West Highland Neighborhood Home For Sale – 3445 W 34th Ave

Just listed in the West Highland Neighborhood – 3445 W 34th Ave. See the price and more pictures at http://www.realtyofco.com/west-highland-neighborhood-home-sale-3445-w-34th-ave/ .

West Highland Neighborhood Home For Sale - 3445 W 34th Ave West Highland Neighborhood Home For Sale - 3445 W 34th Ave

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West Highland Neighborhood Home For Sale - 3445 W 34th Ave West Highland Neighborhood Home For Sale - 3445 W 34th Ave

West Highland Neighborhood Home For Sale - 3445 W 34th Ave West Highland Neighborhood Home For Sale - 3445 W 34th Ave

 

Perfect proximity to Highland Square, on a coveted block within a stones throw to many great eateries and shops, close enough to walk, far enough to avoid the traffic. This much loved 1891 Victorian 1 1/2 story home is in one of West Highland’s best walkable neighborhoods. Beautiful hardwood floors. Main floor living option with main floor bedrooms, bathroom, and laundry. Gigantic 2nd floor master bedroom with new carpet, 2 closets plus built in dresser and plenty of storage. Perfect covered porch for people watching. Vinyl windows throughout. Remodeled and updated kitchen with Corian and maple, and gas stove. This low maintenance backyard oasis has a covered patio with hot tub, storage shed, and decorative flagstone walkways and ground cover with xeriscape plantings of mulberry, jasmine scented lilac, old garden roses, blackberry and red raspberry. New roof coming. New decking and ridge vents, new vinyl siding (upstairs), new 4″ gutters and downspouts, new upstairs vinyl windows all in 2013. Alley access may provide an option for building a garage. Other similar homes have added a 2nd bathroom to the 2nd floor master bedroom.

  • 2 Story
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom
  • 1,479 Sqft
  • Built in 1891

Interactive floor plan with additional photos of this West Highland Neighborhood Victorian Era Story And A Half available at http://tours.virtuance.com/792963?a=1

Interactive floor plan with additional photos of this West Highland Neighborhood Victorian Era Story And A Half

Room measurements of this West Highland Neighborhood home for sale

  • Living Room: 11’5″ x 19’2″
  • Kitchen: 10’11” x 14’7″
  • Master Bedroom: 16’11” x 28’2″
  • 2nd Bedroom: 11’8″ x 8’6″
  • 3rd Bedroom: 12’3″ x 8’6″

Video Walk Through Of 3445 W 34th Ave In The West Highland Neighborhood

 

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West Highland Neighborhood Market Statistics

The median list price in the West Highland Neighborhood was $600,000 in May 2017 while the median sales price was $542,500. There were 11 listings in May with 14 sales. And the median days on market in May was 7 in the West Highland Neighborhood.

West Highland Neighborhood Market Statistics - Median List Price

West Highland Neighborhood Market Statistics - Median Sales Price

West Highland Neighborhood Market Statistics - Number Of Listings

West Highland Neighborhood Market Statistics - Number Of Sales

West Highland Neighborhood Market Statistics - Median Days On Market


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Comparable sales to 3175 S Elati


The average sale price of similar homes that have sold is $300,750. The average price per square foot is $340. If 3165 S Elati was priced at $340, it would be priced at $291,040.

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Interview Questions for a metro Denver Buyer’s Real Estate Agent

Interview Questions for a metro Denver Buyer’s Real Estate AgentA buyer’s real estate agent in metro Denver works for the home buyer, and even though they are paid by the listing real estate agency, they are rewarded for succeeding for the home buyer. Just like any individual, every buyer’s real estate agent is unique and has different skill sets. It’s important to feel confident that your metro Denver buyers’ real estate agent is the best fit for your needs and personality, as he or she will walk with you through some stressful decisions.

Here are some sample questions to use when interviewing a metro Denver buyers’ real estate agent.

Metro Denver Real Estate Agent’s Experience

1. How long have you been a licensed real estate agent in metro Denver?

2. Do you work in real estate in metro Denver full time?

3. Do you have any past metro Denver real estate clients I may contact?

4. How many metro Denver real estate transactions have you done in the last 12 months?

 

Scheduling Questions For A Buyers’ Real Estate Agent In Metro Denver

5. What times are difficult for you to show homes? What times are easy for you to show homes?

6. How many other buyers are you working with right now? How much time do you have per week to give to me for this process?

