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Denver Realtor: Applewood Neighborhood Home Search And Community Info

You can use my web site to search for homes in Applewood in the real time MLS IDX like a Denver Realtor and real estate agent by clicking here -> Applewood Home Search

Denver Realtor Applewood Neighborhood

Denver Realtor Applewood Neighborhood

Applewood is a unique, vibrant community located just west of Denver, Colorado. Straddling three small cities, it is more than just a neighborhood or suburb. Applewood’s western edge borders the steep cliffs and mesas of the Rocky Mountain foothills. Its eastern edge is just a few miles from downtown Denver. Some of the area is in unincorporated Jefferson County.

However, many of the stores, businesses and homes make up the western boundary of the cities of Wheat Ridge and Lakewood, as well as part of Golden. Settled as farmland over 140 years ago, the area has become the literal “gateway to the Rockies.” Interstate-70, the primary highway to most central Colorado mountain destinations, curves through the retail area. This makes Applewood a convenient and logical last stop for tourists, skiers, campers and out-of-town travelers, who are drawn to Applewood for supplies needed for any stay in the mountains.

Of course, Applewood is also a commercial hub for the estimated quarter-million people who live and work in central Jefferson County.


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Denver Realtor: Credit Counseling Services web page referral at

As a Denver Realtor I often encounter people who can not qualify for a home loan, or they believe that they can not qualify for a home loan. Unfortunately, this is where the home search ends for many people.  Solutions to credit problems are confusing and scams abound.  And there is a lot of shame associated with credit and financial issues. Credit counseling services do not judge people for their credit and financial issues.

Denver Realtor Chris Gibson | Credit Counseling ServicesA major aspect of credit counseling is to empower people to understand their rights with the credit companies and educate them to contest incorrect information that is on their credit report or information that was illegally added to their credit report regardless of its accuracy.  Important to understand, these companies are often nonprofit and fund many of their operations with donations. Therefore, they are very affordable! Please take the first step and take a moment to set up a free initial consultation with one or both of these credit counseling services. At a minimum you will find that the web sites are an impressive wealth of information to educate yourself with.

Referrals are an essential element as a Denver Realtor, so you are doing me a huge favor by using these Denver credit counseling services and letting them know I sent you.  Let me know if you know of someone who should be added to this list or if you have a bad experience with someone on this list.

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Marlene Rose-Vigil | Financial Education Services

United Credit Education Services


And also talk to a mortgage lender.

Many of the mortgage lenders that I refer people to would be happy to help you fix any credit issues identified in the pre-qualification process. See my list of mortgage lenders at .

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Denver Realtor – All About Appraisals Of Denver Real Estate

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All About Denver Real Estate Appraisals

An appraisal is an opinion or estimate on the value of Denver real estate. This value is generally expressed as Market Value. Obtaining an appraisal is an important part of the mortgage process that will determine the actual market value of the home being purchased or refinanced. The appraisal allows the lender to determine if the value of the home is sufficient to support the loan amount requested. The appraised value will also ensure that a homebuyer is not paying more than a home is actually worth.

Appraisal requirements include:

  • Interior and exterior inspection of the subject real estate
  • A street map that shows the location of the subject real estate and of all comparable Denver real estate that the appraiser used
  • An exterior building sketch of the improvements that indicates the dimensions
  • Clear, descriptive photographs of the subject real estate and comparable sales used

The appraisal report (URAR) is broken up into sections. Some of the more common sections include:

  • Subject: Basic information such as the address, legal description, owner’s and/or borrower’s names. The client is also identified here.
  • Contract: Information on the contract for sale is entered here for appraisals in which a change of ownership is about to occur.
  • Neighborhood: Detailed information related to the neighborhood such as boundaries, characteristics, trends, description and conditions.
  • Site: Data on the size, shape, zoning and access to utilities as well as FEMA flood-zone information.
  • Improvements: Physical characteristics of the Denver real estate such as age, materials, and condition.
  • Sales comparison approach: This is where the Denver real estate being appraised is compared to recent sales of other properties.

