April 2, 2020

Quarantine Tips: Make Your Colorado Home A Haven

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Quarantine Tips: Make Your Colorado Home A Haven

 

Cleaning and disinfecting is very important. A recent study found that the coronavirus can survive up to four hours on copper, up to 24 hours on cardboard, and up to two to three days on plastic and stainless steel. By now, we all know the importance of washing our hands properly to avoid the spread of germs. Equally important is the cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched surfaces and laundering soft items to further reduce the spread of germs.

 

ROUTINELY CLEAN + DISINFECT SURFACES DAILY

This is a winning combination! Clean with soap and water to remove germs and surface grime, then use chemicals to disinfect and kill germs that can spread infection. 

Use the following tips to clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces such as tables, door and cabinet handles, light switches, counters, faucets, sinks, toilets, desks, computers, remote controls, phones, keys, wallet, even your car—from the steering wheel to the signal lever, knobs, and switches. 

  • Make sure you have good ventilation
  • Wear gloves when possible—toss disposable ones immediately and don’t use reusable gloves for other purposes
  • Follow all directions on cleaners, especially the amount of time to leave on the surface before wiping away, and do not use expired products as they may not be effective against germs or the virus
  • For certain surfaces, you can use a diluted bleach solution—5 tablespoons per gallon of water or 4 teaspoons per quart of water—leave on the surfaces for five minutes
  • If using rubbing alcohol, it should contain at least 70% alcohol
  • For cell phones and other devices, use disinfectant wipes containing a max of 70% isopropyl alcohol to clean the screen. Apple has recently stated that Clorox Wipes can be used on their devices. Keep liquids away from ports, be careful with all touchscreens and dry with a soft or microfiber cloth

View a list of cleaning solutions to fight COVID-19 at bit.ly/covid-products

 

WASH ITEMS THAT CAN GO IN THE LAUNDRY

Any item that can safely be laundered should be washed. In addition to clothing, this can include things such as rugs, towels, bedding, pillows and stuffed animals.

  • Launder soft items using the warmest appropriate water setting and dry items completely
  • Do not shake out items before laundering and use either a disposable liner in all hampers or one that can be laundered
  • Frequently wash all outerwear and if you’re required to work out of the house or have been in a crowded area, remove your clothing and put them directly in the washer when you return home

 

DESIGNATE A DROP ZONE

If you have to leave the house, drop your items in a designated spot when you return. This helps to protect other areas of your home from germs. 

  • Take your shoes off at the door and put them away
  • Put clothes in the hamper or washing machine upon returning home
  • Wash your hands, then using the tips above, disinfect your phone, wallet and other personal items that you used throughout the day

With nearly everyone stuck at home right now, this is a great time to create an ongoing routine that can help people and their families stay healthy now and in the future. 

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March 26, 2020

11626 E Bayaud Dr Aurora, CO 80012

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11626 E Bayaud Dr Aurora, CO 80012

Updated  2 Bedroom Townhome in Aurora with 2 Car Garage

 2 Beds |  1 Baths | $245,000

Beautiful two-bedroom townhome. Recently remodeled bathroom with two sinks, two-car garage, new carpet and paint throughout, lovely laminate flooring in the upstairs bedrooms. The seller recently replaced windows and sliding door off the balcony. Buyers will enjoy the wood-burning fireplace and large walk-in-closest in the master bedroom. FHA financing is available for this townhome.

11626 E Bayaud Dr. HIGHLIGHTS

Special Feature #1 Beautifully remodeled bathroom with 2 sinks!

Special Feature #2 Updates include new carpets, new windows, and sliding doors

Special Feature #3 Laminate flooring in the bedrooms

Special Feature #4 Enjoy curling up on the couch with a good book and the wood-burning fireplace crackling.

 

EXPLORE THIS HOME! Check out the Virtual Tour

More pictures and information here: 

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Location

11626 East Bayaud Drive

Car-Dependent

Learn more about Aurora 

20 minutes from the airport 15 minutes from Downtown and DTC.  Easy access to the Highline Canal Trail, RTD bus lines/light rail, Alameda/Havana Park-n-Ride

Nearby Schools

Children in this community typically go to the following schools:

Elementary School: Lansing

Middle School: South Aurora

High School: Aurora Central

 

Shopping & Restaurants

The closest grocery stores are Shebelle Market, World Bazaar and Kantomanto African Market. Nearby coffee shops include Starbucks, Sweet Suite, and Ethiopian Food & Coffee. Nearby restaurants include Tin Cup Bar & Grill & Catering, China Moon and Nagoya Hibachi Express. 

