How We Truly View Our Clients

rebecca riskin - real estate agentWe’re not interested in “entertaining you at our club” or taking on hundreds of listings a month. We’re more inclined to agree with Ms. Duffy’s attitude shared in this article by Robbie Whelan in the Wall Street Journal that

every client is a “prized client.”

We want to offer you the best service around and earn the trust that allows you to recommend us to your friends and family.  At Folsom & Co, “#1” isn’t measured financially.

That’s One Way To Move It

yi buyerWe recently helped buyers Mark and Kuang Yi buy an investment property in Westminster.

The sellers used the economical “rolloff dumpster moving company” to move most of their stuff.

Why move it when you can just toss it??!!

Happy Homeowners Find Their Dream Home

andersonsToday we helped the Anderson family, long time friends of the Folsom & Co. team, close on their Westminster dream home.

What made it perfect?

Everything they needed and nothing they didn’t, perfect for a growing family.

A Dream Home Created

patricke&suzeWe are excited to see the results of this residential remodel in Boulder.

Folsom & Co. represented the buyers and worked diligently with the seller’s agent to make the purchase of this future dream home a reality.

Behind some extra walls and an outdated kitchen, Patrick and Suze found a great opportunity to turn this 70’s split level into a hip suburban hang out.

Way to go Patrick and Suze!

Hope for an Antiquated System

for sale signsWith a wealth of information at our very fingertips, a surprising question can emerge:  Are you prepared to buy a home?

Andrew Baird’s article in Policymic presents an interesting reality. He suggests that while society has moved to an online age, in many ways the real estate system has not.  For the generation used to going to the internet for everything from shopping to insurance, buying a house the “old fashioned way” could prove to be difficult.  He points out that

despite limited attempts to move the real estate industry into a digital age in the form of property search engines, it is still largely a pen and paper, face-to-face process. And that’s where the problems arise. Not that there is anything inherently bad about this retro situation . . . but it presents the modern online consumer with a daunting task that is unique in an environment of otherwise brief online transactional expectations.

What becomes clear is that the more prevalent information becomes, the more relevant expertise is.

While some believe that holding information is power, we believe that the open-ended availability of information to buyers and sellers creates a solid platform for us to do our best work.

Just because the system is antiquated does not mean your agent has to be.