Our Marketing: Agent to Agent

Thursday, September 1st, 2016

The internet has changed the way REALTORS do business, but the odds are still very good that the buyer for your property will be procured by a Real Estate Agent. The Rocky Mountain Home Team’s agent-to-agent marketing is designed to promote your listing to agents throughout the Vail Valley and beyond. Here are some key […]

Vail Valley Land for Sale

Monday, August 15th, 2016

Are you searching for Vail Valley land for sale? Vail Valley Homes are always in demand. Sometimes finding the perfect home from the limited inventory available can be difficult. While the Rocky Mountain Home Team prides itself on the ability to identify and negotiate the best deal and the best fit for each of our clients, […]

Buying a Short Sale Property in the Vail Valley

Tuesday, January 26th, 2016

In a short sale, the seller is upside down on their loan-to-home value. This means the seller will not be receiving any proceeds from the sale unless the bank offers them a (usually fairly nominal) relocation check. While a short sale takes time and effort on the part of the seller, and represents a loss […]

Buying a Vail Valley Home – What Are Your “Must Haves”?

Friday, December 11th, 2015

If you are hoping to buy a home in Colorado’s Vail Valley, chances are you already have an idea of the type of home you’re looking for.  Even so, taking some time to decide on your “must have” criteria is an important step in your home search. In our experience, it is best to have […]

Interviewing your Vail Valley Real Estate Agent, Part 3

Tuesday, November 17th, 2015

Welcome to part three of our series on Interviewing your Vail Valley Real Estate Agent. In part one, we focused on questions to help you gauge an agent’s level of professionalism and commitment. In part two, we asked questions to help you judge an agent’s experience and performance. In part three, there’s only one question […]

Interviewing your Vail Valley Real Estate Agent, Part 2

Thursday, September 24th, 2015

  Welcome to part two of our series on Interviewing your Vail Valley Real Estate Agent. In part one, we focused on questions that will help you gauge an agent’s level of professionalism and commitment. Now we will focus on questions that will help you judge an agent’s experience and performance. Which agent can sell your […]

Interviewing your Vail Valley Real Estate Agent, Part 1

Tuesday, July 14th, 2015

Finding the right Realtor to help you sell your Vail Valley home can seem like a daunting task.  After all, your home is likely your single most valuable asset – it is important to enlist the aid of someone who will handle this sale with the skill and professionalism it demands. While referrals from friends […]

Advice for Savvy Vail Valley Home Sellers

Tuesday, November 11th, 2014

    When your Vail Valley home goes on the market, prospective buyers are not the only people who take notice. Often, you’ll find the agents, vendors and others whose attention any home sale attracts to be honest people with good intentions. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case. In order to prevent problem situations, the […]

A Response to Business Week, Part Three

Friday, September 19th, 2014

This is part three of our Response to an article in Business Week entitled “How a Trulia-Zillow Merger Could Finally Change the Business of Real Estate.” You may wish to read Part One and Part Two first. Consider the following the quote from Mr. Stone’s article, which we consider to be a good summary of his case: […]

A Response to Business Week, Part One

Thursday, September 4th, 2014

An article from Business Week entitled “How a Trulia-Zillow Merger Could Finally Change the Business of Real Estate” caught our eye recently. When we originally linked the article to our Vail Valley Real Estate News page, we lamented “yet another person who doesn’t understand what a good agent actually does.” After re-reading the article, we’ve […]