Did you know that you do not need a down payment to buy a home in the Downtown neighborhood of Denver?
There is a new program available to all home buyers – not just first time home buyers. Better yet it’s a grant, not a second mortgage that adds to your monthly payment!
Contact us right away and find out more and if you qualify for up to 4% of down payment assistance.
Downtown Denver is comprised of several neighborhoods – Capitol Hill, Central Business District, Civic Center, Five Points, North Capitol Hill (Uptown) and Union Station (LoDo), which are the heart of the original settlement. A place like Downtown Denver contains a lot of history. It was the place where people settled in light of a gold strike. Downtown Denver is home to the U.S. Mint, The Brown Palace Hotel, Union Station and The Oxford Hotel. More than 140 properties in Downtown Denver are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Home to clubs, bars, restaurants, art galleries, live music venues, an amusement and water park, and professional sports stadiums, Downtown Denver is also the heart of modern Denver. The 16th Street Mall offers a pedestrian shopper’s paradise. The Tattered Cover is one of the nation’s largest and most well-known independent book stores. The Denver Performing Arts Complex is the second-largest of its type in the country. Civic Center Park is filled with flowers and Old West Statues, and in the summer hosts food truck lunch options twice a week. The gold-domed Colorado State Capitol Building’s 13th step is exactly one mile above sea level. The Denver Public Library‘s Main Branch is the fourth largest in the United States. The Molly Brown House Museum is a chance to catch a glimpse into one of the world’s most famous prospectors and survivor of the Titanic. One of the trendiest spots in town, Larimer Square offers fresh food and fabulous fashion. Downtown Denver offers something for everyone, whether local or just visiting.
The real estate in Downtown Denver consists of high rises, condos, and lofts that sit above major shops and restaurants. The best part of Downtown Denver is the amount of transportation around the area. Any place you would like to go is a bus ride, Light Rail ride, bike ride, or footsteps away.
Recently Listed in Downtown Denver
Downtown Denver is home to Denver Public Schools.
See a full list of Denver private schools: http://www.greatschools.org/colorado/denver/schools/?st=private
See a full list of Charter schools: http://www.greatschools.org/colorado/denver/schools/?st=charter
|Neighborhood Elementary School|
|Neighborhood Middle School|
|Dora Moore (K-8)|
|Neighborhood High School|
Downtown Denver Map Search
Connect With Us
Denver’s September 2019 real estate market stats compared to September 2018. Home sales have increased by 10% Average Sold Price for Single Family Homes has increased by 6% to $482,067 Average Days on Market has remained unchanged at 41 days Weeks of Inventory has...
Denver’s August 2019 real estate market stats compared to August 2018. Home sales have slightly decreased by 2% Average Sold Price for Single Family Homes has increased by 3% from $472,245 to $487,205 Average Days on Market has increased to 34 to 39 days Weeks of...
Denver’s July 2019 real estate market stats compared to July 2018. Home sales have slightly increased by 4% Average Sold Price for Single Family Homes has increased by 4% from $478,546 to $496,120 Average Days on Market has increased to 32 days Weeks of Inventory has...