Denver real estate information and opinions from a local Real Estate agent who covers Englewood, Littleton, Highlands Ranch, Ken Caryl, Centennial, Parker, Castle Rock, Lakewood, Aurora, Larkspur, Elizabeth, Greenwood Village and Cherry Hills Village.
RECENT BLOG POSTS
I metioned Lawrence Yun's comments yeaterday and today have links to his slides and highlights of his presentation. Also, in the same article at www.highlands-ranch-real-estate-blog.com I have included a link to the MSNBC Today show segment where Barbara Corcoran states Denver is the number 1 cit...
Yun says Denver is uniquely positioned to recover first from the recession. Yes I see it. check out http://www.highlands-ranch-real-estate-blog.com for a current market update for all of south metro Denver.
WOW! Have you noticed that prices have started to firm up! We are seeing multiple offers on 1 out of 3 homes. It is amazing! See www.highlandsranchrealestateblog.com
Well if the previous note about new listings being the predictor of future sales did not work for you, take a look at Denver's closings in September. We have seen an activity that is very strong in the month of September, and the reader needs to remember that Real Estate is still probably the bes...
I posted at my regular blog a chart showing new listings and what it means to you. Take a look at http://highlands-ranch-real-estate.blogspot.com/2008/10/baffle-them-with.html or to find out more about the Denver Real Estate market visit www.denverrelocation.com
The housing market may be over reported as being in the dumps.www.highlandsranchrealestateblog.com has the link to a story by Market Watch. Take a look.It is good to know NAR agrees they have done it too!
Over 1000 fewer single family homes entered the Denver Real estate market in March.Take a look here to see what has changed
My last post not even a wimper!WOW! I am shocked. But taking 20% of the new listings off the market, out of the Denver Real Estate market, what could that mean? Check my post at www.highlands-ranch-real-estate-blog.com
While it is not always a popular topic, supply & demand sets the prices paid for any product. Gasoline is one good (bad) example but it is true with real estate as well. There is a real anomoly that appeared in new listings in the Denver Real Estate residential listings in March. We only had 5377...