7. Are you too busy to help me the way you would want to help me?

8. Do you have any vacations coming up that would conflict with my home buying schedule? Do you have someone to fill in for you if needed, if so who are they and what are they like?

 

Areas of Metro Denver Real Estate Expertise

9. Are you primarily helping home buyers, sellers, both?

10. What areas of metro Denver are you most experienced with? What areas of metro Denver are you least experienced with? (May want this to match up with areas of town you are likely to look in)

11. What home types and price ranges are you most experienced with? What home types and price ranges are you least experienced with? (May want this to match up with your likely home type and price)

 

The Process of Buying a Metro Denver Home

12. How do you help metro Denver home buyers narrow down their real estate search or in the decision making process?

13. Do you think it is a good time for me to buy a home in metro Denver? What is the metro Denver real estate market like?

14. Are you willing to show me homes without a contractual agreement, or at least until I have seen you work enough to be comfortable committing to you? (As a home buyer I would not sign a contract for more than 1 month or unless I could terminate it if I wasn’t under contract on a home.)

15. Do you subscribe to any services like neighborhood scout or rentometer to help me evaluate homes of interest?

16. How will you advise me on real estate prices for homes of interest?

17. How are you helping your clients win homes in competitive bidding situations?

18. What could I do as a home buyer, or what should I be prepared to do in order to be successful?

 


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Denver Real Estate Market Statistics 2017 April

Denver real estate market statistics: How much does a home cost in Denver? How long does it take to sell a home in Denver? How fast are home prices rising in Denver? All this and more answered below.

Denver Real Estate Market Statistics Through April 2017

These Denver Real Estate Market Statistics are based on homes in the REColorado.com MLS within 30 miles of downtown Denver. Download a pdf version of this report by clicking here.

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Denver Realtor Reviews: Denver Real Estate Market Statistics April 2017

The average price for a home in Denver was $436,144 at the end of April 2017. The median price for a home in Denver was $380,000 at the end of April 2017. Sales volume in April was $2.054 billion. There were 4,709 real transactions in April 2017. There is less just over 1 month of real estate inventory in and around Denver. There were 5,901 real estate listings in and around Denver at the end of April 2017. The average days on market for real estate listings in and around Denver was 21 days for December. And the median days on market was 5.

These Denver real estate market statistics are from the Denver MLS (REColorado.com) . They reflect real estate sales data for the end of December 2016. They do not reflect real estate sales that occurred off market or outside of the Denver MLS.


The average home price in Metro Denver, Colorado

The average home price in Metro Denver is up almost 10% Year Over Year from $395,166 in April 2016 to $436,144 in April 2017. The average home price in Metro Denver is up over 3% Month Over Month from $423,196 in March 2017. 

Average home price in Denver April 2017 12 month

Average home price in Denver April 2017 10 Year


The median home price in Metro Denver, Colorado

The median home price in Metro Denver is up almost 5.6% Year Over Year from $360,000 in April 2016 to $380,000 in April 2017. The median home price in Metro Denver is approximately 2.7% more than the median home price in March 2017.

Median home price in Denver April 2017 12 Month

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Metro Denver real estate sales volume

Metro Denver real estate sales volume went up 0.5% month over month to $2.054 billion from $1.992 billion continuing the traditional seasonal patterns and was 14.4% higher than the $1.795 billion in sales in April of 2016.

Real estate sales volume in Denver April 2017 12 Month

Real estate sales volume in Denver April 2017 5 Year

 


Number of Metro Denver real estate sales

There were 4,709 metro Denver real estate sales in April 2017, almost 3.7% more than April 2016 and equal to the prior month. For April 2017, the highest number of sales occurred in the $350,000 – $400,000 price point.

Number of real estate sales in Denver April 2017 12 Month

Number of real estate sales in Denver April 2017 5 Year

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Months of Metro Denver real estate inventory

There was an average of 1.253 months of inventory on the market in April 2017.

Months of real estate inventory in Denver April 2017 12 Month Chart

Months of real estate inventory in Denver April 2017 5 Year Chart

Months of real estate inventory in Denver April 2017 By Price Point

 


Number of Metro Denver real estate listings inventory

At the end of April 2017 there were 5,901 Denver real estate listings which is about 5% more than the 5,607 listings at the end of March 2017 and very similar to the 5,911 listings in April 2016. The highest number of listings is in the $500,000 to $600,000 price range.

