Capital gains exemption, the mortgage interest deduction, depreciation of investment properties, and 1031 exchange could save you thousands. Class taught by Lutz CPA in conjunction with Living Room Real Estate. RSVP required, please reserve your seat on EventBrite.com.
5:30 pm – Networking, Happy Hour and light food served
6:30 pm – Class, followed by Q & A
Hannah & Brandon, Edgewater
Kassidy Benson, Buyer Representative
Read their client testimonial here
Mark your calendar. I hope you can make it!
Meet at the local watering hole and learn the neighborhood characteristics, market stats and amenities.
After a drink, we will look at one or two houses for sale in the neighborhood.
Thursday, JUNE 14th at 6PM
Plimoth, 2335 E 28th Ave, Denver, CO 80205
in Denver’s Skyland neighborhood.
A great way to get out and get a feel for the different neighborhoods is to check out the local neighborhood Farmer’s Markets. These are my favorite farmer’s markets around Denver.
Cherry Creek Fresh Market
Saturdays, May 4th – Oct 26th 8AM- 1PM
Wednesdays, June – Sept 25th 9AM 1PM
Union Station Market
Saturdays, May 11th – Oct 26th 9AM- 1PM
South Pearl Street Farmers Market
Saturdays, May 19th – Nov 17th 9AM- 1PM
RiNo Fresh Market
Saturdays, June 15–Oct. 12, 2019 9AM–1 PM
Highlands Square Farmers Market
Sundays, June 2–Sept. 29, 2019, 9AM– 1PM
City Park Fresh Market
Sundays, June 2–Oct. 27, 2019, 9AM –1PM
I was honored to be chosen to be part of 5280s “Fortune Teller’s Guide to Denver Real Estate”. Taylor and I sat down to go thru the issue and give you our predictions for Denver’s market. We will be posting a series of videos in the upcoming days so make sure you come back to see them all.
Thank you to everyone who came and made the LUNCH & LEARN such a success. If your company would like to host a similar event PLEASE REACH OUT TO ME. It is a great presentation to learn about the Denver market, first-time real estate investments and home ownership. I look forward to scheduling an event with you soon.
*MORE dETAILED information about what LUNCH and LEARN will teach you.
If you purchased your home with less than 20% down, you may be paying PMI. PMI is usually required by lenders because with less than 20% down you are considered a risky buyer more likely to default. In Denver, prices have gone up significantly the last two years. In May 2016 the average sales price was $451,429 and in May of this 2018 that jumped $89,195 to $540,624. A 20% down payment would have been $90,285 in 2016 and $108,124 in 2018. That is a lot of money!!
Many millennials were smart, they jumped into the market with 5-10% down conventional loans.
Once your loan to home value reaches 80%, you can contact your mortgage company to cancel your PMI. They will not identify this, so you will have it initiate the change. Each mortgage company is different, but there should be a place on their website to request to cancel your PMI. Once you initiate the process, they will require an appraisal ($700) or a broker price opinion ($100) to verify your home’s value before they drop the PMI.
Unsure of your homes value? Please contact me for a free broker’s price opinion before you pay for an appraisal to make sure you are eligible to drop your PMI.