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Nancy Sammons
Colorado Dream Properties
12900 Stroh Ranch Place, Suite 125
Parker, CO 80134
Phone: (303)956-5292
Email: nsammons5292@gmail.com
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Timbers Market Report

April 2019

Timbers Stats for the last 30 days:

The Timbers is reporting a buyers market. 

  • There are 18 active homes for sale ranging from $1,695,000 to $760,000 
  • There are 11 Under Contract homes 
  • 3 home sold in the last 30 days 
  • Average Home price sold in the last 30 days- $900,000
  • Average Days on Market - 125
  • Current Months of Inventory is 18 months

The Timbers is in a Buyers market as the last 30 days we have 18 months of inventory. Days on market is 125 up from 71 last quarter. The average price of homes has dropped from $1,053,510 to $947,500. 

´╗┐Based on information from REcolorado, Inc. for the period 12/10/2018-3/12/2019

Not all properties were listed and/or sold by Colorado Dream Properties. This representation is based in whole or in part on content supplied by REcolorado, Inc. does not guarantee nor is it in anyway responsible for tis accuracy. Content may not reflect all real estate market activity 

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Why Do You Need Title Insurance?

Title Insurance.

It’s a term we hear and see frequently - we see reference to it in the Sunday real estate section, in advertisements and in conversations with real estate brokers. If you’ve purchased a home before, you’re probably familiar with the benefits and procedures of title insurance. But if this is your first home, you may wonder, “Why do I need another insurance policy? It’s just one more bill to pay.”

The answer is simple: The purchase of a home is most likely one of the most expensive and important purchases you will ever make. You, and your mortgage lender, want to make sure that the property is indeed yours - lock, stock and barrel - and that no individual or government entity has any right, lien, claim to your property.

Title insurance companies are in business to make sure your rights and interests to the property are clear, that transfer of title takes place efficiently and correctly and that your interests as a homebuyer are protected to the maximum degree.

Title insurance companies provide services to buyers, sellers, real estate developers, builders, mortgage lenders and others who have an interest in a real estate transfer. Title companies routinely issue two types of policies - “owner’s”, which cover you, the homebuyer; and “lender’s”, which covers the bank, savings and loan or other lending institution over the life of the loan. Both are issued at the time of purchase for a modest, one-time premium.

Before issuing a policy, however, the title company performs an extensive search of relevant public records to determine if anyone other than you has an interest in the property. The search may be performed by title company personnel using either public records or more likely, information gathered, reorganized and indexed in the company’s title plant.

With such a thorough examination of records, any title problems usually can be found and cleared up prior to your purchase of the property. Once a title policy is issued, if for some reason any claim which is covered under your title policy is ever filed against your property, the title company will pay the legal fee involved in defense of your rights, as well as any covered loss arising from a valid claim. That protection, which is in effect as long as you or your heirs own the property, is yours for a one-time premium paid at the time of purchase.

The fact that title companies work to eliminate risks before they develop makes the title insurance decidedly different from other types of insurance you may have purchased. Most forms of insurance assume risks by providing financial protection through a pooling of risks for losses arising from an unforeseen event, say a fire, theft or accident. The purpose of title insurance, on the other hand, is to eliminate risks and prevent losses caused by defects in title that happened in the past. Risks are examined and mitigated before property changes hands.

This risk elimination has benefits to both you, the homebuyer, and the title company: it minimizes the chances adverse claims might be raised, and by so doing reduces the number of claims that have to be defended or satisfied. This keeps costs down for the title company and your title premiums low.

Buying a home is a big step emotionally and financially. With title insurance you are assured that any valid claim against your property will be borne by the title company, and that the odds of a claim being filed are slim indeed.

Isn’t sleeping well at night, knowing your home is yours, reason enough for title insurance?

Article by CLTA

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