Amusement & Recreation

Hike or wildlife watch from the observation deck at Greater Metro Denver's largest wetland area, Jewell Wetlands.  11626 E Bayaud Dr is near Highline Park & Ballfields, Expo Park and Del Mar Park. 

Enjoy delicious hand-tossed pizza, calzones, Philly cheesesteaks, gluten-free items while watching sports on one of the well placed 33 Tvs at Legends of Aurora Sports Grill.

Aurora Hills Golf Course

Highland Villages Neighborhood

Old Town in Highland Villages, Aurora is a townhome Community that Offers quick access to schools, shopping, I-225, public transportation, Buckley Air Force Base And Denver Tech Center. The Monthly HOA Fee Is $325.00 Which Includes, Exterior Maintenance, Water, Sewer, Trash, Snow Removal, Insurance. 

Contact Barry at 303.887.0588 if you would like to view this or another home or townhome in Aurora, CO.

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March 25, 2020

3047 W 47th Apt 206 Avenue Denver, CO 80211

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3047 W 47th Apt 206 Avenue Denver CO 80211

 Cute Unit in a Quiet Building in Berkeley

1  Beds |  1 Bath | $170,000

Amazing value in North-West Denver! Rocky Mountain Lake Park is right out your front door, the new buyer of this lovely move-in ready condo will love being close to all of their favorite restaurants in Berkeley, Highlands, and Sunnyside. This unit has one reserved parking space, shared laundry is right around the corner- not to mention a large balcony.

 

3047 W 47th Apt 206 HIGHLIGHTS

Special Feature #1 This East Facing Unit Gets Flooded with Light from The Morning Sun

Special Feature #2 Low Monthly HOA ($202.00) which covers One Reserved Parking Spot—#59

Special Feature #3 Shared Laundry Is Just Down the Hallway

Special Feature #4 Enjoy the Large Balcony for Grilling out This Summer

 

 

EXPLORE THIS HOME! Check out the Virtual Tour

More pictures and information here: https://www.buydenverurbanhomes.com/property/3566745/

 

Nearby Schools

Children in this community typically go to the following schools:

  • Elementary School: Trevista
  • Middle School: Denver Montessori
  • High School: North High School

Location

3047 West 47th Avenue

Car-Dependent

Learn more about Berkeley

I-70 and Federal. From I-70 Exit 272 head south for approximately 1/4 mile. Turn west on W. 47th Avenue, the building will be on the right across the street from the park and in front of the lake. Parking Spot 59 or park on the street.

 

Amusement & Recreation

  • Historic Elitch Theater at 38th & Tennyson hosts a variety of events throughout the year. Anything from Pet Adoptions, a Christmas Tree farm during the holidays, movie nights in the summer, open mic nights and other stage performances!  
  • Hike, bike, play tennis, picnic, and bring the dogs to Berkeley Lake Park and Rocky Mountain Lake Park where you'll find a tennis court, dog park, and rec center.
  • Nurture your artistic side with concerts at the historic Oriental Theater and First Friday Art Walks on Tennyson.

 

Berkeley Neighborhood

Check out the Berkeley neighborhood page for more information about this urban community.

Contact Barry at 303.887.0588 to see this Lake Park condo with amazing value or other homes for sale in the Denver area.

 

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March 18, 2020

12 Fun Things To Do In Denver While Stuck Indoors

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Things To Do At Home

 

We know there are bigger things to worry about right now, but cabin fever doesn’t have to be one of them. We can take this opportunity to spend more time with our families, learn a new skill, even get caught up on our to-do lists.

Here we provide a few ideas to get you started—there’s a whole world to explore!

 

PLAY CARD GAMES

Play card games like Go Fish, Penny Poker, Spoons, or Concentration. Find more online at bit.ly/play-cards

 

BUILD A BLANKET FORT

Being stuck at home is the perfect time to build an epic fort, so grab your blankets and start moving the furniture.

 

CREATE AN INDOOR SCAVENGER HUNT

Keep your kids occupied and laughing for hours with a scavenger hunt.