Number of real estate listings in Denver April 2017 12 Month Chart

Number of real estate listings in Denver April 2017 5 Year Chart

Number of real estate listings in Denver April 2017 By Price Point


Average days on market for a Metro Denver, Colorado home for sale

At 21 days the average days on market for Denver real estate is 2 days less than April 2016 and is 6 days less than March 2017. The average days on market was 13 days or less for everything under $400,000. The highest days on market was in the $1.25 million – $1.5 million price range.

Average days on market of real estate listings in Denver April 2017 12 month chart

Average days on market of real estate listings in Denver April 2017 5 year chart

Average days on market of real estate listings in Denver April 2017 by price point

 


Median days on market for a Metro Denver, Colorado home for sale

At 5 days, the median days on market is the same as April 2016 and 1 day less than March 2017. The median days on market was 5 days or less for everything under $400,000. The median days on market was highest as price ranges approached the $3 million range.

Median days on market of real estate listings in Denver April 2017 12 month chart

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Flat Fee Denver Realtor

What is a flat fee Denver Realtor? Flat fee and discount real estate listing agency in Denver comes in many different forms. I have been implementing a FULL SERVICE, flat fee and discount real estate model in my Denver real estate practice for over 2 years. I found that what I did to sell homes does not vary greatly no matter the price point. And I wanted to find a good deal that I could offer friends and family. I do not deviate from this structure to avoid the awkwardness of offering one person a better deal than another and having it discovered by the lesser benefiting party. My Denver full service, flat fee real estate model is $5,000 + the 2.8% that I pass through to the buyers’ agent.

Here is a video about my full service, flat fee Denver real estate model.

How does the money flow in a real estate transaction in Colorado?

How do real estate agents get paid in a home sale in Colorado?

You need to know that although both agents are paid at simultaneously at closing, the seller is paying the listing brokerage one large sum, and then the listing brokerage is paying the buyer’s agent out of that amount. The buyer’s agent commission is advertised in the MLS (multiple listing service) with the listing for the house. Buyer’s agents are discouraged from discriminating against showing homes with lower commission rates, but there is no way to know if an agent chooses not to show a home because of the commission rate offered. My bigger fear would be that an agent would speak negatively of a home, pointing out flaws or suggesting it is overpriced, if the commission rate is less than competing homes for sale. In my model I offer the most frequently offered amount in the Denver MLS (recolorado) of 2.8%.

How much does my full service, flat fee real estate model cost metro Denver home sellers?

I charge 2.8% + my $5,000 flat fee.

Many real estate agencies charge 6% to sell your home. With a sales price of $380,000 (The median sales price April 2017) the total commissions paid with a 6% model would be $22,800.

Without a flat fee real estate estimated net amount to seller

With a sales price of $380,000 the total commissions paid with a 2.8% + $5,000 model would be $15,640, saving the average Denver home seller up to 7,160.

flat fee real estate estimated net amount to seller

But commission savings are meaningless unless all the pieces are place to still sell your home for top dollar.

What marketing do I do with my full service, flat fee Denver real estate model to sell homes for top dollar?

I implement every marketing strategy I have seen to position all of my listing clients to sell for top dollar and create bidding wars whenever possible.

1. Professional photography

I explain to clients that everybody sees your home online before they see it in person. Photos are the new curb appeal. And quality photography can make a huge difference in how many people come to see the home, which translates into the number and price of offers received. The company I use has talented and experienced photographers with top of the line HD photographic technology.

Flat fee Denver real estate professional photography

2. Floor plans

Virtuance also creates floor plans. I find this especially useful for flyers, so that I can encourage potential buyers to take home a flyer and imagine their furniture in the home. Also the online virtual tour shows on the floor plan where each picture was taken.

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3. Dedicated URL

I create the website address of your address.com, for instance www.4125Clay.com. This is displayed on top of the luxury yard arm and on the flyers. It makes it easy for people to remember your address and look up information about your home.

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4. Luxury yard arm

This used to mean something but almost nobody uses the old signs anymore.

