We’re so excited to be hosting the 3rd Annual Guide Real Estate Golf Tournament! This year, we’re partnering with the The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, and we can’t wait to have a huge day on the greens while making an impact.
SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITES AVAILABLE
Hole sponsorship: $2500
Reach out for more details!
- Designated signage at sponsored hole with your logo and website
- Inclusion of logo on event marketing materials
- Post event inclusion on Guide’s social media channels
Date: 09/06/2022 (Tue.)
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INMAN | BRET WEINSTEIN
Real estate is not for the faint of heart. Too many new agents never get a fair shot at showing what they can do given competent leadership and mentoring
AXIOS | BRIANNA CRANE
From traditional bungalows to an industrial loft, this week’s collection of hot homes is packed with character.
U.S. NEWS | ALY J. YALE
A second home can sound enticing, but it’s not the right move for everyone.
MONEY | ALY J. YALE
When Nick Weith and Damien Mordecai bought their Gowanda, New York house in 2020, the Zillow listing read “Built in 1940.” But they knew better.
IBT | PANOS MOURDOUKOUTAS PH. D.
The US housing market has been in another bullish trend in recent years. Home prices have stayed firm even in the middle of the pandemic recession and staged a big rally as lockdowns eased, with some regions registering double-digit annual gains. That’s thanks to an accommodative monetary policy, which kept mortgages at record low levels, an unprecedented fiscal stimulus, and a snap-back labor market, which created a demand/supply imbalance with sellers gaining the upper hand.
FORBES | NATALIE CAMPISI
Anyone who’s dabbled in the housing market during the last two years likely went through a whirlwind. The average sales price of a home—at half a million dollars in the first quarter—was the highest on record; housing supply is near historic lows; and interest rates are hitting the highest weekly increases in decades.
BUSINESSDEN | LILY O’NEILL
The number of sellers paying 2.5 percent, instead of the more common 2.8 percent, was up 77 percent in May and 22 percent.
THE CENTER SQUARE | ROBERT DAVIS
(The Center Square) – Home prices in Denver continued to climb higher in June despite a significant increase in local inventory, according to the latest market trends report from the Denver Metro Association of Realtors (DMAR).
APARTMENT THERAPHY | BARBARA BELLESI ZITO
House hunters are notoriously picky when it comes to a home’s color palette. From wall colors that are too bold to kitchen appliances that cross the line between retro and just plain tired, it can be tough to impress would-be homebuyers.