 

BE A DIGITAL VOLUNTEER

Become a Smithsonian Digital Volunteer and transcribe historical documents. bit.ly/smithsonian-volunteer 

 

WRITE LETTERS 

Make the day brighter for an elderly person  bit.ly/letters-to-elderly or someone in need bit.ly/letters-to-strangers

 

READ DIGITAL LIBRARY BOOKS

Download the Libby App to tap into digital library books. bit.ly/libby-books-online

 

LEARN A NEW LANGUAGE

Brush up on your high school Spanish or learn a completely new language. duolingo.com

 

PICK UP A NEW SKILL 

Explore new skills, deepen an existing passion and get lost in creativity. lynda.com or skillshare.com

 

LISTEN TO TED TALKS

Get inspired – listen to “ideas worth spreading.” ted.com

 

CHALLENGE AND IMPROVE YOUR MIND

Improve your memory and your focus on brain games from Lumosity. lumosity.com

 

COOK AT HOME WITH CHEFS

Cook along with your favorite chefs at the Food Network Kitchen. You’ll learn new cooking skills and enjoy meals at home. bit.ly/cook-with-chefs

 

HELP YOUR KIDS LEARN AT HOME

Scholastic Learn at Home offers projects to keep kids reading, thinking and growing. bit.ly/scholastic-at-home

 

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Feb. 25, 2020

January 2020 Denver Real Estate Market Statistics

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January 2020 Denver Area Real Estate Market Stats

 

DENVER HOME SALES STARTS WITH A BANG

The Denver real estate market is off to a brisk start. With nearly double the number of new listings in January, an 89.27 percent increase in new listings from the month prior, the 2020 home buying and selling season is officially underway. 

The selling season started early in Greater Metro Denver. These are some of the reasons why:

  1. Low rates, under 3.5% for 30 year fixed loans-  Mortgage rates dropped to 3-year historic lows at the end of January which boosted purchasing power for buyers.
  2. 18 days above the average January temperatures - 
  3. NO postseason Denver Broncos games - fans would have been rooting for the home team on weekends instead of readying their homes for the market or out house-shopping 

 

DENVER HOME SALES IN JANUARY 2020

A 34.21 percent drop in the number of January closed homes and 35.19 percent drop in sales volume month over month is a reflection of our slower end of 2019. And as we usually see this time of year, the days in the MLS were long­er, averaging out to 45. 

Detached average home prices were down from their summer highs, but higher than they were at this point last year, up 6.86 percent year over year to $532,494. The picture is a little different for attached homes where we saw a 4.98 percent month over month drop in average price to $355,754, which is also down a bit. 0.37 percent from the same month last year That's the first January price drop in at least the past four years. 

 

INVENTORY

We historically get a big influx in January and this year, buyers apparently buyer liked what they saw because they were scooping them up faster than they were coming on the market. In fact, 70 more homes shifted to a pending status then showed up as new listings, nibbling away at our end of month active inventory surplus.

The bulk of detached homes for sale at the end of the month were in the $500,000 to $749,999 price range. The most choices of attached homes could be found in the $300,000 to $399,999 range. Buyers will find the most opportunity to negotiate for both detached and attached homes over $1 million where the months of inventory were at 6.92 and 8.50 months, respectively. The seller was in control of negotiations in all other price ranges. 

 

Homebuyer Tip

 “Well, if you’re planning on buying a house, home prices might look intimating. But, remember, just because you saw house prices that other people in the nation are buying, that doesn’t mean you should look for a house in that price range. Instead, focus on your own budget. Don’t worry about the pricing trends. A good real estate agent can help you find a home you love that’s within your budget.”- Dave Ramsey

 

Mortgage rates are still hovering near all-time lows and buyers have an outstanding opportunity to lock in at low rates. Low-interest rates allow a buyer to maximize their purchase potential and ultimately make the cost of homeownership more affordable. It helps investors to maintain lower costs and better potential cash flow. 

Retired? Over 60 years old?  There’s a very good chance that you will be able to get a mortgage. Especially with the big down payment that you can put down because you're selling your current house.

 

Homeseller Tip - It’s going to be another great year for sellers!

Low inventory keeps Denver in a strong seller's market. This is a good time of year to sell because buyers remain hungry for inventory. If you're not up for putting your home on the market this winter, use your extra time off to get your home ready to hit the market in spring. 

 

While the numbers listed above represent the market, it may feel differently depending on which part of the city you are in. I'd be happy to compile the neighborhoods you're interested in learning about and email the numbers to you. Accompanying the statistics for each specific neighborhood is a detailed description of the area so you can see if that neighborhood sounds right for you. Let me know which neighborhoods you'd like and I'll gladly send them to you right away. 

