New listing in Denvers HOT, HOT, HOT WHITTIER neighborhood! Close to everything, the block is on fire with homes going in the 500s, this half-duplex has recent comps above 200. The perfect solution for the renter who wants to build equity or those who want an alternative to condo living with a sweet little back [...]
I used to give my sons a box of Crayons and some newsprint, now it’s a zip file and video software.
1. Because it snowed a lot in the mountains. 2. Because it’s over…and we don’t have to deal with Valentines’Day for another year. 3. Because the Denver Housing market continues to thrive, pushing aside all seasonal norms like an anxious crocus pushes a blanket of March snow. If you’d like to have your very own [...]
If you’re like me, you suffer buyer’s remorse any time you get a new pair of jeans. So what happens when you plunk down a quarter, half or million dollars for a house? Here are some great “homeopathic” remedies to help you avoid (or reverse) that bitter pill. 1. Before you start, imagine your life [...]
It’s “Cruiseship Limbo Contest” winning low. It’s Barry White “Can’t Get Enough of Your Love” low. It’s “Bring out the charts and graphs!” kinda low. When you look at the housing market, it’s all relative. “Fewer people buying houses with a lot more people having to sell them”, that’s the kind of market we got used [...]
Congress Park Craftsman New on the Denver Real Estate Market. 1048 GARFIELD STREET is one of those rare Congress Park homes where the upgrades don’t interfere with the integrity of the original Craftsman architectural detail and design. Quarter Sewn Oak built in hutch in formal dining room, gleaming hardwood floors, updated kitchen and baths, enlarged [...]
It’s a snowy March Monday. Getting ready to take some clients on round two of shopping trip for second showings of properties. The market is moving fast so there is no time to lose, especially if you’re going to list one home for sale and buy another. [...]
There’s nothing like a room full of O’Keeffe to make me want to take a road trip and the “Georgia O’Keeffe in New Mexico: Architecture, Katsinam and the Land” exhibit at the Denver Art Museum is no exception. Horizontal landscapes of rugged terrain, softened under pastel lights and sharpened on the shadow stimulate my need [...]
My friends were thrilled to be putting their home on the market. The empty nest felt expansive and overwhelming: they made their decision, rang me up and started packing up the tchotchkes in preparation for the photos. The one big downside to their downsize would be telling their other Realtor© friend they’d listed with me. [...]
Before I die, I want to… Driving the streets north of Downtown Denver one might turn some dodgy corners. The gentrification of Curtis Park, Ballpark and Five Points neighborhoods has pushed up real estate prices as artist lofts and galleries, restaurants and the urban infill townhomes that follow, found their place beside the old Victorians. [...]
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