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Preston Porter – New Rocky Mountain Commercial Brokers President
Porter Realty, Inc Broker/Owner, Preston Porter is the new President of the Rocky Mountain Commercial Brokers(RMCB). Rocky Mountain Commercial Brokers is a group of independent professionals who specialize in the sale and lease of office, retail, healthcare, industrial, investment properties, land and ranches in the Rocky Mountain region.
Preston has been part of RMCB since 2011. With 21 years of real estate experience, Preston’s focus is on listing and selling residential and commercial properties in Alamosa and farm/ranch real estate throughout the five counties of the San Luis Valley. As owner and broker at Porter Realty, Preston Porter oversees residential and commercial real estate broker services, tenant representation, commercial real estate investments, and real estate consulting services.
RMCB’s commercial real estate broker members have met high standards and recognition in their field and have years of experience with all aspects of commercial real estate. Using advanced analytical capabilities, networking, and property portfolios, our full-service partner brokerage firms work cohesively as a group in sharing the latest commercial real estate information and technology. Rocky Mountain Commercial Brokers mission is to have our exclusive member commercial brokers assist in helping you find the right commercial space to lease, purchase commercial properties that meet your investment needs, or to help you sell commercial real estate you own at the best price and terms. They meet on a quarterly basis all around the state and discuss the market and happenings all around Colorado.
Alamosa Market – March 2021
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Alamosa Market – February 2021
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What does pre-qualification mean? Why should you get prequalified? Can’t you just see a house without talking to a lender first? Where can you get prequalified?
Houses are coming on the market and going under contract in a day or two so being prequalified puts you in the game. The pre-qualification process is a critical first step in the progression of purchasing a home. To us, as Realtors, the pre-qualification process validates our client’s commitment to our partnership, igniting our trust within the purchasing process.
What does pre-qualification mean?
Being pre-qualified means that you have talked to a lender or multiple lenders and given them basic information about your financials that they use to determine how much home you can afford. The lender goes over different types of loans they have that you can qualify for and what best fits your needs. In some cases, you may find out you aren’t quite ready and they can give you some advice to get there.
Why should you get prequalified?
Budgeting and seller expectations. It helps take the pressure off of trying to figure out your budget and how much house you will be able to afford. Most sellers won’t even consider an offer that doesn’t have a pre-qualification letter attached to it they expect to see one.
Can’t you just see a house without talking to a lender first?
Technically, yes. However, if you aren’t prequalified you won’t know how much house you can afford. What if you find the perfect house, in the perfect location but after you leave the showing and finally get an appointment with a busy lender the home sells out from underneath you? Or worse yet, you find out you don’t actually qualify for that price range? The best thing to do before starting a home search is to get prequalified. It doesn’t take much time and can make all the difference in the home-buying journey.
A few local lenders we enjoy working with are: San Luis Valley Federal Bank, Rio Grande Savings and Loan, and Total Lending Concepts.
Call us today if you have questions about getting prequalified or if you are ready to buy a home!
Alamosa- Market Update – January 2021
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Alamosa- Market Update – December 2020
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November 2020 Alamosa County Market Update
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