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Denver – Too expensive to Sell???

If I wait to sell my $200,000 Denver house it will be worth more next year! True, but compare that 10% of $200,000 is $20,000 where 10% of $300,000 is $30,000, so by waiting you lose $10,000 of buying power.
So waiting to replace a home in Denver (you “know” you need to) will cost you an additional $6000 down payment, $24,000 in loan amount and $190 per month (all approximate—I am not a loan originator)! Continue reading

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Competence + Experience + Trust = the right Realtor

I can represent you as both the agent to sell your home in Littleton and as your representative to Buy your new place in Denver. As the broker/owner, as well as the managing broker of my own company, I can choose who to work with and in what capacity. There is no conflict of interest Continue reading

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Denver real estate predictions for 2015

the prices in those Denver neighborhoods “caught up” with the rest of the market however because the prices had been so low their catch up inflated the appreciation rate being reported. Continue reading

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Just 29 days in Denver, Average!

That is how long it takes to sell a home in Denver, on average.
Here are the graphs that tell the story…can you “time” a market like this?

Here are the average sale prices for the last 3 years in Denver. I am sure you can see the peaks and valleys. Continue reading

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Real Estate news from Denver CO

new home builders will rush, from across the country to fill the void. Builders we have never seen or heard of before. They will need land and that land will need to be developed with curbs & gutters, street lights, sewers, and power, so that is good for the local economy. Continue reading

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Denver Real Estate still hard to find…its not Inventory

it is not inventory we are short of in the Denver real estate market…it is people willing to sell and make a move. The emotions of packing and moving can be very trying, yet we have younger families who want to make that move into a home they can make their own. Realtors are welcomed by builders in Denver as valuable assets to the home buying process. Take yours with you when you visit a new home community. Continue reading

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Denver Realtor Testimonial – Pete Doty

We were very nervous buying our first home and Pete and his staff made it easy. We have been bragging about Pete and everyone since we closed: ) Continue reading

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Denver Real Estate Remains out of Balance

new listings plus ‘back on the market’ listings are still being out-stripped by the properties that go under contract Continue reading

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Highlands Ranch – Perspective

gentle people involved in this process, not just piles of sticks and bricks on the shelves of “inventory” warehouse. These are in fact homes that for some reason (outgrown, too big, too small, no kids, more kids, divorce, marriage, health, etc) that no longer fit our lifestyles and we need to make a move Continue reading

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Denver Real Estate Inventory Shrinks

The plain fact is that an agent who represents you and has heard the other side of the transaction (other sellers or buyers) respond to similar offers can help you make decisions that might help you win the bidding war. Continue reading

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