I agree with Doug Hutchins’ article from last week. Buyers cannot find what they want in many areas around Denver. Prices are rising and good homes are selling very quickly and at prices near or even above asking prices. Smart Sellers are putting their homes on the market NOW!
I have always loved Stapleton. Now, of course, it is a residential Denver neighborhood that goes by the name Stapleton Northfield. At least that’s what the new exit sign off I-70 says. By the way, that exit road doesn’t connect the subdivision yet (take Colorado Blvd instead). But, this newest residential and mixed-use subdivision used […]
By Chris Gibson, Ruby Hill Resident (Ed: Chris lives in and loves Ruby Hill. He calls it “The Other Washington Park” because it has some of the same amenities and is much more affordable!) We chose to buy a home in the Ruby Hill Neighborhood in May 2009. We didn’t know the name of the […]
I just completed the 7 week Transit Alliance Citizens’ Academy. I will be sharing what I have learned, the way my attitudes about transit have been changed and what I have learned. First, I want to discuss Transit Oriented Communities and Transit Oriented Developments. In plain English, those are neighborhoods and developments near public transportation […]
Fashion shopping is definitely one of the amenities you can enjoy from your Cherry Creek condo or townhome. Do you love to shop in Cherry Creek North’s high end boutiques?? Well, who doesn’t? We do! If you can’t afford the high end specialties but still want to look like a million bucks, look no further. […]
By Gayle and Tiffany Glucksman, Kentwood Cherry Creek One of the many reasons people love living in Cherry Creek is the vibrant arts, culture, shopping and pedestrian environment. That’s a rare combination to find in Denver neighborhoods. Now, a new pedestrian plaza adds even more to Cherry Creek. Fillmore Plaza officially opened last month!!! The […]
This article will help you understand some important forces that drive local Denver real estate neighborhood real estate prices – and what it might mean for your neighborhood. In April 2010, the number of home S/S (short sales) overtook the number of REO (bank owned) sales.
By Lon Welsh, Your Castle Real Estate Denver lofts, condos and town homes have notoriously underperformed the macro Denver real estate market. But, in the first half of 2010 even lagging condos showed signs of rebound as they already have in cities like Washington DC and New Orleans.
Lon Welsh is a statistician and Denver real estate Broker By Charles Roberts and Lon Welsh Second Quarter Denver Home Prices The Denver real estate market had a great second quarter. If you compare the twelve months from July 2009 – June 2010 to the twelve months immediately preceding it, the average Denver home price […]
by Larry Hotz, Senior Editor and Denver Realtor since 1978 Denver relocation isn’t automatic. Families can spend weeks or even months researching and asking questions. Believe me, for the last 30 years I’ve heard all the questions from home buyers moving to our city. I have reduced these questions to the David Letterman top 10 […]