Denver Real Estate Insights
Inventory is still low relative to last year but is on the rise substantially from previous months – giving buyers more options.
Learn how a New Loan Termination Deadline impacts both buyers and sellers when entering a real estate transaction.
Showings and offerings take a slight decline in June, however house values remain hot as properties continue to sell for more than asking price.
Historic Highlands neighborhood, once home to a famed Denver theme park, has grown into one of the hippest areas of the city.
Housing markets stay hot in all sectors as houses are selling as fast as they list. New legislation for Denver landlords.
Houses are selling above 100% list price as the Denver market remains hot. Inventory is still scarce as houses are consumed quickly.
A decade-by-decade guide to knowing what flaws to look for when someone is looking to buy their luxury dream home.
Housing inventory remains tight, and houses continue to close at record rates. The migration to Denver from pricier cities continues.
Washington Park or “Wash Park” as known by locals, is an outdoor enthusiast dream nestled on the outskirts of busy downtown Denver.
Recently, during the height of Spring markets, it was not unusual to see homes getting “bid up” anywhere from three to five percent. Now it’s not uncommon for Listing Agents to see ten to fifteen percent price escalations on quality homes in good locations. How to...
New To Denver?
Moving to a new city can be daunting! We can help make that process a bit easier by offering a Denver city tour.
One of our consultants will give you a personal city tour which will include showing up to 4 places that match the criteria that you set up for us.
This tour will include taking you through Denver's iconic neighborhoods, landmarks, stores, restaurants, and areas with public transportation. This tour is 3 hours long and cost only $350. If you lease one of our available properties, that $350 will be credited back to you when you move in.