 

FORECAST

February 2020 is forecasted to be colder than average with multiple bouts of snow in the metro area. Will sellers con­tinue to feel the buyer love this month or will the winter chill make them feel like a singleton on Valentine's Day? Stay tuned for next month's market update

 

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It's my job to help you and all of my clients make smart housing decisions. The stats are a phenomenal indicator of the market, but they're just the start. I'm happy to share my expertise to tell you the stories behind the numbers.  

If you need to discuss the numbers above please don't hesitate to call/text 303.887.0588 or email me at barry@porchlightgroup.com!

 

 

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Feb. 6, 2020

Denver Restaurant Week 2020 - Find Your New Favorite Spot

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Denver Restaurant Week

Explore the booming local food scene! Denver Restaurant Week celebrates over 200 of the best restaurants across the metro area and surrounding communities. This is your chance to indulge in multi-course meals at great prices—$25, $35 or $45.

Here we highlight a few participating restaurants across metro Denver, as well as Boulder and the surrounding communities.

 

CENTRAL

Capitol Hill, Uptown, East Colfax, City Park

Ace Eat Serve  |  $25, VG

DC Pie Co  |  $25, VG, V

Humboldt Farm Fish Wine  |  $45, VG, GF

Beast + Bottle  |  $45, VG, GF

 

Cherry Creek, Colorado Boulevard

Ambli Mexico  |  $35

Kobe An Japanese Restaurant  |  $35

Quality Italian  |  $45, VG, GF

True Food Kitchen  |  $35, VG, V, GF 

 

Downtown, LoDo, Larimer Square, Riverfront, RiNo, Five Points

Aloy Modern Thai  |  $35, VG, GF

Corinne  |  $45, VG, GF

Kachina Cantina  |  $25, VG, GF

Woodie Fisher  |  $45, VG

 

Highlands, Highlands Square, LoHi, Tennyson, Berkeley

El Five  |  $45, VG, V, GF

Old Major  |  $45, VG, GF

Root Down  |  $45, VG, V, GF

Duo Restaurant  |  $35, VG, V, GF

 

South Broadway, Wash Park, South Pearl, Old South Gaylord, Baker

Adrift Tiki Bar & Restaurant  |  $25, VG, V, GF

Brightmarten  |  $35, VG

Little India Restaurant & Bar  |  $25, VG, V, GF

Post Brewing Company  |  $25, GF

 

EAST

East Metro, Airport, Stapleton, Lowry

Cattivella  |  $45, VG, GF

Cholon Modern Asian  |  $45, VG, V, GF

Flaming Joe’s Seafood  |  $35

Officers Club  |  $45, VG, GF

 

NORTH

North, Boulder

740 Front  |  $45, VG, V, GF

Boulder Cork  |  $35, VG, V, GF

Masa Cocina Mexicana  |  $25, V, GF

The Greenbriar Inn  |  $45, VG, V, GF

 

SOUTH

South Metro, DTC, Park Meadows, Littleton

Bacon Social House  |  $25, GF

Eddie Merlot’s  |  $45, VG, V, GF

Il Fornaio’s  |  $35

Ya Ya’s Euro Bistro  |  $45, VG, V, GF

 

WEST

West Metro, Golden, Belmar, Lakewood, Olde Town Arvada

Abejas Bistro  |  $45, VG, V, GF

Cafe Prague  |  $45, VG

Fireside Lounge  |  $35, VG, V, GF

The Fort Restaurant  |  $35, VG, V, GF

* VG = Vegetarian   |   V = Vegan   |   GF = Gluten Free

 

Did You Know?

The key to winning Restaurant Week is to plan now by reviewing menus and reserving a table—try some earlier or later seatings, too! Lots of restaurants will also be offering affordable wines, add-ons, and special desserts, so be sure to ask your server for the 4-1-1!

For more restaurants and menus, or to make reservations, go to denver.org/denverrestaurant

Jan. 29, 2020

625 S Depew Street, APT E Lakewood, CO 80226

updated 3/23/2020

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Beautiful  Move-in Ready  Townhome in Belmar

 3 Beds |  3 Bath | $345,000

BACK UNDER CONTRACT! Take advantage of this amazing opportunity to own a townhome with over 1700 square feet plus a cute backyard and garage. Open house Saturday 12-2 PM. Beautiful move-in ready townhome close to all of your favorite shops and restaurants in Belmar. Buyers will love the open floorplan, new hardwood floors, small backyard, and one-car garage. The basement offers additional space for a home office, guest bedroom or home gym. 

HIGHLIGHTS

Special Feature #1 Close to shops and restaurants. Belmar shopping center 5 minutes away!