5. MLS and syndication.

I am a member of 2 local MLS’s: www.recolorado.comwww.iresis.com . In addition to listing on the MLS, the home is displayed on all major public web sites and all agents’ web sites with IDX searches.

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6. High quality flyers

I like a flyer with the floor plan on the back for viewing buyers to take with them. Hopefully they want to think about how well their furniture would fit. I also like them taking something with them that would help them give the home a second thought if they were not initially wooed.

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7. Open houses

I like to do 1 open house. I advertise the open house in the first line of the description, in the MLS, on Zillow, and Realtor.com . There are 2 reasons to do the open house. The first reason I do an open house is to try and find an unrepresented buyer, reducing your total commissions to $10,000. The second, and more common reason, is to enable buyers, whose agents are out of town, to view the home. More than a few times I have received the strongest offers from these buyers and their agents.

8. Showing coordination

I use showingtime.com or showings.com for my showing coordination. A barrier remains between you and the buyer’s agent, while utilizing technology to have showing requests immediately sent to you for approval. Both services also have feedback systems and surveys for buyer’s agents to let you and I know what they thought of the home. I am willing to use a manual lockbox or a digital sentrilock lockbox to assist, depending on your preference.

9. E-mails advertising to agents with prospective buyers.

Did you know we enter buyers into the MLS the same as we enter sellers? You probably do know this. A real estate agent has probably set you up with a home search that fit a set of criteria that you provided. Did you know, when I enter a listing into the MLS, I can see a list of agents that have buyers for whom my listing fits their criteria. I am pretty savvy with technology and mailchimp. I will send an e-mail blast notifying these agents of my new listing, sometimes 1,000 agents. I will also be able to see the agents who have a client who favorites my listing. I will be reaching out to those agents directly.

What other services do I offer with my full service, flat fee Denver real estate model?

1. Price analysis

I advise you as to my belief of a realistic sales price and best list price.

2. Contract negotiation

I assist in the initial and ongoing contractual negotiations. The devil is in the details, and I help you understand how the terms of the contract will affect you. This includes positioning you to buy and sell a home simultaneously if desired.

3. No risk and no obligation

You can terminate your contract with me at any time, if you have not signed an agreement with a buyer. I do not want anybody stuck working with me. I take pride in my work and work as though I could lose my job tomorrow, if I don’t do it today.

What are my duties to you as a full service, flat fee Denver Realtor?

  1. Promoting the interests of Seller with the utmost good faith, loyalty and fidelity;
  2. Seeking a price and terms that are acceptable to Seller; and
  3. Counseling Seller as to any material benefits or risks of a transaction that are actually known by Broker.

Broker must exercise reasonable skill and care for Seller, including but not limited to the following:

  • Performing the terms of any written or oral agreement with Seller;
  • Presenting all offers to and from Seller in a timely manner regardless of whether the Property is subject to a contract for Sale;
  • Disclosing to Seller adverse material facts actually known by Broker;
  • Advising Seller regarding the transaction and advising Seller to obtain expert advice as to material matters about which Broker knows but the specifics of which are beyond the expertise of Broker;
  • Accounting in a timely manner for all money and property received; and
  • Keeping Seller fully informed regarding the transaction.

Broker must not disclose the following information without the informed consent of Seller:

  • That Seller is willing to accept less than the asking price for the Property;
  • What the motivating factors are for Seller to sell the Property;
  • That Seller will agree to financing terms other than those offered;
  • Any material information about Seller unless disclosure is required by law or failure to disclose such information would constitute fraud or dishonest dealing; or
  • Any facts or suspicions regarding circumstances that could psychologically impact or stigmatize the Property.

 


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What is a flat fee Denver Realtor? Flat fee and discount real estate listing agency in Denver comes in many different forms. I have been implementing a FULL SERVICE, flat fee and discount real estate model in my Denver real estate practice for over 2 years. I found that what I did to sell homes does not vary greatly no matter the price point. And I wanted to find a good deal that I could offer friends and family. I do not deviate from this structure to avoid the awkwardness of offering one person a better deal than another and having it discovered by the lesser benefiting party. My Denver full service, flat fee real estate model is $5,000 + the 2.8% that I pass through to the buyers’ agent.

Here is a video about my full service, flat fee Denver real estate model.

How does the money flow in a real estate transaction in Colorado?

