New Listing- 5 bedroom in Denver


Things to Note: 

  • 4 bedrooms and 2 baths upstairs, 5th bedroom and 3rd bath downstairs.
  • Close proximity to I-25 and 225
  • Large utility shed off the back patio for tons of extra storage
  • Carpet and water heater were replaced 3 years ago, new electrical panel 2 years ago and new exterior and interior paint, less than a year old.

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Denver housing market heats up

The Denver housing market stayed consistent with it’s fast-paced trend that has continued the moment we were all expressing Happy New Year greeting.  Statistics show a 77.5% increase of new listings in January from December and in most cases buyers were there to scoop them up as quickly as they were listed.

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“In January, homes under contract were almost the same number as new listings. This means that as fast as listings come on the market, they are placed under contract,” Steve Danyliw, chairman of the DMAR market trends committee and a Denver real estate agent, said in the report.

For more info on the Denver housing market, click here.

Things to note from the Denver Metro Association of Realtors February 2018 Market Trends Report:

  • Colorado was the 9th fastest growing state in 2017, with an increase of 77,000 residents.  The 2016 increase was 90,000 residents.  Some residents may be moving out of state due to traffic and housing prices.
  • First-time home buyers accounted for about 32 percent of home sales in December and for the full year according to the December 2017 REALTORS Confidence Index Survey.
  • The deficit of homes in the metro area, which represents the demand for housing and the supply of available housing, is expected to peak this year at 32,000.  Experts say it could take up to 10 years to correct the imbalance of homes needed.  The current deficit is attributed to a shortage of land available for development as well as a shortage of trades, which leads to the slowing of new build activity.

President’s Circle Award

I am honored to have earned

There are so many people who have been a part of my professional journey who have partnered with me to allow me to earn this award. Each transaction is unique and rewarding and I have gained numerous friends from what started as a greeting on a doorstep. This award should truly be shared with all my clients as well as my professional partners. Closing a real estate transaction takes a team and I am grateful to have an amazing one. Kelley Pachello is my unofficial partner who is always willing to jump in and cover for me when I am away or double booked. I am always grateful for my “back up”. Kaylee Bolton was a new client whom I met on a doorstep a few years ago. In 2017 she joined with me to become the brains and execution of all my marketing. Josh Drovdal continually “WOW”s my clients with his amazing photography. Heather Simms is an incredible home stager who has helped prepare the homes for the opportunity to gain top dollar. Gavin Higashi and his team (Mark Hott) at First American Title provide constant professional assistance through the title process and the closing. Ashley Gearhart Pratt and Scott Bushlack are two amazing lenders who always deliver stellar, fair and honest service. Ross Bowen is patient, knowledgeable and “calls out what he sees” to educate and protect my clients through the inspection process. He even takes a bit of time to allow the little ones to fly his drone over their future home. N Angelica De Chavezis always available to fit in a cleaning at the last minute as sellers often realize they are maxed out and cleaning their “old home” is the last thing they want to do. There are others who have been a part of my success as well and I am forever grateful. Today, I share this recognition with you all.