subtle and I’m here to help you navigate.  I’d love it if you told your friends, family and co-workers about the interesting and important information I’m always working on – educated homebuyers and sellers are empowered, and I love working with smart and intelligent folks. Let’s get to work.

Jared Reimer Ascent Real Estate ProfessionalsAbout the Author:  Jared Reimer is a native Coloradoan and the Owner and Managing Broker of Ascent Real Estate Professionals.  He’s a community advocate, business champion, blogger, leader, tireless volunteer, innovator, thinker and expert on all things real estate in Fort Collins and surrounding Northern Colorado.  You’re likely to find Jared spending quality time outside with his wife, Kacie, and young son, Hudson, or sharing a beer or two with a friend throughout Fort Collins.  Call or text Jared at 970.222.1049 or email him at Jared@AscentREProfessionals.com

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New Neighborhood Spotlight: Winter Farm

Ascent’s new neighborhood spotlight feature is dedicated to showcasing Northern Colorado’s new construction communities.  Whether they’re affordable, production level, semi-custom, or fully custom homes, you’ll enjoy this deep dive into each neighborhood.  If you’d like a new project featured, just contact me – I’m happy to showcase your special spot.  And if you’re interested in potentially buying or selling a home in any of our featured neighborhoods, drop me a line to start the process.  Enjoy!

Winter Farm Windsor

On the growing northeast side of downtown Windsor lies the “new” community of Winter Farm.  “New” is the appropriate title of this community, simply because the community has been getting built out for over a decade now.  Originally “Peakview Estates” the community grew to be known as Winter Farm.

If you’re looking for entry level to mid-level priced homes, you’ll likely find exactly what you need in Winter Farm.  Homes that were built 8-10 years ago are still in very good shape, pride of ownership shines through in this neighborhood.  Starting between $400,000 to $500,000 for a new home, you’ll have plenty of space.  Most homes are between 3000-4000sf with large unfinished basements, and 3 car garages for all your cars and toys.

Winter Farm Schools

Elementary: Rangeview

Middle School: Severance

High School: Windsor

Winter Farm Builders

IMG_6618Saint Aubyn Homes – Saint Aubyn’s has very few remaining homes at Winter Farm and they may be entirely sold out soon.  Saint Aubyn was responsible for the original Peakview Estates development and built the majority of the homes between 2010 and now.

Midian Home – Midian Home has a handful of floor plans available, ranging between about 3000sf to 4000sf with 3 car garages.  Prices range between $350,000 and $500,000

Bridgewater Homes – Bridgewater is the neighborhood’s most active builders with about 20 homes currently available between $400,000 and $500,000.

Listings at Winter Farm

Not all the homes are listed through the MLS (this is common and frustrating), so it’s important to give me a call to see all the homes that are available in the community.  If you’re interested in taking a tour the neighborhood, make sure to bring me along.  I’ll be able to provide insight on pricing, floor plan popularity, resale considerations, incentives, and builder reputation before you even walk in the door.  It pays to have me represent you.

Jared Reimer Ascent Real Estate ProfessionalsAbout the Author:  Jared Reimer is a native Coloradoan and the Owner and Managing Broker of Ascent Real Estate Professionals.  He’s a community advocate, business champion, blogger, leader, tireless volunteer, innovator, thinker and expert on all things real estate in Fort Collins and surrounding Northern Colorado.  You’re likely to find Jared spending quality time outside with his wife, Kacie, and baby boy, Hudson, or sharing a beer or two with a friend throughout Fort Collins.  Call or text Jared at 970.222.1049 or email him at Jared@AscentREProfessionals.com

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What’s Better At Ascent – We’re Not “Salesy”

We understand that we operate in a competitive and crowded marketplace.  Every agent is a little different, every brokerage and real estate office is different – that’s what makes our industry strong: diversity!  If you’re seeking out an agent or a company to do business with, it can be hard to compare and it can be difficult to really find what makes a company unique.  In our “What’s Better At Ascent” series, we aim to breakdown just what makes us different and better than the average brokerage.  If you are interested working with us, start a conversation with our managing broker, Jared Reimer.  Call or text him at  970.222.1049 or email him at Jared@AscentREProfessionals.com.

We’re Not Salesy

We get it.  The typical reputation of a real estate agent is somewhere between a used car salesman and an ambulance chasing attorney.  We’re trying our best to show you a different side to real estate – we’re not “salesy”.

When we say, we’re not “salesy”, we mean that instead of trying to sell you on something, whether buying or selling, we want you to be empowered in your decision by being fully educated.  Our goal is to provide the best information and guidance, based on the current market, so that you have the most options and opportunity when making a decision.

