Buying a New Home Before Selling Your Existing

Buying a New Home Before Selling Your Existing

Looking to buy new before selling your current home? Buying and selling a home can be complicated. But it doesn’t have to be if you know what you’re doing! In the video below I’ll walk you through 2 things to keep in mind if you’re buying a new home prior to selling your existing home. Take a moment to view these tips and as always, feel free to reach out to me with questions!

Capitol Peak – The Culmination of a 13 Year Adventure

Capitol is considered the hardest 14,000-foot ascent in Colorado for a reason. Most climbers do it in 2 days because it begins with a six-mile hike to the pristine Capitol Lake at 11,600 feet. From there the fun begins. Below is a picture of me just starting the hike from the trailhead. Behind me is the ominous Capitol Peak, the final destination!

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I began the ascent with my mountain guide, Nick, ...

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PYRAMID … 14’er No. 56!!

Aspen, Colorado was the approximate location of the last two 14,000 mountains I would be climbing to reach my goal of summiting all 57 that the State has to offer. I saved the two most difficult for the end, thinking that my vast experience would give me an edge. As I discovered, they were not as difficult as they were terrifying…but that revelation came later.
First of the last two was Pyramid Peak located in the Elk Range. We headed ...

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Apprehensive About Little Bear

I had read all about it and looked at too many pictures to count… and now here I was with it looming straight in front of me. Little Bear…. a 14,000 ft peak (14’er) rated among the 3 hardest in the State of Colorado. If you have followed my 14’er adventure for the past 13 years, you know that I set a goal when I turned 40 to climb all 58 in Colorado. As of this writing, I have successfully ...

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Scott's Perspective: Challenge Yourself!

If you’ve known me very long, you know that I am an avid outdoorsman, spending most of my vacations climbing mountains in the summer and snow skiing in the winter. This year I decided to try a sport that combines the two, so last month I traveled —by plane, train, bus and helicopter— into the mountains of British Columbia to engage in some back country skiing.
This was not one of those typical downhill ski trips where you ...

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Does a Bi-Weekly Payment Plan pay off your Home Mortgage faster?

Does a Bi-Weekly Payment Plan pay off your Home Mortgage faster?

Getting rid of a mortgage payment sounds appealing to any homeowner, so those Bi-Weekly Payment Plans offered to you by your mortgage lender might seem like a great idea. Before signing any paperwork, however, keep in mind that a bank-managed payment plan may not be your best option for owning your home faster.

How can I use a bi-weekly mortgage ...

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The Best Atlanta Mortgage Rates | What You Need to Know

The Best Atlanta Mortgage Rates | What You Need to Know

When shopping for the best Atlanta mortgage rates you must be on the ball.  Mortgage rates can, and will, change constantly…daily…sometimes twice or three times daily! It’s important that you know where to look to ensure that you’re ahead of rate trends and get a good deal when shopping for a mortgage loan.

Here are some things that you can do to make sure that you ...

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Pre-Approved? You May Need a Second Opinion

Pre-Approved? You May Need a Second Opinion

Have you already been pre-approved for a mortgage?  If I were, you, I’d call for a “second opinion.”

If you have already been pre-approved or pre-qualified for a mortgage on your next home, are you absolutely sure you are getting the best deal?

I’m not talking about interest rate either.

I’m talking about the structure of the deal itself.  Donald Trump, in his book called “The Art of the Deal,” ...

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Georgia HARP Refinances Shave Mortgage Payments for Home Owners

Georgia HARP  Refinances Shave Mortgage Payments for Home Owners

Are a homeowner in Georgia looking to refinance your mortgage but you owe more than your home is worth?

GA HARP LoanYou may be a candidate for a HARP refinance loan despite your homes value. There a few requirements for obtaining a Georgia HARP loan and the process can be a little complicated but don’t sweat it. ...

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THE WILSON GROUP

In the middle of June, I was able to climb 4 mountains in 4 days with a friend of mine, John Dameron from here in Atlanta. These peaks were located down near Telluride, CO in the southwest part of the State and 3 of them were part of what is called the Wilson Group. In fact, Wilson Peak which we climbed the first day, is best known for being the mountain that graces the Coors beer can.

That brought my total ...

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