Affordable Housing Experiment in A Trailer Park by Larry Hotz, All Denver Real Estate University of Colorado students have spent $44,000 to design and renovate an affordable housing project in Boulder, one of the most expensive real estate markets in the state. The home was unveiled to the public at an open house on September […]
By Larry Hotz, All Denver Real Estate Appearing on CNBC’s Power Lunch within the last hour, Robert Shiller co-author or the Case/Shiller home price index report, said Denver and Boston bucked the downward trend in the latest home prices. The Report which was released earlier today noted that the home prices in 16 of the […]
By Dennis Martin, Littleton Real Estate Expert Littleton Public Schools servicing Littleton Colorado and unincorporated areas nearby Denveroutperform the state on the 2007 CSAP tests. The results indicate that Goddard Middle School made great gains in all 10 areas tested. Ames Elementary and Littleton Preparatory Charter School increased scores in 9 out of 10 areas. […]
by Larry Hotz, All Denver Real Estate “ABOUT HOME INSPECTIONS” When a Buyer purchases a resale home, it is a good idea to have the home inspected by a professional home inspector. That way, if there is a major defect which would cost a lot of money to repair, you will know about it in […]
By Paula King, Erie Real Estate Expert What I was looking for was a local neighborhood mechanic to service my aging GMC Yukon. And I found that at Lafayette/Erie Car Care- and more. Steve Harriger’s small company is as dedicated to innovation and the latest diagnostic systems, as it is to old fashioned customer service.
By Dennis Martin I think everyone is wondering about the Real Estate Market with all the news articles on the mortgage market eliminating loan programs tightening credit standards and closing their doors. Where does that leave our Denver Real Estate Market. Yes, there area a record number of foreclosures in the state of Colorado this […]
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 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.