1900’s Denver brownstone with over 2000 sf offers an open main living area with original details. The fully restored wood windows, banister details, original hardwoods and tall ceilings capture the history and charm that Denver has to offer. The large windows and skylight shower the home with natural light. Enjoy quiet, as the walls are brick and very thick. The basement has a second entrance, so you can use it as a den or as a rental or mother-in-law suite. The neighbors are a delight and are passionate about community! Enjoy all that Denver and Uptown have to offer, with access to theaters, museums, shopping and dining! Downtown Denver is less than 5 minutes away- so you’ll never miss a beat.
Where Are They Coming From?
So Many People Are Moving Here…But Where Are They Coming From?
No surprise to us ‘natives‘ that many people are planting themselves in lovely Denver but where are all of these transplants coming from? Between 2009 to 2013, a whopping 100,000 people made Denver County home! Westword’s article discusses where all of these movers came from but mind you, not all were from out of state! 42,674 moved from other counties in Colorado to Denver. The remainder mostly came from California with 8,282 people, while Bexar County, Texas brought up the end with 652 making the exodus to Denver. Check out the rest of the results here.
So, that is where they are coming from.
What is a Title Company and what do they do in your real estate transaction? A Title or Escrow Company, is an important part of the under contract process all the way to the closing table. Read more on how to choose a reputable company and what their responsibilities to you are Learn more here
Stunning Estate home with ample upgrades and designer finishes which distinguishes itself from other homes in the neighborhood! Main level and basement have been extended out by 6′, garage has been extended out by 4′. Master-craft cabinetry throughout, amazing pictures windows in the great room allow lots of Colorado sunlight to warm the open space. 6,323 finished sq.ft. allows plenty of living and entertaining space. For an amazing viewing experience: http://ow.ly/vl9w302hEGB
Your good friends just went under contract on a home, then you hear that the contract fell through. What circumstances arose to have this happen and what does this mean for your friends? Watch the video in the below link to learn more.
Sarah touches on the increased growth of the median sold home price in Denver. Is this steady increase cause of concern for Denver’s housing market? Chief economist with the National Association of Realtors, discusses key elements in the makeup of a housing bubble and thoughts of when it may pop in Denver.
Denver post article: http://www.denverpost.com/business/ci…
Denver Real Estate 2016 Trends
“Last year, there was a recorded 65,872 new listings, up six percent year-over-year (YOY),
Days on Market were at 31 (down 18 percent YOY), average home price was $363,143 (up 12 percent YOY), and median home price was $314,000 (up 14 percent YOY).
Month-over-month, digging into the December MLS housing stats, 2,275 new listings came on the market, down 33 percent; 2,766 homes were placed under contract, down 31 percent; and 4,170 homes sold and closed, up 15 percent from the previous month. December closed out with 4,384 active listings, representing a 23 percent decrease in inventory over November, but 0.67 percent more – or 29 total – properties than December 2014. The total sales volume jumped 18.5 percent to $1.56 billion from the previous month.
Notably, since 1985, Denver-area has averaged 13,869 active listings in December. The high-water mark was 24,603 listings in 2007 and the record low-point was 4,355 in 2014.
The single-family market, month-over-month, had a sharp drop of 31 percent in new listings or four percent fewer new listings than December 2014. The average and median sold prices ticked upward from the previous month with increases of four percent to $414,472 and one percent to $347,000 respectively.
The condo market showed the supply of new listings dropped 36 percent over the previous month to 646, while the average sold prices remained relatively unchanged with a 0.47 percent increase to $278,656 and 0.45 percent decrease to $223,000.” – Reports DMAR
HERE IS THE FULL DETAILED REPORT: 2016 Trends
Denver Neighborhoods – Mayfair Hale
Nestled between some of Denver’s most sought after neighborhoods, Mayfair is a small community of friends and neighbors residing in a collection of tudors, bungalows and ranches a short distance east of Downtown Denver. In 1885, Baron Walter Von Richthofen proclaimed Mayfair, “The Beautiful Suburban Town of Denver” and advertised the area as a healthy alternative to the moral dilemmas of city living. The area now known as Mayfair became part of Denver in 1902 but was not officially named until after World War II when returning GI’s settle in the ara. The area was attractive to these men and their families for many of the same reasons that Mayfair is popular today. With it’s wide streets, large lots, varied architecture and proximity to Downtown Denver. Mayfair is truly and example of urban living with a suburban feel.
City Park is located just North of Mayfair near the Denver Zoo and the Museum of Nature and Science. Mayfair has its own shopping center at 14th and Krameria Street which has been serving the community for over fifty years, while Colfax Avenue boasts its own assortment of shops and restaurants on the northern border of the neighborhood. In addition, Mayfair is just up the street from the shops, restaurants and special event found in Cherry Creek.
12 Minutes to DownTown
7 Minutes to Shopping Cherry Creek Mall
17 Minutes to I-25
Closest Grocery Store is Marczyk Fine
Walk Score: 66
Bike Score: 82
Postal Zip Code: 80220