While there’s certainly no magical day of the year that guarantees your home will sell, there are a few climate-based factors that come into play. According to recent statistics, summer home sales in Denver plummet, and homes spend far more time on the market in July, August, and September than any other time of the… [Read More]
Is Sakura Square Coming Back to Life?
Once upon a time, Sakura Square in downtown Denver was a prime Japanese-American neighborhood. It’s home to the Tri-State Denver Buddhist Temple, which is still very popular, and it’s also the center of the Cherry Blossom Festival. Now, Sakura Square is looking for developers who are willing to breathe life back into the area and… [Read More]
The Best Pizza Places in Denver: Something for Everyone
When you think about the city of Denver, you might think about mountains or the Broncos, but chances are good you don’t immediately think of pizza. Believe it or not, Denver is home to some amazing places to pick up a slice of pepperoni, extra cheese – and a few things you may find strange…. [Read More]
Want to Keep the Property Value up on your Luxury Home? Keep These Three Things Well-Maintained
A luxury home, like any other major real estate purchase, is an investment. The more effort you put into maintaining the investment, the better a long-term home it will be for you and the greater your chances of making more money out of your home in the future becomes. Certain potential hazards can damage your… [Read More]
Can Luxury Housing Slow Denver’s Price Increases?
A recent study from economists is calling for more diverse housing options in the Denver area, which has exploded in popularity over the last few years. Denver’s housing prices on lower-to-mid range have been steadily climbing recently, which can spell bad things for the market as a whole. But, believe it or not, there is… [Read More]
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