Aerial view of neighborhood.

How Will an Uptick in Foreclosures Affect Real Estate Markets?

Blog Contributor Business Challenges, Rental Properties 4 Comments

By Neil Goradia

As of the first quarter of 2021, there were 33,699 properties with foreclosure filings in the U.S., according to ATTOM Data Solutions. That’s up 9% from the previous quarter, but down 78% from the first quarter of 2020—largely pre-pandemic. The rate of foreclosure in Colorado is less than 2%, which is historically low, however, for most of …

Larimer Square in Denver's LoDo neighborhood.

Real Estate Markets Profit From Shift in American Dream

Blog Contributor Being a REALTOR®, Home Sales Statistics, new homes, Sales & Marketing 1 Comment

By Neil Goradia

The Denver housing market has repeatedly made national news over the past decade,  setting records in real estate price appreciation. People continue to flock to the Mile High City—and many other parts of Colorado—because of our great attractions and ample job opportunities.

Denver is at the doorstep of the magnificent Rocky Mountains. It’s home to the Colorado …

Does Light Rail Access Increase Property Values?

Blog Contributor Rental Properties, Transportation, Working with Clients 4 Comments

By Neil Goradia

It has long been a common perception that access to light rail in any market will improve the value of a house, particularly in the eyes of an investor.

As an investor myself, I am always looking for a way to bump up my returns, so I decided to take the time and dig a little deeper. …

Case Study: How Real Estate Pros Help Buyers and Sellers Avoid Costly Mistakes

Blog Contributor Being a REALTOR®, Buyers, Code of Ethics, Ethics & Policy, Fraud, Negligence, & Liability, Hazard & Disclosures, Sellers 13 Comments

By Neil Goradia

“OMG! My agent just made $7,000 and all they did was list my property!”

Does this sound familiar?

How often have you felt the need to defend your commission as a real estate agent?

This article is not to beat up on for sale by owners. In fact, there are plenty of times that it works great.

My 23 Best Tips to Succeed as a Real Estate Agent

Blog Contributor Being a REALTOR®, Working with Clients 8 Comments

By Neil Goradia

Life, meaning, happiness, success, money: These are all different things to different people— and that is how it should be, right?

This has been a crazy year for me, as I’m sure it’s been for all of us. On top of everything that’s going on in the world, I welcomed my third beautiful baby girl into our …