There are three ways to approach an appraisal. These are all used to determine the final, “reconciled” value.

Sales Comparison Approach
The purpose of the sales comparison approach is to derive a value based on recent sales prices of similar properties, called comparables. The method assumes that the typical buyer pays no more for a real estate than the cost of purchasing an identical real estate.

Data is collected on recent sales of comparables. Because comparables may not be identical to the home that is the subject of there appraisal, some price adjustment is necessary. To minimize the amount of adjustment required, comparables should be closely similar to the subject in size, age, proximity and condition.

Cost Approach
The purpose of the cost approach is to indicate value based on the cost to replace the real estate, using current materials and methods. It is not necessary to simulate production of an exact replica. Any depreciation on the subject real estate is estimated and subtracted from the new reproduction cost. Depreciation includes physical wear, needed repair and replacement of components, outmoded design and materials, and incompatibility with surroundings.

Income Approach
This approach assumes the Denver real estate is purchased for its productivity as an investment. The appraiser will look at market level rents and operating expense ratios to determine the value. This approach can be used for investment properties as well as owner-occupied properties.

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50 Free Things To Do In Denver Winter 2012-2013 | Denver Realtor

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Enjoy some of the Mile High City’s greatest winter attractions and events for FREE.


Southwest Rink at Skyline Park
Opening November 23
A brand new addition to the Denver holiday scene, the Southwest Rink at Skyline Park (Arapahoe & 16th St., Downtown Denver) will kick off the holiday season with ice skating and family fun. The rink is FREE and open to the public with the option to bring your own skates or rent a pair at a minimal cost.

Grand Illumination of Downtown
November 23
This year’s Grand Illumination of Downtown Denver features beautiful lighting displays at the City and County Building, Larimer Square, Denver Pavilions, Union Station, Skyline Park, the 16th Street Mall and the historic D&F Tower. Downtown’s unique holiday atmosphere is sure to get you in the holiday spirit. Festivities at Denver Union Station begin at 5:30 p.m., with a countdown to “light the lights” live with 9NEWS at approximately 6:30 p.m.

LoDo Aglow
Beginning Nov. 23
This holiday season experience winter in a whole new light with LoDo Aglow, a window design contest sponsored by Great Western Bank and the LoDo District, Inc. Local business owners, designers and art students have been given the chance to let their imaginations run wild and create holiday themed window art to brighten LoDo. The entries will be reviewed by a panel of guest judges who will choose the winners based on the originality and presentation of the design. Winners will be announced in mid-December.

Visits With Santa on Larimer Square
Nov. 23 – Dec. 24 (weekends)
Santa Claus will ride his sleigh into Downtown Denver and set up shop on Larimer Square every weekend throughout the holiday season. Children will have the opportunity to tell Santa their holiday wishes atop his magical throne, while parents snap their own pictures, so don’t forget the camera and wish list. Santa will be available for visits beginning Friday, Nov. 23, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and continuing every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. through Christmas Eve. Santa will be located in a magical wonderland of the historic Lincoln Hall building. Visits are FREE and open to the public.

Denver Pavilions: Weekend Wonderland
November 23 – December 24
Enjoy the sounds of the season at Denver Pavilions. Choirs and concerts from talented groups will entertain shoppers on the weekends in the plazas.

Golden Candlelight Walk
November 30
Stroll through the Astor House Museum, Clear Creek History Park, and the Golden History Center as you join friends and neighbors in the Golden Candlelight Walk. Sing carols, warm yourself with hot chocolate and cookies, and enjoy our festive holiday decor.

Golden Holiday Art Market
November – December
A seasonal tradition, Foothills Art Center (FAC) is proud to present the annual Holiday Art Market (HART). Set against the vintage charm of our historic buildings and stained glass windows, HART caps a wonderful year of exhibitions at FAC by filling the galleries with a diverse, locally handcrafted selection of fine art and craft.

