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June Market Update

We generally see the peak of the busy season in June. 2021 was no different. Denver saw record-breaking stats for the number of closings, average close price, and new listings. The June inventory increased 50.46% over last month. For reference,

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May Market Update

As spring turns to summer, the real estate market in Denver continues to be competitive for buyers. This year, for the first time in 13 years, the inventory at the end of May was actually less than the beginning of

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April Market Update

The Denver market continues to race forward into spring. Inventory in April was up 35.03% over March, but that still made for the lowest April inventory on record. 6,699 listings hit the market in April, but by the month’s end,

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Denver Approves New Program for Landlords

Denver City Council has approved a new program that requires licensing for all landlords. The purpose of the program is to establish new renter protections and to better understand the number of rentals in the city. The bill was introduced

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Spring Maintenance Tips from Pillar to Post

Spring is on the way, and that means it’s the perfect opportunity to get your home ready for the months to come. We asked the Scott Lunsford team of home inspectors from Pillar to Post for their top tips to

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Paris to Hollywood at the Denver Art Museum

These days, our lives could use a little more glamour. Find all the glamour of the golden age of Hollywood at Denver Art Museums’ newest exhibit, Paris to Hollywood: The Fashion and Influence of Veronique and Gregory Peck. The collection

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March Market Update

As spring arrives, the market in Denver usually picks up. What does this mean for a year that never slowed down? Even more competition and not nearly enough inventory to keep up. The average days in the MLS for homes

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February Market Update

February 2021 saw many of this winter’s trends continue. Low average days on market, limited inventory, and creative offers characterize the market. It is hard to overstate the speed at which homes are being listed and going under contract. The

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January Market Update

The Denver market continues to see high demand and increased appreciation even in January. While we often see reduced available inventory in the winter months, this January was a new record low with just 2,316 active listings at month-end. New

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6 Ways to Prepare your Home for Sale

Whether you are hoping to sell your home next week or next year, try our tips to make your house feel brand new. Cleanliness is the number one priority, wiping down light switches, using a magic eraser to buff out

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Little Man Valentine's Day

Valentine’s Day To-Go

If you are planning on celebrating this Valentine’s Day at home, there’s still time to make it extra special! By far the greatest upside of an at-home Valentine’s celebration is the wealth of amazing local businesses making it easy to

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December Market Update and Year End Review

The close of December brought the end to a year that no one could have expected. The month ended similar to the whole of 2020, with record-low inventory and record-high sales volume. December ended with 2,541 active listings on the

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November Market Update

November 2020 in Denver saw record highs and lows in the Denver market. It is important to remember that the residential market generally follows a seasonal pattern and it is normal to see lower inventory in the winter months. Even

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October Market Update

In October in Denver, the market tends to slow down as the weather cools off, but not surprisingly, 2020 was a little different. The record-low inventory continues with only 4,821 active listings. This spring’s pent-up demand continues to have a

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BEFORE AND AFTER: BERKELEY RANCH

We love being able to show you how a little imagination during the buying process can make all the difference after closing. Adam’s clients were first time home buyers on the hunt for an updated home that still had opportunities

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September Market Update

September is historically a month that we see a natural calming of the market as buyers and sellers often decide to stay put in the Fall and Winter months. September 2020 was a different story. Once again, the Denver market

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Denver Mobile Food Pantry

Bienvenidos Food Bank

Bienvenidos has been serving Northwest Denver since 1976, and while Denver has grown and changed, so have they. I sat down for a (virtual) chat with, Executive Director Greg Pratt, last week to discuss the current status of their operations.

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Crush Walls 2020

2020 might be the year that everything was canceled but art is not canceled! Especially outdoor art! This year’s CRUSH (Creative Rituals Under Social Harmony) will be the 11th year that artists take over RiNo and the surrounding area with

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August Market Update

August broke most of the records set in July and then some. The strong buyer pool pushed average home sale prices to over $604,000 and kept inventory at a record low. At the end of August, there were 5,496 active

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Summer 2020 Farmer’s Markets

It’s might be possible that there are even MORE farmer’s markets in the Denver area this summer! With many expanding their options to include meal kits and cocktails as well as delivery options, now is a better time than ever

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Before and After: Cole Half Duplex

First-time homebuyer Katie had a limited budget but still wanted a yard to enjoy and upgrade potential in her future home. Zach helped her close on her cozy Cole half-duplex, “Things were a little rough around the edges but after

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July Market Update

As we approach the peak of summer heat the Denver market has also continued to heat up. July saw record-breaking demand, limited inventory, and prices. More homes closed in July 2020 than any month ever in the Denver Metro area.

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June Market Update

With June data in, we can confirm that prices are still increasing and demand is still high in the Denver real estate market. Under contract numbers in May were at record numbers and June has beat those records. The number

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Sun Valley Kitchen & Community Center

posted by: Tricia Whitaker in Community

When Glenn Harper found what he thought was the perfect spot for the expansion of his food truck, an old grocery store, he actually had found the perfect way to give back to his longtime neighborhood of Sun Valley. Even

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Favorite Small Businesses

Denver has so many amazing small businesses that could use our support now more than ever. Check out Generator’s favorites! Zach Erol’s Tailoring in Cherry Creek has outstanding service and does exceptional work!   Paul Meta, these awesome folks are

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