How do real estate agents get paid in a home sale in Colorado?

You need to know that although both agents are paid at simultaneously at closing, the seller is paying the listing brokerage one large sum, and then the listing brokerage is paying the buyer’s agent out of that amount. The buyer’s agent commission is advertised in the MLS (multiple listing service) with the listing for the house. Buyer’s agents are discouraged from discriminating against showing homes with lower commission rates, but there is no way to know if an agent chooses not to show a home because of the commission rate offered. My bigger fear would be that an agent would speak negatively of a home, pointing out flaws or suggesting it is overpriced, if the commission rate is less than competing homes for sale. In my model I offer the most frequently offered amount in the Denver MLS (recolorado) of 2.8%.

How much does my full service, flat fee real estate model cost metro Denver home sellers?

I charge 2.8% + my $5,000 flat fee.

Many real estate agencies charge 6% to sell your home. With a sales price of $380,000 (The median sales price April 2017) the total commissions paid with a 6% model would be $22,800.

Without a flat fee real estate estimated net amount to seller

With a sales price of $380,000 the total commissions paid with a 2.8% + $5,000 model would be $15,640, saving the average Denver home seller up to 7,160.

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But commission savings are meaningless unless all the pieces are place to still sell your home for top dollar.

What marketing do I do with my full service, flat fee Denver real estate model to sell homes for top dollar?

I implement every marketing strategy I have seen to position all of my listing clients to sell for top dollar and create bidding wars whenever possible.

1. Professional photography

I explain to clients that everybody sees your home online before they see it in person. Photos are the new curb appeal. And quality photography can make a huge difference in how many people come to see the home, which translates into the number and price of offers received. The company I use has talented and experienced photographers with top of the line HD photographic technology.

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2. Floor plans

Virtuance also creates floor plans. I find this especially useful for flyers, so that I can encourage potential buyers to take home a flyer and imagine their furniture in the home. Also the online virtual tour shows on the floor plan where each picture was taken.

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3. Dedicated URL

I create the website address of your address.com, for instance www.4125Clay.com. This is displayed on top of the luxury yard arm and on the flyers. It makes it easy for people to remember your address and look up information about your home.

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4. Luxury yard arm

This used to mean something but almost nobody uses the old signs anymore.

5. MLS and syndication.

I am a member of 2 local MLS’s: www.recolorado.comwww.iresis.com . In addition to listing on the MLS, the home is displayed on all major public web sites and all agents’ web sites with IDX searches.

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6. High quality flyers

I like a flyer with the floor plan on the back for viewing buyers to take with them. Hopefully they want to think about how well their furniture would fit. I also like them taking something with them that would help them give the home a second thought if they were not initially wooed.

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7. Open houses

I like to do 1 open house. I advertise the open house in the first line of the description, in the MLS, on Zillow, and Realtor.com . There are 2 reasons to do the open house. The first reason I do an open house is to try and find an unrepresented buyer, reducing your total commissions to $10,000. The second, and more common reason, is to enable buyers, whose agents are out of town, to view the home. More than a few times I have received the strongest offers from these buyers and their agents.

8. Showing coordination

I use showingtime.com or showings.com for my showing coordination. A barrier remains between you and the buyer’s agent, while utilizing technology to have showing requests immediately sent to you for approval. Both services also have feedback systems and surveys for buyer’s agents to let you and I know what they thought of the home. I am willing to use a manual lockbox or a digital sentrilock lockbox to assist, depending on your preference.

9. E-mails advertising to agents with prospective buyers.

Did you know we enter buyers into the MLS the same as we enter sellers? You probably do know this. A real estate agent has probably set you up with a home search that fit a set of criteria that you provided. Did you know, when I enter a listing into the MLS, I can see a list of agents that have buyers for whom my listing fits their criteria. I am pretty savvy with technology and mailchimp. I will send an e-mail blast notifying these agents of my new listing, sometimes 1,000 agents. I will also be able to see the agents who have a client who favorites my listing. I will be reaching out to those agents directly.

What other services do I offer with my full service, flat fee Denver real estate model?

1. Price analysis

I advise you as to my belief of a realistic sales price and best list price.

2. Contract negotiation

I assist in the initial and ongoing contractual negotiations. The devil is in the details, and I help you understand how the terms of the contract will affect you. This includes positioning you to buy and sell a home simultaneously if desired.