A lot of the information we provide is through this blog and our website.  We have over 200 articles (and growing) regarding the purchase and sale process, regional statistics, advice, guidance and perspectives you won’t find in any other brokerage.  This blog alone can help you feel more empowered to make a move and understand exactly when to do it. On top of that, by just meeting with one of our agents, you will understand that we back-up our digital advice with real world experience and guidance.

Speaking of not being salesy, we also like to point out that we aren’t flashy, over the top, fake-it-till-you-make-it kind of Realtors. If you’re impressed by pizzazz, flare and flash – we aren’t your best fit.  If you are impressed by intelligent, REAL, and talented agents, consider giving us a try.  Don’t be distracted by the perception of success – understand it first hand by working with us.  We certainly aren’t the biggest brokerage in the region, but, we provide the best, unfiltered guidance to our clients.  If you think a name tag, fancy car, and three piece suit is the sign of a great agent – you might by working with a salesman rather than a true advocate for your needs.

If you’re interested in working with Ascent give us a call or text at 970.222.1049 or email our managing broker at Jared@AscentREProfessionals.com to get more information.  Knowing exactly who you’re doing business with is important to us, and we owe you complete transparency in how we operate.  You can trust us in your next purchase or sale.  Let’s get started!

Jared Reimer Ascent Real Estate ProfessionalsAbout the Author:  Jared Reimer is a native Coloradoan and the Owner and Managing Broker of Ascent Real Estate Professionals.  He’s a community advocate, business champion, blogger, leader, tireless volunteer, innovator, thinker and expert on all things real estate in Fort Collins and surrounding Northern Colorado.  You’re likely to find Jared spending quality time outside with his wife, Kacie, and son, Hudson, or sharing a beer or two with a friend throughout Fort Collins.  Call or text Jared at 970.222.1049 or email him at Jared@AscentREProfessionals.com

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Neighborhood Spotlight: Highlander Heights and Prospect Estates Fort Collins

Ascent’s neighborhood spotlight feature is dedicated to showcasing Northern Colorado’s unique neighborhoods.  Whether they’re high end, in-demand, luxury, custom, or just all-around interesting, you’ll enjoy this deep dive into each neighborhood.  If you’d like your neighborhood featured, just contact me – I’m happy to showcase your special spot.  And if you’re interested in potentially buying or selling a home in any of our featured neighborhoods, drop me a line to start the process.  Enjoy!

Highlander Heights and Prospect Estates Fort Collins

Character, charm and a great location await you in Highlander Heights and Prospect Estates in east Fort Collins.  This is one of our favorite neighborhoods because of the large lots, mature trees and rolling streets.  Situated just to the Southeast of Poudre Valley Hospital, at the corner of Prospect and Lemay, and cuddled by Riverside to the East and North, Highlander Heights and Prospect Estates is home to some of Fort Collins’ most unique and sought after mid-priced homes with character.

As Fort Collins began to expand to the south and east in the mid-1960’s, there was a need for additional housing.  Prospect was about as far south as the city extended at the time.  With the success of the hospital along Lemay, developers eyed the open farmland just to the east – to be known as Highlander Heights and Prospect Estates.

Home values in the neighborhood range quite a bit, from the mid to high $300’s, all the way beyond the mid $650’s.  There are all kinds of different styles of homes, but large sprawling ranches seem to dominate the area, as was common in the 60’s and 70’s.  Most homes in Highlander Heights have at least 1/4 acre, and homes in Prospect Estates range from 1/3rd of an acre to nearly 1 acre.  Another element to the neighborhood is the attached apartment and townhome buildings on the north side that border Riverside and McHugh, which brings a more affordable element to the community.

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Quick Stats

2017 Average Price: $397,357

2017 Average DOM: 39

# of 2017 Home Sales: 14

# of currently active homes: 3

Click the link to see what’s available in Highlander Heights and Prospect Estates and give me a call or shoot me a text if you’d like to take a peek at what’s on the market.

Jared Reimer Ascent Real Estate ProfessionalsAbout the Author:  Jared Reimer is a native Coloradoan and the Owner and Managing Broker of Ascent Real Estate Professionals.  He’s a community advocate, business champion, blogger, leader, tireless volunteer, innovator, thinker and expert on all things real estate in Fort Collins and surrounding Northern Colorado.  You’re likely to find Jared spending quality time outside with his wife, Kacie, and baby boy, Hudson, or sharing a beer or two with a friend throughout Fort Collins.  Call or text Jared at 970.222.1049 or email him at Jared@AscentREProfessionals.com

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Video: Hartford Homes Builder Profile

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If you missed my builder spotlight on Hartford Homes, give it a look – see what makes them unique in Northern Colorado new construction. Contact me at 970.222.1049 or email me at Jared@AscentREProfessionals.com.  As always, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Youtube!

