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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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No Change in Denver Real Estate

The Nightline story last weekend was pretty accurate about the folks trying to buy a home in Highlands Ranch, except, with a plan, and a responsive system in place, even those folks will be successful. What is needed is an approach that has been proven through the years (the 1993 uptick, the 2006 uptick) to work, and a Realtor who knows Denver and how to quickly respond to you. It needs the kind of commitment that a full time occupation requires to get you to the house, get an offer written and get you under contract. And it could well require extra mileage to get the job done in this crazy Denver Real Estate market. Continue reading

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Spring snow & your Trees in Highlands Ranch

You can use a broom or snow shovel and hit the branches from the undersides, not from the top as you could break the branches. Continue reading

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How is the Denver real estate market?

The real estate contract for sale in Denver typically occurs a month before closing, so seeing a spike in closings in June or July means the contract was received in May and that house would have to go on the market starting in March or April at the latest. It seems the homes that get the highest price every year are on the market in March and close 30 to 45 days later in May or June. Continue reading

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Denver Real Estate Market, in the tank???

SPRING will bust out all over again as the supply is still low. Buyers on the other hand may make their own situation worse by waiting further. They should take advantage of the sellers in Denver who have not sold in 30 days like folks did this last spring and the historical interest rates now available. But it seems every Realtor and loan officer tells you it is a great time to buy a home. It is my sincere opinion that this is the best opportunity Denver Home Buyers will see for many years to come. Continue reading

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4 Fun and Useful Energy-Saving Projects for Denver Home Owners

But if you’ve been there, done that, check out these four easy-to-make blogger projects. Each has an energy savings benefit.

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Denver Real Estate & Colorado Senior Property Tax Exemption

Requirements to qualify are: One owner must be 65 years of age; You must have lived in the home as a primary residence for the last 10 years. This may cause 50 percent of the first $200,000 of actual value of a home exempted from property tax, there by reducing your tax bill. Continue reading

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Denver Real Estate in 2012 almost reaches new HIGH PRICE

The Denver Real estate market, according to Pete Doty, Denver Realtor and owner of this blog site, in 2013 may be a race to the contract kind of year for home buyers and sellers. Continue reading

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Denver Real Estate Do’s & Dont’s for 2013

If the Denver Real Estate market has you thinking about moving this year, this is a good read. I just wrote it up, so take a look at some good advice on what real estate buyers should be doing in Denver in 2013. Sellers might want to take note as well. Continue reading

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Denver Real estate Market Update

I have always contended that where the single family home market goes, the condominium and townhouse market will follow. Last month the average sale price for a condo/townhome increased by over 29% from the previous year, Continue reading

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