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Yearly Archives: 2015

Sunset Magazine’s Idea House 2015 is Imagined in Denver’s Hilltop

Sunset chose Denver as the location for their 2015 Idea House because “Denver best captures the current ‘spirit of the West’” but you don’t have to tell locals that. Learn more in 5280 magazine’s feature. Tours have already begun and

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The Effect of Legalized Marijuana on the Denver Warehouse Market

If you’re a Realtor in Denver you’ll inevitably get questions from clients about what effect legalization of marijuana has had on real estate. CNN Money recently did a piece reporting that marijuana has been a factor in the high demand for

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Hostel Fish is (quietly) open for business, and just what Denver needs

Denver’s current economic growth rate is the highest in the nation. With that comes a rapidly growing population, exponential increases in rental rates and real estate prices year over year, skyrocketing demand for properties in coveted locations, and… the best

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Denver’s River North Neighborhood Just Keeps Growing

Check out this article from the Denver Post detailing the huge commercial and residential real estate growth in Denver’s River North (Five Points) neighborhood. The commercial real estate market in Denver’s River North neighborhood is in a “feeding frenzy,” with

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What to do in Denver: Check out free live music

We are firm believers in the old saying, “the best things in life are free” especially when it comes to listening to free tunes and soaking in the Denver sunshine. Check out this article from The Denver Post laying out

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What Buyers Can Expect in a Seller’s Market

The amount of competition for home buyers in the metro Denver market can be aggressive and brutal, particularly in desirable neighborhoods. The lack of inventory of available homes to purchase has resulted in an imbalanced market where demand drastically outweighs

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Priced Out: Athmar Park as a Wash Park West Alternative

In part three of three, Adam offers an alternative to Wash Park West and highlights the hidden value in Athmar Park. Check out parts One and Two for more hidden gems when the Denver housing market has you feeling priced out.

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Priced Out: Sloan’s Lake? Why Not Edgewater?

Check out part 2 of Priced Out, where we explore the alternative neighborhoods in Denver, check out part one here If you have driven around Sloan’s Lake within the past year, it’s hard to ignore the overwhelming amount of development,

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Priced Out: From Berkeley to Regis

In today’s post, check out part one of a three part series by broker Adam Waggoner, exploring new neighborhoods to consider in a market where getting priced out is becoming more and more common.  In today’s market the typical Denver home

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Property Tax Exemption

I am learning that there are some benefits to achieving “senior” status and one that all Colorado residents may not be aware of is the “Senior Property Tax Exemption”. For homeowners who qualify, 50% of the first $200,000 in the

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2015 Property Tax Valuations

posted by: Bob Durack in Owner Resources

2015 brings with it the semi-annual property tax re-appraisal. All property owners should receive a Notice of Valuation in the mail by May 1st from the county in which they own property. Taking into account the market activity over the

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Street Seen: Good Fellas

posted by: Tricia Whitaker in Press

North Denver Tribune // January 21, 2015 Little Man Ice Cream held its annual “Employee Appreciation Day” on January 5. The company is well known for its philanthropic roots in third world countries with their Scoop for Scoop program that

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Street Seen: Good Fellas

North Denver Tribune // January 21, 2015 Little Man Ice Cream held its annual “Employee Appreciation Day” on January 5. The company is well known for its philanthropic roots in third world countries with their Scoop for Scoop program that

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What to do in Denver

New York Times // January 21, 2015 The signs of Denver’s economic high times as a pot boomtown and bastion of progressive urban policies are everywhere. There is the B-cycle bike-share program, among the most affordable and best-run systems in

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What to do in Denver

New York Times // January 21, 2015 The signs of Denver’s economic high times as a pot boomtown and bastion of progressive urban policies are everywhere. There is the B-cycle bike-share program, among the most affordable and best-run systems in

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