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Feb. 24, 2016

Matterport: Changing How You See Your Next Home with 3D technology

I admit it, I'm a Tech Nerd

Let me start by openly admitting I am one who enjoys some new technology. When new apps come out on the iPhone, I love to try them out. I get emails from old tech buddies of mine asking me to give new ...

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Dec. 7, 2015

Don’t be Fooled, December is a Great Time to Sell

The Truth About December

winterMany real estate agents and home sellers believe that once winter hits, the market basically comes to a stall until the spring comes around again. I am here to tell you, that just isn’t the truth anymore, especially in this ever growing Denver market. It is ...

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Aug. 11, 2015

Buy vs. Rent vs. Live with Dad and Mom

This is a blog post for all the millennials out there that are thinking about buying their first house and are worried when it comes to the financial aspects. First off, buying your first home is down right scary — it is a terrifying step into adulthood that many young ...

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April 24, 2014

Navigating Denver’s New Construction Housing Boom

Denver housing boomSpring is in the air meaning that the busy buying and selling season is heating up, especially in the Denver metro area. But, this year looks to bring similar real estate conditions where demand for new homes will be high, but supply will remain low for interested buyers in the ...

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Nov. 2, 2013

Five Tips to Tap into the Denver Rental Market

denverAs the Denver rental market continues to skyrocket with few properties available for rent and many possible tenants willing to pay a premium to call the Mile High City home, you may be thinking about the possibility of renting out your current home or investing in a Downtown Denver rental ...

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Oct. 22, 2013

Denver’s Flood: The Renter’s Market

Denver rentals saturatedRental Options Limited

My friend Katie has been looking for a place to rent. It’s not been easy. “Today I’m going to drive around the DU / Wash Park areas. I’ve not been down there in a week.”

She’s looked at 20 to 25 houses so far, half were not ...

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Sept. 6, 2013

The New Stadium District in Denver

The Stadium DistrictWe have to share a little bit of news with everyone… or maybe we should say forecasting. The area around most cities where the stadium is located tends to be a thriving center of restaurants, pubs, and condos.  For Denver that hasn’t happened yet. But that may be about ...

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Aug. 13, 2013

Denver’s Real Estate Market Hits a Big Milestone

Home Sales are Stronger Than Ever

house for saleWe were not surprised to see the latest market trends report discussed in the CBS article “Big Milestone for Denver Real Estate Recovery” where Denver home prices broke a record in May for the first time since before the market experienced it’s ...

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June 5, 2013

Denver Development is City Wide

Denver Development 2013It seems that the Denver Skyline is filled with Cranes as the progress of construction continues to bring new development to our city. While new buildings both for sale and for rent continue to be built, the RTD FasTracks network is rapidly coming to life connecting every corner of our ...

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May 28, 2013

Denver’s Apartment Boom Might Mean Good Things for Homeowners

Glass houseApartment Construction on the Rise

If you take a tour around Downtown Denver you will see a lot of construction underway. But whether it’s a crane in the sky or a concrete pour, most of the larger projects are not about new residential housing, but instead apartments.

In Union Station ...

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