Luminarias de Santa Fe
December 1
With Luminarias de Santa Fe, the Art District on Santa Fe celebrates the holiday season by decorating the street with hundreds of festive, glowing luminarias (paper bags filled with a candle).

City & County Building Holiday Lights
November 23 – January 2013
The largest lighting display in Denver comes on nightly at 6 p.m. at the City & County Building, where 600,000 lights deck the neo-classical building. The bell tower plays carols nightly as well.

9NEWS Parade of Lights
November 30 (8 p.m.) and December 1 (6 p.m.)
The 9NEWS Parade of Lights is the signature event of the Downtown Denver holiday season. The countless sparkling lights, marching bands, giant balloons, majestic floats and delightful characters will once again wow hundreds of thousands. Viewing along the parade route is free, and grandstand tickets are sold for seating in front of the beautifully illuminated City & County building.

Georgetown Christmas Market
December 1, 2, 8 & 9 
Come celebrate 50 years of an Old World Christmas in quaint Georgetown. Georgetown has been hosting this marvelous outdoor European-inspired Market featuring handcrafted gifts, horse-drawn wagon rides, carolers, roasted chestnuts, appearances by St. Nicholas in his traditional robes, and the Santa Lucia Children’s Procession.

Four Mile Historic Park: Hay Bales & Tall Tales
Dec. 1
Four Mile Historic Park offers a story time for all ages! This family-friendly event takes place on the first Saturday of each month. While enjoying the unique setting of Four Mile Historic Park, guests will be invited to gather around a camp-fire or picnic table and be transported through stories of an earlier time with a fun activity to follow. These exciting activities rotate between horse-drawn wagon rides, corn-husk doll making, tin punch ornament making, feeding farm animals and other great pioneer games

Holiday in the Highlands: Old Fashioned Christmas
December 9
Head to the Highlands neighborhood for an old-fashioned Christmas, with street carolers, Santa, complimentary hot cider and cocoa, discounts, and specials from participating merchants.

December 23
Hundreds of tuba players play holiday classics at the annual TubaChristmas Concert in Skyline Park (Arapahoe and 16th).

New Year’s Eve Fireworks
December 31
Ring in the New Year with Denver’s annual New Year’s Eve Fireworks with viewpoints along the 16th Street Mall in downtown Denver. There will be two displays, one at the family friendly hour of 9 p.m. and the other at midnight. Costumed entertainers will interact with crowds between shows, featuring magicians, costumed characters, balloon artists, stilt walkers, comedians and more.

National Western Stock Show Parade
January 10, 12 p.m.
This annual Stock Show tradition kicks off the yearly celebrations in Downtown. Beginning at Union Station and meandering down 17th Street, the parade features marching bands, floats, horseback riders and performing cowgirls and cowboys, in addition to the incredible sight of Texas Longhorn cattle being driven through downtown Denver.

First Friday Art Walks
Dec. 7, Jan. 4, Feb. 1
First Friday Art Walks in Denver’s art districts are known for the rich, shared experience of performance art, music, painting exhibitions and lots more. It’s an event that feeds both your need for art and culture and your desire to have fun!


Ruby Hill Railyard
Opening January 2013
No need to head for the hills for great skiing. This free urban ski and ride terrain park located just outside of Downtown Denver in Ruby Hill Park features seven rails of varying configurations and skill levels.

Garden of the Gods
Located 60 miles from Denver, the awe-inspiring Garden of the Gods features gigantic 500-foot high red sandstone rock monuments at the base of Pikes Peak.

Denver SkatePark
This expansive area – one of the most renowned skate parks in the country – is filled with bowls for all levels of skating skill. Admission is free. Helmets are required.

National Center for Atmospheric Research
Learn about global warming, the 21st century’s hottest topic, at this fascinating free museum. See a hailstone the size of a softball, watch as a miniature tornado is whipped up in front of your eyes, and get an up close look at how lightning is created.

