One of Denver’s oldest neighborhoods is just north of Five Points near Downtown Denver. It is called RiNo. RiNo is an acronym that means RIver NOrth. It is sometimes called the River North Arts District. This area is north of Downtown Denver Area and Coors Field. It’s hip. It’s happening. And, it’s got lots of […]
Louisville, Colorado is a growing Denver suburb that is also close to the University Town of Boulder. It has been going through a transformation of sorts over the past several years. Large companies, such as Pearl Izumi , have now located their corporate headquarters into our area. And many new shops, restaurants, and breweries have […]
Lone Tree, Colorado has more than just homes for sale in the Denver suburbs. Amenities are popping up every month in and around the RidgeGate Town Center. Many of them are within easy walking distance to Lone Tree homes for sale.
Most home buyers relocating from out of town begin their home search by looking on the internet for Denver MLS listings. It seems like a safe and anonymous way to get an idea about homes for sale but it can be misleading.
Price: $690,000 Bedrooms: 3 Baths: 3 Sq. Ft: 2536 Year Built: 2011 The home is the highly sought-after LEED Energy Efficient certified Infinity Lime 2 Collection home. It is mirrored after the HGTV 2011 Green Home and is situated on an over sized 60′ wide lot. Located in Stapleton’s premier Central Park North Neighborhood fronting […]
It is a question I am asked every time I start working with clients who have Boulder real estate on their radar. I personally moved to Boulder in 1999 and have loved living in and around it ever since. Let’s take a look at the reasons Boulder Real Estate for sale is so expensive. The […]
The City of Castle Pines saw the number of homes for sale reach an historic low at the end of December with only 60 homes available for sale. Even though the number of homes available for sale is low, the pace of sales in 2011 stayed consistent with 2010. 182 homes sold in the City […]
“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?