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Don't Settle for a Poor Healthcare Plan!

For many DMAR members, finding affordable healthcare is hard. As a

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Real Estate Facts Column: Homeownership Month

Each year during the month of June, the Denver Metro Association of REALTORS® takes the opportunity to celebrate homeownership by showcasing individual homeowners, government officials and various programs that protect and promote the American Dream of homeownership.

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DMAR Digest | Week of June 14

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Clients first. | Guest Post

It may seem trite, or obvious, but the notion of “Clients First” guides everything we do at 8z. Every decision our agents make and every major brokerage initiative is filtered through this lens: Are we putting our clients’ best interests before our own? And it’s becoming increasingly complicated.

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Real Trends June Newsletter | compliments of DMAR

The monthly REAL Trends newsletter features commentary from Steve Murray on the state of real estate and forward-thinking articles from guest contributors such as Larry Kendall of Ninja Selling and Sue Johnson, former CEO of RESPRO. These articles originally appeared in the June 2021 issue of the REAL Trends Newsletter and are reprinted with the...

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DMAR Digest | Week of June 7

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Not the Last False Peak | Guest Post

Buyer demand will normalize as rates inevitably increase; builders will be competing to complete more homes once supplies and labor come back in line and home appreciation will soften as supply and demand rules reengage. But the trail there is still long, and I do expect more false peaks along the way.