Jared Reimer Ascent Real Estate ProfessionalsAbout the Author:  Jared Reimer is a native Coloradoan and the Owner and Managing Broker of Ascent Real Estate Professionals.  He’s a community advocate, business champion, blogger, leader, tireless volunteer, innovator, thinker and expert on all things real estate in Fort Collins and surrounding Northern Colorado.  You’re likely to find Jared spending quality time outside with his wife, Kacie, and young son, Hudson, or sharing a beer or two with a friend throughout Fort Collins.  Call or text Jared at 970.222.1049 or email him at Jared@AscentREProfessionals.com

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Builder Spotlight: Hartford Homes

Our builder spotlight feature is dedicated to showcasing quality and thoughtful builders throughout Northern Colorado who really respect the process of the new home-building experience.  These builders dedicate themselves to providing unique and individualized spaces while ensuring their clients are involved, informed and engaged from beginning to end.  If you are interested in building a new home anywhere in Northern Colorado, please contact me to understand the process and start your adventure!

Hartford Homes

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Hartford Homes Homes is a continually growing, family-owned regional builder that has a very extensive background and portfolio of homes throughout Northern Colorado.   The company was founded in 1988 by Gary Hoover and now his son, Landon, is President and Partner.   They have a full team of construction, development, marketing and customer relationship experts dedicated to building quality homes and making sure their buyers are absolutely satisfied with the results.

Over the past decade, Hartford Homes has been involved in the development, construction or buildout of some of the region’s most recognizable neighborhoods – Enchantment Ridge in Loveland, Highland Meadows in Windsor, Hunters Cove in Greeley,  Hunters Run in Loveland, Poudre River Ranch in Greeley, River West in Windsor, Stetson Creek in Fort Collins, Harmony Club in Timnath, and Thompson Crossing in Loveland.  If you’re familiar with any of these neighborhoods, you’ll understand that the variety of options Hartford Homes provides is incredible – from attached townhomes, to affordable single family homes, maintenance free patio homes, to fully custom luxury homes.  Their floor plans are flexible and adaptive to the majority of buyers throughout every price range.

Currently, Hartford Homes is focusing on buildout at Plantation Manor in west central Fort Collins – an attached home project with homes in the mid-$300k range.  Along with that project, Hartford Homes was instrumental in opening up the northeast portion of Fort Collins near Timberline and Vine – hence the neighborhood “Timbervine” name.  Right next door, Mosaic is gaining momentum as well.  Don’t forget the affordable single family homes in Harvest Village in Wellington – they start in the low $300’s.  Last and not least, are the luxury patio homes at Wild Wing in Timnath – starting in the high $400’s.  Variety with quality is the name of the game with Hartford Homes.

If you’re interested in building a new home with Hartford Homes, give me a call at 970.222.1049 or email me at Jared@AscentREProfessionals.com to get more information.  Building a home from scratch is a very involved process, and I aim to make it a fun and engaging.  I’ll be with you every step of the process – from builder and site selection, through design, customization, resale consideration, construction and financing.  Let’s get started!

Jared Reimer Ascent Real Estate ProfessionalsAbout the Author:  Jared Reimer is a native Coloradoan and the Owner and Managing Broker of Ascent Real Estate Professionals.  He’s a community advocate, business champion, blogger, leader, tireless volunteer, innovator, thinker and expert on all things real estate in Fort Collins and surrounding Northern Colorado.  You’re likely to find Jared spending quality time outside with his wife, Kacie, and newborn son, Hudson, or sharing a beer or two with a friend throughout Fort Collins.  Call or text Jared at 970.222.1049 or email him at Jared@AscentREProfessionals.com

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Happy Halloween From Ascent

Fort Collins Real Estate Video Update

Happy Halloween! If you’re buying or selling in the near future, get prepared with my hot takes and guidance on my blog and enewsletter. Don’t get spooked by this market! I will not monkey around when it comes to getting the results you need…contact me at 970.222.1049 or email me at Jared@AscentREProfessionals.com.  As always, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Youtube!

Jared Reimer Ascent Real Estate ProfessionalsAbout the Author:  Jared Reimer is a native Coloradoan and the Owner and Managing Broker of Ascent Real Estate Professionals.  He’s a community advocate, business champion, blogger, leader, tireless volunteer, innovator, thinker and expert on all things real estate in Fort Collins and surrounding Northern Colorado.  You’re likely to find Jared spending quality time outside with his wife, Kacie, and young son, Hudson, or sharing a beer or two with a friend throughout Fort Collins.  Call or text Jared at 970.222.1049 or email him at Jared@AscentREProfessionals.com

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