Red Rocks Performers’ Hall of Fame & Trails
Carved from towering red rock monuments, this 9,000-seat arena is one of the world’s most renowned concert venues. While the concert season is over for the winter months, Red Rocks is still worth a visit. The free Visitor Center has a museum and a Performers’ Hall of Fame, while the surrounding park has hiking trails that weave in, around and over the colorful red rocks.

Denver Story Trek
Ever wonder about the stories of the places you pass? On Denver Story Trek you’ll explore the stories behind Denver’s historic landscapes and landmarks on an interactive, self-guided tour of the city. It’s simple to use and free!

Littleton Historical Museum
Travel back in time at this free museum and get a glimpse into Colorado’s pioneer past. Located on 39 acres, the museum consists of two living history farms (one from the 1860s and one from the 1890s), with a working farm, a blacksmith shop and more than 40,000 historically Colorado artifacts.

Tattered Cover Bookstore
The Tattered Cover is one of the nation’s largest and most well-known independent bookstores and often hosts free signings by some of the literary world’s most famous authors. They also offer free wi-fi if you want to surf the net while you’re there. There are three locations: Lower Downtown, East Colfax and Highlands Ranch.

Dinosaur Ridge
See some dinos – or what’s left of them anyway. Dinosaur Ridge features famous Jurassic dinosaur bones, such as Stegosaurus and Apatosaurus, discovered in 1877, and Cretaceous dinosaur footprints. A guidebook is available for use on self-guided tours.

Colorado Sports Hall of Fame Museum
Housed in Sports Authority Stadium (home of the Denver Broncos), this free museum honors the legacies of the Mile High City’s greatest sports heroes, and features the Gallery of Legends, a “Great Moments in Colorado Sports” exhibit and a section celebrating the achievements of girls and women in Colorado Sports.

Rockmount Ranch Wear
Browse the racks and enjoy the free museum at Lower Downtown’s historic Rockmount Ranch Wear, the originator of the western snap-button shirt. The walls are adorned with photos of the many celebs who have worn Rockmount shirts (and visited the store), including Eric Clapton, Robert Redford and Elvis Presley.

REI Flagship Store
Located in the restored 1901 Denver Tramway building, the REI Denver Flagship store is a complete outdoor resource, a historic landmark and an award-winning architectural accomplishment. Don’t miss the interactive features, including mountain bike trails, a 45-foot climbing wall and more.

Stiles African American Heritage Center
Located in the heart of Denver’s historic Five Points neighborhood, The Stiles African American Heritage Center emphasizes the positive contributions of African Americans with guided tours, cultural exhibits, artifacts and more.

The Mizel Museum
Learn about Jewish life and culture, immigration, art lessons of the Holocaust, and more at this free museum.

Aurora History Museum
Check out this free, hidden gem museum, featuring community-based historic and cultural exhibits.

Clear Creek History Park
The grounds are open from sunrise to sunset. Stroll around for free and peek through the windows of these beautiful old buildings dating back to Colorado’s pioneer days.

Arvada Center Sculpture Garden
The Arvada Center Sculpture Garden features a variety of permanent and temporary outdoor pieces as well as the Dirt Wall, a public art piece that winds its way through both the interior and exterior of the center. Fifteen pieces by 12 artists are currently featured. A walking tour guide book is available free of charge from the Arvada Center box office.

Hudson Gardens
Admission to Hudson Gardens, a popular destination for adults and kids alike, is free from November through April. The gardens take on an otherworldly glow during the winter months.

National Renewable Energy Lab
Visitors of all ages can take a self-guided tour through the interactive exhibit hall and learn about energy from the sun, wind, biomass and other sources of renewable energy.


Colorado State Capitol Tour
Tour Colorado’s magnificent gold-domed Capitol Building. Stand at exactly a mile high on the steps, see Allen True’s beautiful murals, listen in on the Colorado General Assembly, and check out the gorgeous Rose Onyx wainscoting. Free tours are available Mondays through Fridays.

Coors Brewery Tour
The world’s largest brewing site still uses the same Rocky Mountain spring water that Adolph Coors discovered in 1873. Free tours show every step in the brewing process, and end with free samples for those over 21.

