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    Housing Market 2023, Laramie County, Cheyenne, WY

    By Stephanie Prescott | March 15, 2023

    As we enter into the third month of 2023, the Laramie County real estate market continues to see positive trends. In February 2023, the days on market for listings dropped by 2 days, indicating that homes are selling at a quicker pace. Additionally, the average home price increased by $20,000, showing a healthy appreciation of... Read More

    5 Top home buying tips from your friendly local Realtor®

    By Adrianna True | February 15, 2023

      When you are ready to buy a home? Follow these helpful tips! Buying a home can be a big step, and whether it is your first home or your second home, vacation home or investment property things are much easier with a Realtor on your side. Here are some ideas I recommend for buying... Read More

    Luis Mendoza Spanish Speaking Real Estate Agent in Cheyenne WY

    By Stephanie Prescott | February 3, 2023

    RE/MEET Luis Mendoza an agent with RE/MAX Capitol Properties who joined us in the fall of 2017! His story is fascinating for his young age! Luis moved from Peru when he was 15 year old. He grew up in Lima – Peru/South America. His first language is Spanish and he sees that as a skill... Read More

    What is the repair provision in a real estate contract?

    By Stephanie Prescott | January 18, 2023

    Sellers have to be prepared to make repairs for buyers, while buyers need to understand they’re buying a used home and not a new construction home.  As a seller, you want to make sure your home is in the best possible condition for your buyers and to remove any objections prior to marketing your home... Read More

    Will Home Prices Drop In 2023

    By Stephanie Prescott | January 11, 2023

    Are you wondering what is happening in the current real estate market? Steve Prescott, Broker/Owner at RE/MAX Capitol Properties, shared in his recent YouTube video stat comparisons for 2021 versus 2022 and gave his opinion for the question he keeps being asked, will home prices drop in 2023? How Many Homes Sold in 2022 vs.... Read More

    Home Change Because Life Changes

    By Stephanie Prescott | January 9, 2023

    Homeowners in America rarely stay in their first home forever. Most people will buy and sell several homes over the years to meet the changing needs of their family. Whether you are a first time home buyer trying to decide if you are financially ready to buy a home or you have a life change... Read More

    New Year & New Home Goals

    By Stephanie Prescott | December 28, 2022

    As we embark on a New Year, I am sure you have some New Year’s goals! Resolutions sometimes includes losing weight, traveling more often and getting certain crafts and projects completed. As you begin planning and preparing for 2023 is one of your goals to find your dream home? If so, we are here to... Read More

    Christmas Storage Ideas

    By Stephanie Prescott | December 26, 2022

    Decorating for the holidays is a time-honored tradition that brings joy to many families. However, all good things must come to an end. When it’s time to pack up your Christmas treasures, these tips will help make your holiday cleanup faster and easier. Invest in Storage Bins Cardboard boxes can degrade over the course of... Read More

    What’s happening in the real estate market?

    By Stephanie Prescott | November 14, 2022

    When we are asked, “how’s the market?” it’s a long answer. It’s complicated. There has been a shift. The increased interest rates have priced some buyers out of the market, increased inventory is giving buyers more options and the list to sales price ratio is still close to or at 98% for the last 30... Read More

    Housing Marketing Shifts in 2022

    By Steve Prescott | September 23, 2022

    Real estate has been experiencing peaks and valleys throughout the last two years. These ebbs and flows are days when the market is trying to get to a place of stability. New home sales fell by 12.6% in July of 2022. It was the lowest sales rate since 2016. When looking into causation, affordability decline... Read More