Denver CO Radio Host Announces Exclusive Boot Camp for Home Buyers and Sellers

Learn about the tips on how to become as successful home buyer or seller, and how to find and select top agents to work with. A free bootcamp for buyers and sellers of real estate will be held in Denver this Saturday October 27th,

A Colorado KHOW Real Estate Consumer Radio Show by a Denver host Barry Miller and Consumer advocate Larry Stanley announced an upcoming free two-hour boot camp seminar on October 27,2018, from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm. The main agenda of the seminar is about the 10 Steps for successful buying and selling homes, and will be exclusive for consumers only. This program aims to educate consumers about the home purchase and selling processes, especially for first-time home buyers and sellers. It is crucial for the consumers to take steps on gathering information about the processes because these transactions are complicated and can be overwhelming.

The whole summary of the October 13, 2018, Barry and Larry Radio Show may be found here:

To register, interested participants may call or text 303-888-3788 or send an email to and leave a name, contact details and mail/email address.

The host of the show says that the seminars put up by lenders and realtors are very useful because it will educate consumers how to be successful as sellers of buyers. The host added, that getting information and becoming informed are the first steps to a successful buying or selling homes.

Kathleen Chiras, the manager of the “SmartHomeSearch” network of highly qualified and responsive real estate agents say, “Hiring the right and the best agent is extremely important.” For over 20 years, they’ve been assisting consumers get top-notch agents to guide and help them with their home search or selling transactions.

Kathleen shared that this week, she received a call from a senior citizen buyer who lives in Massachusetts. She’s very unhappy with her agent, and Kathleen had to refer her to the local real estate commission. The consumer took the last $144,000 out of her account to buy a condo with a man she thought she could trust but after closing, she found out that there was a tremendous amount of mold in the unit. The man, who is both the owner of the condo and the real estate agent even said that he would take care of it and it was not a big issue. She’s concerned because she couldn’t live in the house and she’s allergic to it. Now she has to figure out what are the next steps to take.

With the situation that Kathleen shared clearly shows the importance of carefully selecting an agent to work with. The host said, “To have a good agent, start with getting information and making actions.” It is vital for the consumers to interview agents, so they will know of the agents are going to serve their best interest or not. If not, the consumers will only end up in a tough situation.

“A bad agent would say what consumer wants to hear and believe, instead of stating facts that are supported with data.” Kathleen added. To find top-notch and trust-worthy agents, consumers may look at the list here:

The show also shared a month-to-date Median Price of the detached homes for the seven cities in Colorado.

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