Denver Metro Market Statistics – November

Denver Metro Market Statistics – November

Denver real estate statistics have been released for November, and once again low inventory continues to drive the local housing market, making for a competitive market with prices rising moderately month to month. Read more about the numbers and percentages outlined on our RE/MAX of Cherry Creek blog post, and contact me to find out more about what these numbers mean to...

Guide to Denver’s Parks & Gardens

While cities offer convenience like shops, grocery stores and restaurants all in one condensed area, we all appreciate the beautiful outdoors and green spaces. And while we live in a city, Denver offers a huge number of parks, gardens and peaceful spaces that bring nature into what can feel like a concrete jungle at times. There’s a new online guide http://tclf.org/sites/default/files/microsites/wot-guide-denver/index.html that outlines all of our city’s parks and gardens and shares a lot of the unique history with readers. For example, did you know that Alamo Placita Park once had a waterslide, bicycle track, and railway? With an easy to navigate map (and an interactive mobile app), you can find your favorite spots plus some newly discovered parks to explore. Read the Denver Post’s review here, and browse through the guide to find some beautiful outdoor places you may not have known...

Denver a Top Real Estate Market

US News and World Report rates Denver as one of the top ten cities investors should look at for investment opportunities. We have all seen how our city has been booming lately, and this survey agreed. This article explains how they tracked each metro area and its unemployment, job creation, population migration and economic stability, along with housing inventory, home prices and rental yields. It also looked at millennial migration and where they will be buying in the near future, which is a huge factor in cities’ long term growth. Having been involved in the growth here in Denver by watching the real estate trends, it is no surprise that we are attracting new people and being singled out as a great place to both live and invest. If you are looking at investing, get in touch and I can help you take advantage of this great time in the...

New Bike Lane in Downtown Denver

If you’ve spent time navigating your way around downtown Denver on your bike – through road raging drivers and distracted pedestrians – you will get a bit of relief with the announcement of a new protected bike lane!  With clear and safer boundaries, bicyclers can now ride around with more peace of mind. The Downtown Denver Partnership wanted to provide a more bike-friendly experience for those who choose this environmentally friendly way to get around, and to encourage others to do the same. Read more in this RE/MAX of Cherry Creek blog post for detailed information and to find out exactly where it will...

Getting the Most from your Home Appraisal

If you are looking to refinance or take out a loan, a home appraisal is extremely important as it will help determine the amount of the loan you can get. Even if it seems to be a standardized process, there are certain things you can do to get the most out of the appraisal, and this RE/MAX of Cherry Creek blog post outlines some tried and true...

Why NOT to Cancel Your Credit Cards

It may seem like common sense to cancel any credit cards you don’t use so that you keep your finances clean and simple. However, it’s actually better to keep these credit cards active when it comes to building your credit. Read this RE/MAX of Cherry Creek Lender’s Corner to find out why cutting up your cards but not cancelling them is the way to...
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