Welcome home to this adorable urban gardener’s dream. This well cared for 2 bedroom, 1 bath home boast bamboo and slate floors, custom window coverings, an open floor plan, large backyard, bright sunroom and granite kitchen island perfect for sorting through your garden harvest. This home sits on a quiet corner lot with a magnificent Burr Oak Read more…

Interest Rates Continue to Climb The biggest news is the continued rise in 30-year fixed mortgage rates. In March we saw this number climb to 4.4% which is the highest it has been since 2013 and so far April has seen a continued rise. This is putting pressure on buyers who want to find a home before Read more…

Join me and Chris Thomas of America’s Mortgage for our first Bootcamp of the year! This free event is your opportunity to learn everything you’ll need to know to navigate the home buying process here in Denver. And best of all, it’s FREE! Topics include: How to qualify for a loan How to raise your credit score Down Read more…

The Spring Real Estate Season Has Begun! These February 2018 Denver Real Estate Statistics show signs of yet another busy spring real estate market here in Denver. The number of new listings rose 10% from January 2018 which means that buyers had more homes to consider. However, compared to 2017 when we saw a 15% increase in Read more…

Neighborhood Profile: North Park Hill North Park Hill History:  A Prussian German named Baron Allois Guillaume Eugen Von Winckler is credited as “the father of Park Hill.” He purchased the plot of land that is now South Park Hill and platted it, “Park Hill” in 1885. Winckler died thirteen years later and upon his death investors bought the Park Hill holdings. Read more…

A Look Back At The Denver Market in 2017 The Denver Metro Real Estate Statistics 2017 show a very similar market to what we saw in 2016. High demand for homes sent home values up to a median sales price of $374,000. A continued rise in interest rates may have influenced more people to buy homes, but Read more…

Where have all the houses gone? The December 2017 Denver Real Estate Statistics showed a continued decline in the number of new listings and homes sold as we finished out 2017. With only 2,121 new units available in December, active buyers found themselves still in a very competitive market with multiple offers on nearly every new home Read more…

Neighborhood Profile: University University Neighborhood Denver History: The University neighborhood Denver owes much of its history to Denver University. John Evans founded the school as Colorado Seminary in 1864. The name changed to the University of Denver in 1880. Just a few years later the school was outgrowing its original site at Fourteenth and Arapahoe Street. The board Read more…

Seasonal Slowing The November 2017 Denver Real Estate Statistics show signs of a continued slowing of the Denver real estate market. The number of new listings was down 23% from last month and even fewer homes sold in November compared to October. The slowdown appears to be caused by normal seasonal slowing, and we should anticipate a Read more…

Slower but still steady The October 2017 Denver Real Estate Statistics show signs of a slow, but steady, slowing in the market. The number of homes sold and the number of new listings is slightly lower than October 2016 and October 2015. However the median sales price for the five county Denver Metro area is $30,000 higher Read more…

Is this slowdown here to stay? The September 2017 Denver Real Estate Statistics show a big slowdown overall. Signs show that this may be more of a slowdown than typical seasonal slowing. For example, the number of homes sold and the number of new listings are lower this September than they were in September 2016 or September Read more…

Neighborhood Profile: Globeville Globeville History: Globeville’s land was originally purchased by the Globe Smelting and Refining Company in the late 1880’s. Just like today, the area was primarily industrial. The neighborhood included the smelt plant, other packing plants and the railroads. These three industries were a big draw for people looking for employment. Globeville became its own incorporated town by Read more…