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RealtyTrac: Few all-cash deals in Denver

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Highlights:

  • 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.

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

Denver wants to know your fave places

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Highlights:

  • Denver is on the hunt for favorite places.
  • Planning department launching social media search.
  • All Denver citizens are invited to participate.

 

Brad Buchanan

Brad Buchanan

“What is your favorite place in Denver?”

More importantly: “Why?” Continue reading Denver wants to know your fave places

Coldwell: Luxury home sales off

Highlights:

  • 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.

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

FSBOs asking for trouble

Highlights:

  • 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

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Dan Polimino

Dan Polimino

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

Denver's home inventory growing slowly

Highlights:

  • 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.

Coming SoonDenver 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

Highlands Square saga drawing to a close

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Highlights:

  • 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.

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: $762 million in luxury sales and counting

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Highlights:

  • 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.

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

Record home market predicted

Highlights:

  • DMAR releases July report.
  • Report shows same trend as Metrolist.
  • Few entry level homes available.

Denver-Metro-Real-Estate-Market-Update-August-08There 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

Record home prices in July

Highlights:

  • Metrolist released its July report last Friday.
  • Prices eked our another record.
  • First-time buyers need to venture outside their 1st neighborhood choice.
A 982-square-foot unit at 1401 Wewatta St. is priced at $375,000, Even though this is a condo, the average price of a single-family home is approaching sold in July is approaching $375,000.

A 982-square-foot unit at 1401 Wewatta St. is priced at $375,000, Even though this is a condo, the average price of a single-family home is approaching sold in July is approaching $375,000.

Another month, another home price record for the Denver area — but just barely. Continue reading Record home prices in July

Denver streamlines permitting

Highlights:

  • Permit applications in Denver are soaring.
  • June was the best month for permits in a decade.
  • The city has streamlined the process.
Building permits snapshot.

Building permits snapshot.

It should be easier and faster to get a building permit approved in Denver. Continue reading Denver streamlines permitting