U.S. Mint Tour
Learn how to make money! The Mint produces 50 million coins a day, each one stamped with a little “D” for Denver. Free tours show every step in the process of turning a dull, blank, metal slug into shiny pocket change.

Celestial Seasonings Tour
See how the largest specialty tea manufacturer in North America blends, packages and ships its teas, then enjoy free samples of every variety they make, and discover a gallery of original artwork from their famous tea boxes.

Great Divide Brewery Tour
Get a behind-the-scenes look at Denver’s craft beer world on a free tour at the Great Divide Brewery in Downtown Denver. Tours take place from 3 to 4 p.m., Monday-Friday, and on the hour on Saturdays between 2 and 7 pm.

Downtown Denver Historic Walking Tour
This walking tour will take you to some of the best spots in Downtown Denver, where the city’s past and present come together in utterly unique ways. Many of the sites and buildings are listed as official Denver Landmarks, or included in the National Register of Historic Places. Many also have historic markers and plaques noting their original intended purpose and construction dates.

Anheuser-Busch Brewery Tours
Anheuser-Busch Brewery Tours gives guests the opportunity to see the all-natural brewing process and marvel at their state-of-the-art facilities, brewhouses, cellars and packaging plants. Enjoy a complimentary tasting of their finest beers and browse through gift shops. Tours are approximately one hour in length and include visits to both indoor and outdoor facilities. Reservations are required for groups of 15 or more.

Public Art Walking Tour
Great art isn’t just in Denver’s museums. Throughout the city, discover hundreds of masterpieces, ranging from the whimsical to the inspiring. Download the guide to Downtown’s public art and start exploring!


Denver Museum of Nature & Science Free Days
November 19, December 9
Experience fantastic fossils, stimulating space science activities, view amazing gems and minerals, Egyptian mummies, and much more. Watch exciting IMAX films in astonishing 3-D! Note: Free admission for Colorado residents only.

Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield Free Day
November 2
Explore this picturesque nature preserve among the grasslands, ponds and cottonwood banks of Deer Creek. Walk along the scenic trails any time of year – the landscape is always changing. Note: Free admission for Colorado residents only.

Denver Art Museum Free Days
December 1, January 5
Explore this world class museum’s galleries, showcasing a world-famous American Indian art collection, as well as art from around the world.

Children’s Museum of Denver Free Target Tuesdays
December 4, January 1
A perfect after-school activity – families can play for FREE the first Tuesday of each month from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Denver Museum of Miniatures Free Days
December 2, January 6
The Denver Museum of Miniatures, Dolls and Toys, one of Denver’s greatest hidden gem museums, offers a “pay-what-you-can” Family Free Day on every first Sunday of every month. Contact the museum to find out what fun free craft or event will be offered on these days.

Denver Zoo Free Days
November 5, 16, 28
Explore one of the nation’s most popular zoos for free! See polar bears, rhinos, elephants, lions, tigers and more.

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Denver Realtor | Hiking The Great Sand Dunes

My Denver Realtor Blog Of Our Hiking And Sledding Adventure At Great Sand Dunes National Park on November 12th, 2012.

Taking a break from being a Denver Realtor, we spent November 12th 2012 hiking and sledding the Great Sand Dunes.  Helen had Veterans Day off and we drove up and stayed in Alamosa the night before. It was only a 4 hour drive. The temperature did not much exceed freezing during the day but the sand and exercise warmed us up quite a bit. We hiked up to High Dune which is not the highest dune. Star Dune is the highest dune. Hiking in sand was an incredibly large amount of work compared with a normal hike. But it was a lot of fun to make our own trail.  Run Keeper said the we hiked round trip almost 3 miles in 2.5 hours.  It’s climb estimate is under 100 feet which is totally wrong.

