Randall's View

Review, revamp and resolve

It did get me thinking, though, about what I am really trying to accomplish here. On the one hand, my goal with blogging is to give you information as an introduction of sorts into the world of real estate. Some of what I was trying to say was to help you understand the nuts-and-bolts of the business, and some was to give you an insight into the day-to-day reality of a real estate transaction.

We failed today

We didn’t get the deal done. Instead, the sellers now have a foreclosure on their records, which will severely hinder their ability to purchase another home for a long time to come. The potential buyers must continue to pay rent and enrich someone else, rather than creating benefit for themselves. Meanwhile, a house sits empty, with no one to care for it, and no one to call it home.

LinkedIn business page

I’ve been almost overwhelmed with all the stuff I’ve been trying to get done, and […]

Fun Fall and Halloween Festivities in Denver

Looking for something to do this month? Check out the activities these guys have compiled: Fun […]

Highlands Ranch events

Taking a look at the events calendar also tells you what you already know: the seasons are changing, and, for a time at least, things are slowing down a bit.

Labor Day

It’s still good, though, to stop every once in a while and just take a day off. I hope you can do that this weekend. I’ll be back next week to resume our regularly-scheduled programming.

Well, goodness.

Sometimes, though, the steady stream of potential clients becomes a veritable flood. When that happens, because there are not enough hours in the day, the time available must be allocated to clients and known potential clients.

Steps to your door

More importantly, the system is accessible to the buyers, so they can always see where they are, too. Every step of the way toward buying a home is clearly explained, so buyers always know what they need to do, why they need to do it, and when it needs to be done so that the process of buying a home can move forward.

Real estate market conditions: July 18, 2012

Is it any wonder multiple offers are becoming the topic of the day, and rising prices are starting to be seen across the country?

Blog post recap July 8-14

I finally moved back toward more regular posting, and get several posts put up this week. Here’s a recap.

Happy Independence Day!

It’s Independence Day, and time to reflect on a few things. Our American flag is […]

No ghost town here

You might have noticed a lack of posts around here for the past couple of weeks. I’ve been out of town taking care of a few things and recharging my batteries. Rest assured, the real estate market, especially in Highlands Ranch, is still clipping right along.


You might have heard that Colorado is suffering from several wildfires. Whole communities are burning, or in imminent danger. If you’d like to help, the best thing you can do is send money.

Blog post recap: June 12, 2012

This time: Market conditions; The contract: the rest of mutual assent; Mortgage loan preapproval; Tax planning; Office meeting; Another advantage of FHA & VA loans.

Classic Car Show

Just in time for Father’s Day, it’s the annual Highlands Ranch Classic Car Show to […]

HRCA Summer Concert Series

The Highlands Ranch Community Association (HRCA) Summer Concert Series schedule has been released, and it […]

Real estate market conditions: June 4, 2012

Real estate market conditions continue to show signs of strength, nationally and locally, although there […]

Mansion Grand Opening Celebration

Public is invited to Highlands Ranch Mansion Grand Opening Celebration – Denver Highlands Ranch | […]