Denver Real Estate Market Update Fall 2018

You may have heard by now, the Denver real estate market has slowed its breakneck pace. Properties are taking longer to sell and we’re seeing more price reductions before properties go under contract. Another interesting sign — so far we haven’t seen the second price uptick that usually occurs in Denver in recent fall markets.Continue reading “Denver Real Estate Market Update Fall 2018”

Signs of Buyer Fatigue, Supply Creeps Up

There’s been talk of a market slowdown and I’ve been waiting to see if the last quarter of 2018 would confirm it. Our stats show that the market has cooled off – but just a tiny bit.  The chart below shows that supply is a bit higher in 2018’s last quarter over 2017. In DecemberContinue reading “Signs of Buyer Fatigue, Supply Creeps Up”

Easy DIY Home Renovation in Denver

Home renovations are usually expensive, and good contractors in Denver can be hard to track down or hire — especially for the smaller jobs. In some cases, it may make sense to do the work yourself, if you are so inclined and if you are handy. Here’s how to go about a DIY renovation jobContinue reading “Easy DIY Home Renovation in Denver”

Denver Real Estate Market Update

Median home prices in Denver are up 8.5% in January year over year, a pretty aggressive increase, in my opinion, for all the talk of a market slowdown. Prices are down just a hair in January from December, which is not unusual for this time of year. It’s very interesting to note that housing inventory hasContinue reading “Denver Real Estate Market Update”

Denver Real Estate Market Update Q1 2019

Median home prices in Denver are up to $428,000, an increase of about 3% over last March. That’s down a good bit from the 10+% appreciation we’ve been seeing over the past few years. In the first quarter of 2019 we also saw a pretty dramatic rise in inventory, with the number of active listingsContinue reading “Denver Real Estate Market Update Q1 2019”

These Denver Neighborhoods Shifting to Favor Buyers

The Denver real estate market has favored sellers for many years now, but it’s been showing signs of cooling in some areas since last fall.  The number of active listings is up overall, we’ve seen price drops on more listings, and the median number of “days on market” is up —  meaning it takes longer to get toContinue reading “These Denver Neighborhoods Shifting to Favor Buyers”

Green Living in Montclair!

Search current inventory of Homes for Sale in Denver Listing Details Lovely Detached Home in Montclair! 775 Pontiac Street, Denver, CO 80220Price: $829,000MLS number: 3874164Bedrooms: 5Bathrooms: 4Total Square Footage: 3243 Call Jon Wells at 720-271-2778 to see if this property is still available and arrange a showing. Green Living in Gorgeous Historical Neighborhood! Wonderful opportunity toContinue reading “Green Living in Montclair!”

Denver Real Estate Market Update Spring 2019

Real estate prices have been pretty flat since January in the Denver metro area. And, as remarked upon in my last post, supply is up year over year. The number of contracts is up slightly. The market seems to be absorbing the heightened supply easily, with days on market still very low (under 10). Let’s seeContinue reading “Denver Real Estate Market Update Spring 2019”

Lender Spotlight: Meet Ericka Herrera with Partners United Financial

Ericka Herrera is a Senior Loan Officer at Partners United. She’s a great lender to know, and not only for her winning personality. Ericka works loans for buyers  that many other lenders can’t do. She can help first-time homebuyers, Veterans and has some wonderful programs for self-employed and investor clients. Since her bank does itsContinue reading “Lender Spotlight: Meet Ericka Herrera with Partners United Financial”