1. Home Values Are Soaring in Northern Colorado

    We are in the heat of the summer and the Northern Colorado real estate market is on fire, but whether that is good or bad depends on which side of the deal you're on.  Both sides can agree that home values are soaring in Northern Colorado.  Take a look below to see what's happening in your sub-mar…Read More

  2. Home Prices Hit New Highs In Fort Collins

    With a headline that can nearly be repeated every month, "Home Prices Hit New Highs in Fort Collins", the upward trajectory of the real estate market is holding steady and continues to push new limits.  Not to be outdone, although not at record highs, the Loveland/Berthoud and Greeley/Evans markets…Read More

  3. 2017 Recap and Looking Ahead in 2018

    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 …Read More

  4. 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 co…Read More

  5. House Hacks for a Happy Retirement

    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.  Sinc…Read More

  6. Sales Hold Steady, Median Values Increasing Again

    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 C…Read More

  7. 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 co…Read More

  8. Buyers Are Favoring More Affordable Options

    The momentum of the hot summer sales season has officially waned and prices in the least affordable markets are showing signs of cooling down as buyers are favoring more affordable options.  Prices in Fort Collins that were once nearing the $400,000 mark just 3 months ago, have certainly reversed c…Read More

  9. What’s Better At Ascent – The Best Real Estate Content

    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 co…Read More

  10. Last Gasp Blog Post is Up

    #ICYMI - Take another look at my blog on Northern Colorado real estate’s last gasp - and if you need to make a move quick contact me at 970.222.1049 or email me at Jared@AscentREProfessionals.com.  As always, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Youtube! About the Author:  Jared Reimer i…Read More