There are so many search options out there. Choices are good.
I certainly suggest that you use the search on this website. I do not require that you create an account to search and view properties — search and view as much as you want! However, an account must be created if you want to save searches, save properties, set up alerts, and more. Note: a third-party MLS Integration plugin — My Buying Buddy — handles and stores your account information within their system, but it should appear as if you never leave this site. :0)
You are, of course, welcome to contact me about any property you see within any search system. Some popular property search systems are mentioned here, though this list is certainly not all-inclusive. Find and use your favorite, be it here or elsewhere!
Search via Homesnap. This site plus app (iOS and Android) gives you the ability to create an account yourself, search by area (e.g. Perry Park or Bow Mar — very cool, try it!), your location (using GPS), snap a photo of a home and see details, send messages, and share and rate properties. Additionally, you can view recent sales, live market activity, and market information. Message me from within the system and we can create a connection. Great stuff!
Search at REcolorado. This gives you the ability to create an account yourself, save searches, and mark favorites. You can even set me as your preferred agent if you wish.
Search at Aggregate Sites*. HomeFinder.com, Homes.com, MLS.com, Realtor.com, Redfin.com, Trulia.com, Zillow.com and so on. These sites give you the ability to search without necessarily creating an account. You can create an account if you wish, which then typically gives you the ability to save favorites and possibly receive updates. Feel free to contact me if there’s a home you want to go see!
*A note about aggregate sites — these are not direct-MLS systems, they either pull data from the source MLS systems into their system or are pushed data through syndication, and thus the data found within them might be out of sync with reality.
e.g. Many times you’ll see properties showing as Active but they are Under Contract, have been Sold, or have been taken off the market for other reasons. Please be prepared for this as it can be VERY disappointing to find a home you really want to visit only to find out it is no longer available and hasn’t been for months, or in some cases, even years.
This is not to say that everything you see here or on REcolorado, or any other direct-MLS system, will be available, especially in a market in which listings move quickly, but the frequency of that happening is much lower and the delay between a property changing status and being reflected properly is much less (hours or days vs up to months or even years).