HOUSE POOR [adjective | hous - poo·r] A person who can afford his or her home mortgage payments, but can't afford much of anything else. Discretionary spending on restaurants, furnishings, travel and clothes are severely cut back, due to a large proportion of his or her income going towards the mortgage payments, upkeep costs, and energy/utility bills.
You don't want to find yourself stuck at home while your friends are out having fun. Buying more home than you can afford comfortably will place se... read more
Posted by Dayshia Koroulis on October 18, 2016 in
This month's Distinctive Agents project we will be volunteering for the 15th Annual Bust of Steamboat. The upcoming event is at Three Peaks Grill from 6-10pm on Friday, October 21st 2016. Local artists submit a piece of art auctioned to the highest bidder. Tickets are available for $40 which includes your first beverage, heavy hors d'oeuvers and a fun evening. Tickets can be purchased in advanced online or at All That, Deja vu or at the door. All money that is raised stays in Routt and Moffat count... read more
Posted by Stacy Hite on October 17, 2016 in
Chase Wortmann, our in house Major Mortgage Loan Originator is going the extra mile to provide tools and information to our agents. Here’s a sample of lending options you can use to encourage a client to become a buyer. Chase and Megan Luksha will be hosting TACO TUESDAY for the remainder of October. Meet in the training room at 11:30, after the tour. Enjoy a free lunch while you ask any questions you may have.
In addition, he and agent Keenan Coit are teaming up for a HOME BUYER L... read more
We had our first snowfall!! A beautiful snowy brisk day here in Ketchum. Too top it off, The American Planning Association honored Ketchum Main Street as one of America's "Greatest Streets". Ketchum was one of five cities to receive the award. The city of Ketchum will celebrate Thursday October 20th. The event starts at noon. A band, Tom Rigney & Flambeau, will begin playing at 12:30 p.m. "This year's designees highlight the power of a single well-planned street to stimulate economic activity and ener... read more