Special Feature #2 Beautiful hardwood floors

Special Feature #3 Cute backyard and 1 car garage with additional parking spaces west of the garage

 

EXPLORE THIS HOME! Check out the Virtual Tour

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Location

625 South Depew Street

Somewhat Walkable

Learn more about Lakewood

Located near the Lakeside redevelopment area. With easy access to shopping, transportation, parks. 5-minute bike ride to shops and restaurants on Tennyson Street. 10-minute bike ride to 32nd and Lowell.

 

 

Nearby Schools

Elementary: Deane - less than 10 min walk from 625 S Depew Street, APT E

Jr High/Middle: O'Connell

Sr High: Alameda International

Shopping & Restaurants

  • Get groceries at nearby Viet Hoa Supermarket, Azteca Ranch Market

Amusement & Recreation

  • Ray Ross Park - Lakewood City park with great views, baseball & basketball facilities, a playground, picnic areas & a seasonal spray park. 

 

 

 

The Oak Run Neighborhood in Lakewood

The Oak Run Complex in Belmar is quiet and peaceful, with lots of grass and mature trees! The $218 monthly association dues include Grounds & Structure Maintenance, Sewer, Snow Removal, Trash, Water. Great place to live with access to the mountains and downtown.

To potential buyers of this great opportunity in Oak Run Lakewood: if you would like to see this wonderful home before it goes live on Thursday, January 3oth contact Barry@porchlightgroup.com or call 303-887-0588.

 

 

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Jan. 22, 2020

December 2019 Denver Real Estate Market Statistics

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December Denver Area Real Estate Market Stats

 

DENVER HOME SALES IN DECEMBER 2019

The highest-priced single-family home that sold in December was the highest-priced home sale historically on record in metro Denver at $11,625,000, representing six bedrooms, 11 bathrooms and 15,473 above ground square feet in Englewood.

The highest-priced condo sale in December was $2,250,000 representing four bedrooms, four bathrooms and 3,152 above ground square feet in Denver. In 2019, condos spent an average of 12 fewer days on the market compared to that of single-family homes, though the average sales prices were close.

 

YEAR-END REVIEW

The latest year-end Denver Metro housing market statistics from REcolorado show buyer demand was strong in 2019. Sales were 4 percent higher compared to 2018 and just 1 percent lower than the 10-year peak we saw in 2017. Home prices continued to increase, but at a more modest rate than we’ve seen in previous years. At year-end, the average sold price of a home in the Denver Metro area was $486,595. As compared in 2018, we saw 4 percent more new listings of homes for sale, giving buyers more options.

The Denver Metro housing market has experienced highs and lows over the last 30 years. The early 2000s gave us fast and loose lending practices that burst our housing bubble and made short sales a common thing. Think of that period as a forest that had too much undergrowth that then experienced several years of drought. The market burned down. With all that bad came some good as we were left with a healthier and more sustainable housing market.  

 

 

While the numbers listed above represent the market, it may feel differently depending on which part of the city you are in. I'd be happy to compile the neighborhoods you're interested in learning about and email the numbers to you. Accompanying the statistics for each specific neighborhood is a detailed description of the area so you can see if that neighborhood sounds right for you. Let me know which neighborhoods you'd like and I'll gladly send them to you right away. 

 

WHAT CAN WE EXPECT IN DECEMBER?

The answer to that may be swayed by our weather in December. More storms and very cold temperatures will slow things down as usually happens at this time of year.

Homebuyers

It's a certain­ty that while buyers will be out doing holiday shopping they will also be out house shopping. Buyers will enjoy some of the least competitive weeks to make a purchase during the holiday weekends which increases their negotiating power. Mortgage rates are still hovering near all-time lows. Low-interest rates allow a buyer to maximize their purchase potential and ultimately make the cost of homeownership more affordable. It helps investors to maintain lower costs and better potential cash flow. 

Is it a good time to sell? 

Low inventory keeps Denver in a strong seller's market. This is a good time of year to sell because buyers remain hungry for inventory and the dream of homeownership is on many people's wish list this December. If you're not up for putting your home on the market over the holidays, use your extra time off to get your home ready to hit the market at the beginning of 2020. 