3. No risk and no obligation

You can terminate your contract with me at any time, if you have not signed an agreement with a buyer. I do not want anybody stuck working with me. I take pride in my work and work as though I could lose my job tomorrow, if I don’t do it today.

What are my duties to you as a full service, flat fee Denver Realtor?

  1. Promoting the interests of Seller with the utmost good faith, loyalty and fidelity;
  2. Seeking a price and terms that are acceptable to Seller; and
  3. Counseling Seller as to any material benefits or risks of a transaction that are actually known by Broker.

Broker must exercise reasonable skill and care for Seller, including but not limited to the following:

  • Performing the terms of any written or oral agreement with Seller;
  • Presenting all offers to and from Seller in a timely manner regardless of whether the Property is subject to a contract for Sale;
  • Disclosing to Seller adverse material facts actually known by Broker;
  • Advising Seller regarding the transaction and advising Seller to obtain expert advice as to material matters about which Broker knows but the specifics of which are beyond the expertise of Broker;
  • Accounting in a timely manner for all money and property received; and
  • Keeping Seller fully informed regarding the transaction.

Broker must not disclose the following information without the informed consent of Seller:

  • That Seller is willing to accept less than the asking price for the Property;
  • What the motivating factors are for Seller to sell the Property;
  • That Seller will agree to financing terms other than those offered;
  • Any material information about Seller unless disclosure is required by law or failure to disclose such information would constitute fraud or dishonest dealing; or
  • Any facts or suspicions regarding circumstances that could psychologically impact or stigmatize the Property.

 


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5 Holiday Hosting Disasters and How to Avoid Them

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These Denver neighborhoods are where the most houses have sold in 2016 so far – Denverite

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thumbnail www­.denverite­.com – All year long, Denver was touted as one of the hottest housing markets of 2016. But not all of Denver is equally hot, if you take a look at single family detached home sales. Neighborhoods in the c…

Has Colorado’s Population Boom Peaked? Probably, Says State Demographer

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thumbnail www­.cpr­.org – But unlike last year, the growth rate slowed down — if only by a hair. The state added another 91,726 residents from July 2015 to July 2016 for a rate of 1.68 percent. From 2014 to 2015, the state…

As Deadline Looms, Most Of Denver’s Short-Term Rental Hosts Operate Outside Law

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thumbnail www­.cpr­.org – But many have struggled to register; just 327 hosts have obtained the necessary city licenses as of Friday. There are approximately 3,000 short-term rental hosts in the city. The city will begin en…

Coloradans Still Appear Pretty Healthy, But The News Isn’t So Good On Binge Drinking

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thumbnail www­.cpr­.org – Heavy drinking and drug use are dragging down Colorado’s overall health ranking. Colorado dropped two places in the United Health Foundation’s annual look at state-by-state health, to 10th overall….

5 Breathtaking Affordable Kitchen Transformations

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thumbnail www­.apartmenttherapy­.com – Think you can’t afford a new kitchen? Think again! These five budget kitchen renovations prove that you don’t need a ton of cash to get a new look in your kitchen — just a lot of elbow grease (and …

The best places to visit in the US in 2017 – Lonely Planet

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thumbnail www­.lonelyplanet­.com – Lincoln pops up amid a sea of prairie grass and corn, offering a patch of unexpected polish. Take downtown’s Haymarket District, where century-old brick warehouses hold modern art galleries (especi…

Denver is the third-hottest food city, according to Zagat – Denverite

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thumbnail www­.denverite­.com – Zagat, which knows a thing or two about restaurants, says Denver’s dining scene is popping off, ranking the city at No. 3 on its 26 Hottest Food Cities of 2016 list. Seriously, though, that’s nice….

