Denver Real Estate News

From new developments to real estate changes here in Colorado, we focus on news of the Denver real estate market.

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Denver's real estate market is hot, so hot, homes go under contract within days, the good ones that are priced well that is. Being in a market where there's a high likelihood you'll be competing with many other interested Buyers, you need to make your offer standout from all the rest of the competition. Some of our clients have run into as many as 25 competing offers so far in 2016! You need to have all the tools to not only differentiate your offer from others but ensure that you're in the #1 position, make the offer so attractive that it's a no brainer for the Seller. Here's a list of the different ways you can make your offer become the winning offer:

1) Price & Escalation Clause

Provided the market analysis on the property allows for room to

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As Denver Metro is currently the hottest market in the nation right now, finding affordable homes and communities can be a bit hard to come by. Yet, there are still many neighborhoods that offer affordable entry with some great options to boot. We do understand that "affordable" means many different things to those coming into Colorado but we've put together a list of the following Denver neighborhoods where you can find some real value and below the average price of homes in Denver.

Athmar Park

Located in the Southwest of Denver, Athmar Park offers traditional ranch/single story homes, many with basements and under $300k.

 

Barnum

Barnum and Barnum West were once areas of Denver owned by the circus man himself, P.T. Barnum. Centrally

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Case Shiller Graph

Metro Denver home prices rose 10.2 percent in January, marking the 12th consecutive month of double-digit annual price increases, according to the latest update of the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices.  Portland, Ore., recorded the biggest annual jump in home prices in January at 11.8 percent, followed by Seattle at 10.7 percent and San Francisco at 10.5 percent.  Home prices nationally are increasing at a 5.4 percent clip, twice the rate of inflation. Denver's home price appreciation is running at nearly twice the national rate.

"The low inventory of homes for sale — currently about a five-month supply — means that would-be sellers seeking to trade up are having a hard time finding a new, larger home," said David Blitzer, chairman of the index

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WalkScoreIf you’re not familiar with WalkScore.com, you will be after reading this article. WalkScore.com is a great website that lists a property or homes ability to walk to things like the grocery store, parks, restaurants, shopping and more. Think of it as an easy way to see how close your home is to the most things people need to do on a daily/weekly basis like groceries, shopping, or coffee shops and movie theaters.

Use this great tool to find what the ratings are for the homes you love most! Simply save on our site and visit WalkScore.com to see the extras here.

Denver by nature is a very walk-able city. It’s urban area and public transportation offers quick commuting and most of the major streets have all types of mom and pop shops to

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