Real Estate & Property Management

It Pays to Know Your Neighbor

In America, a house burglary happens almost every 15 seconds. Most of the time the burglars will go through the front door and they might be neighbors. Whoa!

Denver Real Estate Prices Continue to Increase

US Zillow Home Value Index US real estate info According to the latest survey by Zillow, home prices in Denver real estate prices have increased 14.3% over the last year. A recent article by the Denver Post stated: National home values continued a march upward in April with Denver showing a year-over-year increase of 13.4 […]

Denver Real Estate Will Be Strong in 2013

According to recent data from Metrolist, Inc., the Denver real estate market will be strong. Read the whole article below: Strong Year-End Sales and Lowest Inventory Since 1993 Drive Prices Higher January 15, 2013 According to the latest data from Metrolist®, 2012 ended on a strong note for the Denver housing market. Buyer demand combined […]

Foreclosure Filings: 5 Year Low – Colorado Real Estate

An article from the Denver Post describes how foreclosure filings fell in September to a 5 year low.  Colorado still ranks 10th of the nation for the number of foreclosures. The article said: Foreclosure filings fell in September to their lowest level in more than five years as a housing-market rebound showed another sign of […]

Stapleton: 9th Best Selling in the Country – Denver Real Estate

Stapleton master-planned community has been rated ninth best selling in the nation according to Metrostudy. The news release was done in the following article: Forest City Enterprises, Inc., (NYSE: FCEA and FCEB) today announced that its Stapleton mixed-use community in Denver has been rated as the ninth best selling master-planned community in the nation by […]

Price per Foot Might Be Misleading – Colorado Real Estate

When valuing a property, price per square foot can be misleading according to an article Daniel Webster, a real estate agent in Breckendridge: Way, way too many buyers and sellers get hung up on the price per square foot of a property. It appears to be a quick and easy way to evaluate if a […]

Colorado Real Estate Rises; Homebuilders are Handcuffed

Even though Colorado real estate sales prices have increased 10% against an 8% national average, but tight credit still hurts home builders. The following article explains it in detail:  So far 2012 is proving to be a “breakout year” for residential real estate despite ongoing problems for financing new-home construction, a national housing economist said […]

Million Dollar Homes is Heating up in Denver Real Estate

Dennis Huspeni of the Denver Business Journal recent article on Denver real estate describes how million dollars homes sales have increased compared to last year’s. The number of metro-Denver homes with a price tag of $1 million or higher that sold in August jumped dramatically from the same month a year earlier, according to a […]

Oakwood Homes’ CEO is Optimistic on Real Estate in Colorado

On a recent interview, Pat Hamill, CEO of Oakwood Homes, declared his optimism about real estate in Colorado. The Gazette’s article is reads as follows: As backyards go in the Pikes Peak region, Pat Hamill has one that’s bigger than most. Hamill is the founder, president and CEO of Denver-based Oakwood Homes, which, along with […]