In Light Of Election Rhetoric, Aurora Seeks To Calm Fears And Build Community

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thumbnail www­.cpr­.org – “This is my home and this is my country,” Ahmed said. “So, I don’t want to hear people tell me, ‘you are going back or you are this or you are this.’ I don’t want to hear that.” Yet, that’s the mes…

Consumer complaints flood Colorado’s largest homebuilder

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thumbnail kdvr­.com – DENVER — Weak foundations and shoddy construction work are two of the big complaints from dozens of new homeowners throughout the Denver area. Denver is one of the fastest growing home building ma…

Denver gains and loses residents at almost the same rate, report says – Denverite

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thumbnail www­.denverite­.com – That’s what I love about these transplants, man. I get more credentialed as a long-term resident, they maintain the same sense of unbridled enthusiasm about everything. A new report from Abodo that…

Are Denver rents going up or not? Reports still contradict one another – Denverite

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thumbnail www­.denverite­.com – Are you part of the younger, upwardly mobile section of Denver? (It’s okay, it’s just us, I won’t tell anyone you identify as upwardly mobile.) Then there’s a chance that rents are falling for you!…

Housing Scrapes: Signs of Economic Vitality or Withering Neighborhoods?

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thumbnail www­.confluence-denver­.com – It seems everyone wants to live in the heart of Denver, but no one wants to cram their lives into the smaller, aging housing stock the city has to offer — and that’s leading to a lot of developers…

People born in Colorado make up less than half of the state’s population – Denverite

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Colorado’s economic forecast looks decent, so the state is already looking for more budget cuts – Denverite

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Twenty-Five Best New Murals in Colorado, 2016

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In Light Of Election Rhetoric, Aurora Seeks To Calm Fears And Build Community

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Denver Jumps Through Hoops In Gay Games Site Competition

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Where have all the Colorado natives gone? – Denverite

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A Drone Flew Over Colorado And Caught The Most Breathtaking Footage

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Business
The lopsided recovery in the housing market

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Estes Park trustees, Larimer commissioners set cap on vacation rentals

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Oakwood Homes facing consumer complaints across Denver – Denverite

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Tiny home living is having a moment

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Denver among the top 3 cities for home price growth since early 2016 – Denverite

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Denver added more housing last month than NYC or LA – Denverite

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Whether You Rent or Buy: Either Way You’re Paying a Mortgage

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5 Tenant Characteristics It’s Wise to Discriminate Against

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LOOK: Anything can happen on a Ruby Hill snow day – Denverite

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A village of tiny homes for homeless people could be coming to RiNo next year – Denverite

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In booming Denver, the role of flipped houses is changing – Denverite

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RTD work on A and B Lines will help protect against power-related delays – Denverite

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Denver snaps up rights to RTD-owned lot along light rail to build affordable condos in Five Points

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Cordillera residents sue to upend plan to convert Lodge & Spa at Cordillera to residential drug treatment center

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Community Post: 41 Creative DIY Hacks To Improve Your Home

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7 Mistakes That Cost Homeowners BIG Money During Cold Weather

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Insurance blind spots: 5 coverage gaps that could cost you

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5 Tricks to Keep Your Pipes from Exploding this Winter

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10 Safety Essentials That Most Homes Are Missing

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Yes, it is SOMETIMES LEGAL to put your trash in someone else’s can, according to the city of Denver – Denverite

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Denver wants to know how much energy office and apartment buildings use so they can reduce it – Denverite

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Why one Denver school with a record of low performance was not recommended for closure – Denverite

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Denver Public Schools reveals schools recommended for closure under new policy – Denverite

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What if we just … made it stop? Constitutional amendment would impose residential growth limit along Colorado’s Front Range – Denverite

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Teacher shortage in Colorado is worsening, according to state report

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Denver Realtors That Pay Referral FeesI want your Denver real estate referrals. I am happy to pay a 25% referral fee to real estate agents for the assistance of connecting me with their clients. These real estate referrals can be local or out of state. I am also happy to partner 50/50 with agents that have limited availability or are preparing for vacation.


 

 

Why your clients will be impressed that you sent them to Denver Realtor Christopher Gibson.

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  • I have been selling residential real estate in and around Denver for 5 years. I am a Denver native.
  • I have completed over 115 on market transactions in and around Denver. My highest sale is for $1,240,000. My average sold price over 5 years is $291,106. The average year built of homes I have sold is 1969, with 1895 being my oldest and I have participated in many new construction sales. And you will see a map of my sales to the right demonstrating the variety of locations work in to compliment the variety of home styles I work with.
  • I have dozens of positive reviews on Zillow, Facebook, Google, and the Denver BBB.

I am sensitive to your valuable and delicate relationship with your client.

