Ed Note: Here’s a discussion I recently had with our new All Denver Real Estate Blogger, Erica Chouinard, about the state of the Aurora real estate market. It certainly suffered throughout the housing downturn. But now, it is like someone turned the lights back on and they are very bright for home sellers. Buyers are […]
Aurora, Colorado is the popular Denver suburb located in the southeast section of Metro Denver.
What is the hardest thing a Realtor does? Sometimes it is doing business with relatives. The pressure we put on ourselves is enormous. While I always want to show the best homes to my clients, I feel a need to be extra careful with family members. So, when I showed homes to my niece recently, I […]
Let’s face it: Realtors are dinosaurs. Me too. I have been selling Denver homes so long I can get stuck in ruts. Take energy for example, I wouldn’t have known a planet-friendly home from a dinosaur’s energy footprint until recently. I attended a Realtor lunch and continuing education class on Green-built, new homes at the […]
By Lon Welsh, Aurora Real Estate Many people are closely following the national headlines for home price trends. Here in Denver metro, the average price of a single family home increased about 2% between 2005 and 2006. Between 2006 and 2007, home prices dropped 3% on average to $303,000. Looking at the first nine months […]
by Lon Welsh, Aurora Real Estate I think that the Denver suburb of Aurora, particularly the northern half of Aurora, is near the bottom of the market cycle. Positive market trends I have noted this year: – Active listing count is steadily declining – List prices and sold prices, on average, are pretty stable after […]
Siena-Tuscany South Tuscany South, commonly known as Siena, was built by the top builders in Denver starting in 1999. The majority of the homes here were built from 2000 to 2002 by DR Horton, Sanford Homes (Beazer), Golden Design and Richmond Homes. The concept was simple, how much open space can be built to accommodate […]