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Lawford Solutions Walks For Alzheimers

iphone-10-5-16-020It was a beautiful sunny day on Saturday, September 17th at City Park in Denver where Lawford Solutions employees gathered to set up a tent and serve Duffey Rolls to all who came by. We further supported the 2016 Walk To End Alzheimers by putting our footwear on and getting our walk on! It was a great day to support a wonderful cause that raised over $1 million.

TAKING ADVANTAGE OF ELDERS IS A SERIOUS CRIME, Bob Hunt, 3-16-15

Why to Love the US Housing Market, Business Insider, 2-16-15

Selling a home in CO
It will be no surprise for our readers to learn that housing values have been on the increase in Colorado and across the nation. What may come as more of a shock is that the overall strength of the US economy has continued to improve, despite the depth of the recent recession. This is why, a recent report notes, there are several reasons to expect a continued increase in housing values.

The report lists 12 reasons why to expect the housing industry to continue to grow over then next few years. These include the higher employment rate for younger workers, the low inventory of re-sale homes and the increasing number of people forming families. In fact, the growth rate of family formation is at its highest rate in almost ten years.

It is just not the re-sale of older homes that is improving.
In fact, the National Association of Home Builders reports that the number of people looking for a new home has increased to the point that it is on the same level as the number of home shoppers in 2005. The percentage of GDP that new home construction holds continues to be lower than during a more traditional economic recovery.

Whether a person is buying or selling a home, now is a good time to be in a real estate transaction. With an increasing number of homes, both new and re-sales, for buyers to choose from, making the dream of home ownership a reality is easier than ever. Lawford Solutions can help people find their new home using tools such as the popular website, Lawford Previews.

For sellers, increased values offers more buying power in their next property.
The strong recovery of the housing market means that now may be a good time for homeowners to contact Lawford Solutions for a free home evaluation. The available cash offers, flexible closings and possession dates may offer choices to those looking to make a move.

Good news – selling homes easier in Colorado!

Selling a home in Coloardo
There is good news for homeowners in Colorado who are considering selling their homes in the coming year, says a recent report noted in the Cherry Creek News. The publication cited the CoreLogic Home Price Index when it noted that our state has led the nation in value increase over the past year. In fact, the value of homes has increased nationally each month for nearly three years.

Values are up.
According to the report, the value of homes in Colorado was up some 5 percent over the previous year. This number took into account those that were sold by buyers in distress. Those in distress can be on the verge of foreclosure or have missed loan payments.

There were signs, the Cherry Creek News stated, that the rate of appreciation may slow somewhat in 2015. CoreLogic forecasts that Colorado homes will slow to an appreciation rate of just 4.5 percent over the next twelve months. This, however, will continue to make us a leader in the value of homes nationwide.

If homeowners were to consider selling their homes in the Colorado market, now may be an ideal time, according to the published statistics. The increase in home’s value may allow those seeking to transition, such as seniors hoping to move to a more maintenance free lifestyle, to make a move. When that time comes, they may find that the information provided by Lawford Solutions Transition Flex Plan may help them to achieve their dreams of a new home.

http://www.thecherrycreeknews.com/colorado-leads-nation-housing-costs-increase/

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