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Jan. 20, 2020

3028 W 19th Ave Denver, CO 80204

updated 2/17/2020

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3028 W 19th Ave Denver, CO 80204

 SOLD! Sloan's Lake Townhouse with Amazing City & Mountain Views

2  Beds |  4 Baths | $525,000 

UNDER CONTRACT IN 4 DAYS OVER LIST PRICE! Quality-built townhome offering amazing city and mountain views from a rooftop deck that’s engineered for a future hot tub. This home feels like an end unit without the end unit price tag! It offers two balconies, ample natural light, and numerous upgrades. No other unit faces this one, giving it added privacy. Buyers will enjoy a true master suite, high-end kitchen cabinets, stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, two stone accent walls, a large TV area, and a two-car garage. You can walk, bike, or scoot to all of Denver’s top spots! Tailgate and walk to Broncos games.

  • City and Mountain Views
  • Street facing Unit with added privacy
  • Rooftop deck built for a hot tub
  • Two Beautiful Stone Accent Walls
  • Beautiful Kitchen

3028 W 19th Ave HIGHLIGHTS

Special Feature #1 The rooftop deck is perfect for a fun night with friends or a quiet evening contemplating the sunset over the mountains and the sparkling city lights

Special Feature #2 Spa-like shower with two shower heads

Special Feature #3 Deck built to withstand the weight of a hot tub.

 

 

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3D Tour

More pictures and information here: 

https://www.buydenverurbanhomes.com/property/9197922/

Nearby Schools

Children in this community typically go to the following schools:

  • Elementary School: Cheltenham
  • Middle School: Strive Lake
  • High School: North High School

Location

3028 West 19th Avenue

Very Walkable

Learn more about Sloan's Lake

 

Quick commute to Downtown Denver. Sloan's Lake residents enjoy access to I-25 and I-70, light rail a 10-minute ride to Downtown Denver.

    

Amusement & Recreation

Sloan’s Lake hosts the annual Dragon Boat Festival in July, where 100,000 people come to celebrate and experience Colorado’s Asian-Pacific culture, customs, and traditions.

Hallack Park 

 

Sloan's Lake Neighborhood

Discover Lake living in the city! Spend your days paddle-boarding or wakeboarding in Sloan's Lake. Walk the park and take in the best view of the city or walk just a few more blocks to iconic Denver spots like Alamo Drafthouse, BarFly and more.  Check out Sloan's Lake neighborhood page for more information about this urban community.

Contact Barry at 303.887.0588 to see this house in Sloan's or other homes for sale in the Denver area.

 

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Dec. 17, 2019

November 2019 Denver Real Estate Market Statistics

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November Denver Area Real Estate Market Stats

 

DENVER HOME SALES

Denver home sales usually experience a seasonal slide hitting the lowest number of both new listings and the number of homes sold in December or January. November closed sales were down 22.78 percent month over month, but sales were still up year to date. The number of homes that went un­der contract dropped 10.84 percent month over month, which indicates the number of sold homes will likely be down next month, too.

HOME PRICE & DAYS ON MARKET

The average days on market and the average sold price both increased. The average days on market was 35, up just one day from the prior month. Year to date the average was 31 days, which was 24 percent longer compared to last year. This is what both buyers and sellers need to know. While homes may be on the market longer and the close-to-list-price ratio was down to 98.80 percent month over month in November and down year to date to 99.23 percent, this is still not a market for low-ball offers. 

 

While the numbers listed above represent the market, it may feel differently depending on which part of the city you are in. I'd be happy to compile the neighborhoods you're interested in learning about and email the numbers to you. Accompanying the statistics for each specific neighborhood is a detailed description of the area so you can see if that neighborhood sounds right for you. Let me know which neighborhoods you'd like and I'll gladly send them to you right away. 

 

WHAT CAN WE EXPECT IN DECEMBER?

The answer to that may be swayed by our weather in December. More storms and very cold temperatures will slow things down as usually happens at this time of year.

Homebuyers

It's a certain­ty that while buyers will be out doing holiday shopping they will also be out house shopping. Buyers will enjoy some of the least competitive weeks to make a purchase during the holiday weekends which increases their negotiating power. Mortgage rates are still hovering near all-time lows. Low-interest rates allow a buyer to maximize their purchase potential and ultimately make the cost of homeownership more affordable. It helps investors to maintain lower costs and better potential cash flow. 

Is it a good time to sell? 

Low inventory keeps Denver in a strong seller's market. This is a good time of year to sell because buyers remain hungry for inventory and the dream of homeownership is on many people's wish list this December. If you're not up for putting your home on the market over the holidays, use your extra time off to get your home ready to hit the market at the beginning of 2020. 

5 REASONS TO SELL IN WINTER

 

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