We originally bought saucer sleds but then changed them for different ones after watch this video produced by the National Park Service: . You really need wet hard sand for good sledding. We quickly discovered that sledding the north face of the dunes was the best sledding. Even with a very steep slope you could not sled the soft sand.  But the scenery was incredible and I cannot believe I never experienced this before.  These are the videos of our hiking and sledding adventures. Additionally there are a lot of pictures of Helen and I and the amazing scenery of the Great Sand Dunes National Park. To learn more about Great Sand Dunes National Park go to this link

Videos of Helen sledding The Great Sand Dunes:

Videos of Chris sledding The Great Sand Dunes:

Videos of hiking The Great Sand Dunes:

Photos from our hike in the Great Sand Dunes

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Search Denver Real Estate Agent on Google and you will see me

I come up on the first Google page when you search “Denver Real Estate Agent” on Google. Well it isn’t my web site that comes up but it is my Yelp listing. It is a very competitive market to land anywhere in the top real estate search results in the Denver market so I’ll take it.  Additionally it is hard enough to own my own name on Google, let alone be remotely on the radar for a term as popular as Denver Real Estate Agent.  I don’t know how long it will last but we’ll see if I get any clients out of it while my name is so high. I just had to gloat a bit. Now to work on the search term “Denver Realtor” :-).  I do additionally come up on the second page when people search “Denver Realtor Reviews” on Google. I can’t thank the clients enough who have taken the time to review me on Yelp.  What a huge gift they have given me.  LIFE IS GOOD!

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Metrolist October Housing Report | Denver Realtors

From Metrolist, Inc. November 7, 2012

The latest data from Metrolist®, the largest real estate multiple listing service (MLS) serving Denver Realtors, show a continued strong real estate market in the Denver metro area.

According to the Metrolist report, a total of 4,095 properties sold in October, a 4% gain over the previous month, which itself was the best September in four years. Inside the total number of single-family residence sales, homes were up 3% while condos gained 6%.

Compared to the same month in 2011, overall sales in the Denver market were up an extraordinary 29% in October. The average sales price for properties during the month was $278,438, down very slightly from September but still 13% ahead of last year. Average days on the market, an important indicator of the housing market’s health, was reported to be 66 days, well down from the 102 days it took to move a single-family property last year.

“Our outlook remains very positive,” said Metrolist President and CEO, Kirby Slunaker. “The pipeline is looking good for November and December, with more than 39,000 units sold year to date and inventory still tight. I have to believe 2012 will close strong.”

Inventory, meanwhile, continued to shrink. Metrolist reports a total of 9,719 residential properties for sale at month’s end, down from 10,470 units available at the end of September. By larger comparison, there were 14,156 properties on the market this time last year, nearly one-third more than October 2012.

“If the number of available homes continues to stay low and total days on market remains at historic lows, we’re looking at the potential for a very healthy sellers’ market closing out 2012,” says Mr. Slunaker.

“Under contract numbers continue to look fairly robust,” says Mr. Slunaker, “which should result in a continued positive move into November and December, especially compared with prior year sales figures. Denver continues to be a great market for home sales and activity.”

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Denver Realtor review: sale of 4807 S Killarney Ct Aurora CO 80015

Stephanie B. and her husband completed the sale of 4807 S Killarney Ct, Aurora CO 80015 October 11, 2012. Her review of me as a Denver Realtor & real estate agent can be viewed on Yelp, LinkedIn, and is copied and pasted below.

“Chris Gibson provided his real estate services and expertise to help sell our home this past fall.  We couldn’t have been more pleased with the job that Chris did and were thrilled with the “end result”.  While the home selling/buying process can be very stressful, Chris’ communication skills, dedication and knowledge made the entire process as painless and simple as possible.  Chris’ understanding of various market factors and real estate trends, as well as his ability to both create and utilize effective marketing tools really paid off and resulted in a quick and easy sale of our home.

It was clear from the start that Chris had our best interests in mind.  His recommendations and explanations throughout the entire process were spot-on.  We additionally appreciated his ability to effectively communicate with other real estate agents in order to both facilitate a positive relationship as well as reach agreement on important issues regarding the sale of our home.”

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