Patrick Finney of CJV Real Estate weighs in on Denver’s Real Estate stats for last month! “This market, as you can tell, is very strong! White things have cooled off just a touch, we are still seeing multiple offers in well over asking price situations. Interest rates are very low still and demand is still
Airbnb is a lucrative means to achieve real estate income, especially in a tourist destination like Colorado. However, if you are an investor looking to invest in the Denver Metro Area, it’s important to know the local short term rental (STR) regulations. The consequences of blatantly breaking the law are real: In 2019, four investors
Our hardworking Carrol Rhead suggested posting this quote by David O. McKay in honor of Labor Day! “Let us realize that the privilege to work is a gift. That the power to work is a blessing. The love of work is success.” -David O. McKay
If you think the Denver Market has slowed down, you’re half right. Yes, it has slowed down, due to seasonal constraints, such as Vacation Time (July) and Back to School (August) – but be prepared for the action to pick up in September & October – with more homes on the market, and more buyers
It’s been one very interesting summer for Denver Real Estate!
Appliances at outlets or discount sales or scratch & dent specials can be far less expensive and yet still new products. OR – wait for the Big Box dealers like Home Depot and Lowes to have their Holiday Specials. Paint – you can paint yourself! With the technology in paint – allowing for just 1
Patrick Finney, Owner/Broker of CJV Real Estate weighs in on this month’s real estate market in Denver, Colorado: Two key factors– inventory and interest rates– continue to stay at record low levels during the month of June, 2021. That means that the market remains a Seller’s Market. The good news for Buyers, however, is that
May numbers in Denver Real Estate are out! The average close price in May 2021 is 635,060, an increase of 26.9% from May 2020’s average of $500,474. Also the percentage of closed price to list price went up 5.9% from 99.4% in May 2020 to 105.3% in May 2021. What does this mean for sellers?
Happy Summer solstice! Just like the Earth’s seasons, the real estate market follows a predictable cycle. In the early summer months of May and June, as families prepare for the next school year, the housing market heats up with more activity. Increasing numbers of homeowners list their homes and buyer activity picks up. Most families
When planning your budget to buy a home, be sure to think ahead to the ongoing costs of homeownership. Insurance, property taxes, and routine maintenance should all be factored into your long-term monthly budget. Give us a call – your CJV agent can help you to best determine your budget and how much house you