  • Worried that your client with judge you for collecting a referral fee? It can be confidential.
  • Don’t want to give me their contact information but still want to claim a referral fee? Submit their name to me and send them my way; I will respect the relationship and pay the referral fee.
  • Do you want to be communicated with every step of the way? I am happy to do that as well.

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Denver Real Estate Market Statistics 2016 Year End

Denver real estate market statistics: How much does a home cost in Denver? How long does it take to sell a home in Denver? How fast are home prices rising in Denver? All this and more answered below.

Denver Real Estate Market Statistics December 2016

These Denver Real Estate Market Statistics are based on homes in the REColorado.com MLS within 30 miles of downtown Denver. Download a pdf version of this report by clicking here.

Denver Real Estate Market Statistics December 2016


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Denver Realtor Reviews: Denver Real Estate Market Statistics December 2016

The average price for a home in Denver was $404,986 at the end of December 2016. The median price for a home in Denver was $350,000 at the end of December 2016. Sales volume in December was $1.960 billion. There were 4,844 real transactions in December 2016. There is less than 1 month of real estate inventory in and around Denver. There were 4,577 real estate listings in and around Denver at the end of December 2016. The average days on market for real estate listings in and around Denver was 35 days for December. And the median days on market was 16.

These Denver real estate market statistics are from the Denver MLS (REColorado.com) . They reflect real estate sales data for the end of December 2016. They do not reflect real estate sales that occurred off market or outside of the Denver MLS.


The average home price in Metro Denver, Colorado

The average home price in Metro Denver is up almost 8.6% Year Over Year from $373,033 in December 2015 to $404,986 in December 2016. The average home price in Metro Denver is down almost 2% Month Over Month from $413,158 in November 2016. 

Average Home Price In Denver Over 12 Months December 2016

Average Home Price In Denver Over 5 Years December 2016


The median home price in Metro Denver, Colorado

The median home price in Metro Denver is up just over 11% Year Over Year from $315,000 in December 2015 to $350,000 in December 2016. The median home price in Metro Denver is approximately 0.5% less than the median home price in November 2016.

Median Home Price In Denver Over 12 Months December 2016

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Metro Denver real estate sales volume

Metro Denver real estate sales volume went down 6.3% month over month to $1.960 billion from $2.091 billion continuing the traditional seasonal slowdown and was 23.3% higher than the $1.696 billion in sales in December of 2015.

Real Estate Sales Volume In Denver Over 12 Months December 2016

Real Estate Sales Volume In Denver Over 5 Years December 2016


Number of Metro Denver real estate sales

There were 4,844 metro Denver real estate sales in December 2016, almost 6% more than December 2015 and 4.2% less than November 2016. The decrease in sales in December seems to follow the normal seasonal trajectory. Sales should increase in February. For 2016, the highest number of sales occurred in the $300,000 – $350,000 price point.

Number Of Real Estate Sales In Denver Over 12 Months December 2016

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Number Of Real Estate Sales In Denver By Price Point During 2016


Months of Metro Denver real estate inventory

Real Estate Inventory hit a record low!!! I didn’t think it was possible for the inventory to go lower.

Months Of Real Estate Inventory In Denver Over 12 Months December 2016

Months Of Real Estate Inventory In Denver Over 5 Years December 2016


Number of Metro Denver real estate listings inventory

At the end of December 2016 there were 4,577 Denver real estate listings which is about 24% less than the 6,055 listings at the end of November 2016 and 10.6% less than the 5,757 listings at the end of December 2015. This is a significant decrease in homes available for sale from the prior year, and although the decrease in homes available for sale follows seasonal trends, the low inventory is exceptionally low. 

Number Of Homes For Sale In Denver Over 12 Months December 2016

Number Of Homes For Sale In Denver Over 5 Years December 2016


Average days on market for a Metro Denver, Colorado home for sale

At 35 days the average days on market for Denver real estate is 4 days longer than november 2016 and is 4 days longer than December 2015. The increase in the days on market would be encouraging if it were not for the dramatic decrease in inventory.

Average Days On Market For A Home Sold In Denver Over 12 Months December 2016

Average Days On Market For A Home Sold In Denver Over 5 Years December 2016


Median days on market for a Metro Denver, Colorado home for sale

At 16 days, the median days on market is 1 days more than the prior month and December 2015 . 

Median Days On Market For A Home Sold In Denver Over 12 Months December 2016

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