- Home builders would benefit from a streamlined solar installation plan.
- Homeowners save thousands in electric bills with solar.
- COSEIA backing new solar initiative.
Colorado consumers and the economy could greatly benefit if home builders had a more predictable and consistent program in place for the widespread installation of solar systems in new subdivisions, according to local industry and government experts. Continue reading Solar can shine in new homes
- Business improvement districts moving forward.
- Council approves creation of BIDS in 2 neighborhoods.
- Votes this fall.
Commercial property owners are expected to approve two new Business Improvement Districts in Denver this fall. Continue reading Denver BIDS move forward
- RealtyTrac releases report on all-cash deals.
- Report also covers institutional investors.
- Denver and Colorado trail the national average.
The 4,181-square-foot, 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom home at 300 Vine St. in Denver is priced at $2.1 million. That is a price range in which many buyer paid cash.
All-cash home buyers and institutional investors are playing a smaller role in the Denver-area and Colorado housing markets than almost anywhere else in the country, according to a report released today. Continue reading RealtyTrac: Few all-cash deals in Denver
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- Denver is on the hunt for favorite places.
- Planning department launching social media search.
- All Denver citizens are invited to participate.
“What is your favorite place in Denver?”
More importantly: “Why?” Continue reading Denver wants to know your fave places
- Coldwell Banker releases July luxury home report.
- Report is third on luxury sales for metro area.
- Lack of supply remains an issue.
This Boulder condo sold for $5.3 million, or more than $1,000 per square foot, in July.
The price of a luxury home sold in July rose, while the number of sales tumbled, according to the latest report tracking sales of $1 million or more in the Denver area. Continue reading Coldwell: Luxury home sales off
- Guest column by Dan Polimino
- Avoid temptation to sell your home by yourself.
- Failure to disclose could cost you far more than a commission.
By Dan Polimino
Special to InsideRealEstateNews
In a buyer’s market, sellers feel like they will need the help of real estate agents to sell their home.
Continue reading FSBOs asking for trouble
- RE/MAX releases national housing report.
- Only San Francisco has a lower supply of homes than Denver.
- Still, Denver’s inventory is as high as it has been this year.
Denver had the second lowest inventory of unsold homes in the nation in July, according to a national report by RE/MAX. Continue reading Denver’s home inventory growing slowly
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- After 3 years, Highlands Square apartments moving forward.
- Allied Residential plan is the same as RedPeak’s.
- Some neighbors remain up in arms, while other embrace it.
A RNL drawing shows how the church will be connected to a new, 5-story apartment building.
The planned development of a luxury apartment community in the heart of Highlands Square in northwest Denver is drawing to a close, ending a three year-saga. Continue reading Highlands Square saga drawing to a close
- DMAR releases its first luxury housing report.
- Report tracks sales of $1 million or more in 11 counties.
- Per square foot, condos are fetching more than homes.
Shown is the living room in a home in Cherry Hills that sold for $3.775 million in July.
Buyers snapped up a total of luxury 98 homes in the 11-county metro area in July for a total of $148.7 million, according to a report released on Tuesday. Continue reading DMAR: $762 million in luxury sales and counting
- DMAR releases July report.
- Report shows same trend as Metrolist.
- Few entry level homes available.
There was only a three-week supply of homes priced in the $100,000 to $300,000 range in the Denver area at the end of July, according to a market report released on Monday. Continue reading Record home market predicted