The Denver real estate market continues with mixed results depending on area and price range. August “under-contract” residential and condo sales declined from the previous August by 6.5% according to statistics released by Metrolist, the local MLS reporting agency. However, resale homes available to sale on the market also declined in the same period by […]
By John Ludwig, Downtown Denver real estate expert We have all heard the not-so-great news of late pertaining to the housing and mortgage markets. In Denver, prices generally seem flat from one year ago according to most sources. However, an August 29, 2007 Wall Street Journal online article pointed out that several of the housing […]
By John Callis Longmont city council approved the annexation of 348 acres north of Colorado highway 119 near Union Reservoir for a development built by Life Bridge Church. Houses, townhouses, and apartments would be built on 142 acres, 57 acres for civic and religious uses; and 40 acres of “mixed use“development that would include shops, […]
What is happening in the Mortgage Market? by Dennis Martin, Littleton Real Estate Expert. The overall Denver Colorado mortgage market is currently tightening credit standards, lenders are adjusting their guidelines and qualification standards to protect themselves. Many loan programs and qualifications levels that were available a short time ago and no longer available today.
by Larry Hotz, All Denver Real Estate The Kentwood Company has announced that it has been selected to market 180 brand new custom homes in “BackCountry” to built by various builders in Highlands Ranch, Colorado. “Back Country” is the last parcel of land available for new homes in Highlands Ranch and is located at Broadway […]
Ken-Caryl, ColoradoRanch “Buffalo Day” MARK YOUR CALENDER-Saturday August 25, 2007 for a full day of non stop action from 8 am to 3 pm. Kick off is the all Ken-Caryl Ranch Foot And Bick Race starting at the Manor House Trail. After the race events move to the Equestrian Center where all remaining events will […]
Littleton Colorado Annual Celebration is Here Again!! By Dennis Martin Western Welcome Week is an annual community celebration in Littleton, Colorado. It began in 1928 and has been held every year since. Western Welcome Week includes over 40 events benefiting dozens of local civic and charitable organizations.
Here we are, on the site of an abandoned amusement park! Not just any amusement park. This is the historic site of Elich Gardens which has now moved downtown. We saw the homes go up, we saw Starbucks come along with 24-Hour Fitness, and finally to finish it off – SUNFLOWER MARKET in Highlands Garden […]
Lone Tree sounds like the name of ghost town in old west. It conjures up visions of dust storms, tumble weeds and coyotes roaming the dirt street that runs though town. Some say the Lone Tree outside town was the “hanging tree.” But that’s a chapter from a Western novel or screenplay. In modern day […]
by Larry Hotz, All Denver Real Estate Could it possibly be that an acre in Cherry Hills Village is smaller than an acre in every other Denver suburb? After all, this is the most expensive neighborhood in Denver. Yes it is! Cherry Hills actually measures its lots differently than other area cities. By local ordinance, […]