When it comes time to decide if you really want the property you should have an inspection done. Don’t use a fly-by-night inspector. Use a company or a person that does quality work, has a great reputation, and that you trust. You want to know all the ins and outs of the house and you’re […]
Ok, let’s say you were not ready to sell your home this summer and you may not even be ready this fall, but your house looks great this summer. Here is an idea we have been floating by our clients. Since it’s so green right now in Colorado after all the spring rain, many people […]
You have heard real estate agents say the prime selling season in Colorado is April 1st through July 31st? Well, it’s true; but just how big are those four months when it comes to selling a home in Colorado? Let’s take a look at last year as an example. It was a record year of […]
All my life I thrived on people telling me, “You can’t do that” or “It can’t be done.” When people bet against me, it really gets my juices flowing and motivates me like nothing else. When someone lays down a challenge, I am usually the first person who says, “I’ll take that on.” Good or bad, […]
As a full time real estate broker in the Denver area for the past 36+ years, I am often asked these questions: “What is the best time to list a property for sale?” and “What is the best time for a buyer to start looking to purchase a home?” There used to be a simple […]
You may be looking out the window at sub-zero temperatures, snow, or a combination thereof, and it’s hard to imagine the spring selling season is just about upon us. For Coloradoans, the prime real estate selling season is April 1st through July 31st. That means you have two months to get ready and take advantage […]
Does the name Jacques Benedict ring a bell? Most people won’t know that name, but its a little known fact that Jacques Benedict is responsible for building some of the most prestigious homes in Denver.
Did you know that we have a castle in Denver? Most people are aware of the neighborhood located between Monaco and Quebec and 12th avenue and 7th avenue. It blends into Montclair and across the street is Mayfair and Hale.
Being in the luxury real estate market we see all manner of houses. Some need a ton of work but the location demands the price. Others are updated and remodeled to the hilt and that’s why they command the price they do.
I’ve been working with quite a few buyers that want to live in an up and coming neighborhood. After selling homes from Broomfield to Castle Rock and everywhere in between I can tell you that the only up and coming neighborhoods that offer character, tradition, a sense of the past, and promise of a future lies within Denver.