It is hard to imagine that a city can actually move. Well, it can. At least the perception of its residents. And, Greenwood Village real estate is now perceived as being closer to downtown Denver. Why? Commuting downtown is now much easier than it was even last November. Driving downtown then during rush hour took […]
Some of the finest homes in Douglas County are located in the close-in suburb of Lone tree. Heritage Hills, Heritage Estates, The Fairways and Carriage Club offer luxury homes at more affordable prices. However, the one impediment to selling a home here has always been what has been perceived as the mediocre elementary school test […]
Can history repeat itself? My firm, The Kentwood Company, is in process of transitioning to new ownership. It was acquired by Bill Moore, former Partner in the firm and former President of The National Association of Realtors, and his son-in-law, Peter Niederman. The Fact is that Mr. Moore was a 50% partner in the elite […]
In a meeting today, The Kentwood Company announced a dramatic increase in the number of Denver relocation transferees buying homes. So far this year, 36% of all transactions have been to people moving into Denver. This is a dramatic increase from the prior year and 2005 where only 22-24% of all homes sold were to […]
Denver Real Estate Market Improves Slightly The Denver real estate market continues to “level-off” according to statistics just released by Metrolist, the local reporting multi-list reporting agency. Under contract sales increased for single-family homes by about 5% from the previous month. However, sales were still down 1.66% from the year ago period. That suggests that […]
SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL KENTWOOD COMPANY 2006 MARKET SHARE Sales of METRO AREA LISTINGS HOMES EXCEEDING $1,000,000 Denver Southeast * South Suburban Central * Southeast Suburban * Highlands Ranch/Lone Tree * Castle Pines Village * Pradera * I-25 Corridor Including Castle Pines North – Surrey Ridge, Charter Oaks and Oak Hills The Kentwood Company continues to […]
Denver Real Estate Market Improves Slightly The Denver real estate market continues to “level-off” according to statistics just released by Metrolist, the local reporting multi-list reporting agency. Under contract sales increased for single-family homes increased by about 5%
Looking to Buy a Loft? Think About Your Style! by John Ludwick It seems like a simple concept – the loft. I hear it all the time: “I’m looking to buy a place, and I want a loft.” But what is your definition of a loft? If you are in the market to buy a […]
“Denver leads the nation in foreclosures”. That’s what several newspaper headlines said recently. “Luxury home sales above $1 million have suffered less in the last year. Those sales are still relatively constant with the prior year.” That’s what I said in a recent editorial. Why are both statements absolutely true?
by Jacqui Jeffres A great source of information about current events, activities, opinions, want ads, etc. is the Arvada Press. Volume 3, Issue 8 has some really great real estate articles on buying, selling and lending in real estate. This same edition has an extensive list of things to see, do and experience.