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This is an semi-regular newsletter available at news.denverhomesales.info. I occasionally e-mail it to clients, friends, and family. I hope you find it interesting and/or useful. If you have any friends or family looking to buy or sell a home, I greatly appreciate your referrals. Have a great day!

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Update: Denver's Eight Most Dangerous Intersections


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The Ten Wealthiest Zip Codes in the Denver Area


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Would You Rather Live Near a Transit Station, or Work Near One?


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Amid Colorado construction boom, workers are scarce, contractors say


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Denver Realtor: Charleston Place Aurora Home Analysis

Denver Realtor: Charleston Place Aurora Home Analysis

See the full listing of the Charleston Place home here: 13969 E Utah Full listing

Below you will find videos. Attached you will find the price analysis. They had the rules and regulations for the HOA on the table and they definitely allow rentals.

Using my investment  property resource at http://denverhomesales.info/investor-resource/ I made the following determination. Using the zestimate of rent from Zillow of $1,250 and assuming 10% management along with $100/month in repairs I calculate a yearly cash flow of $672.

See a video of the common areas here: http://youtu.be/bKJGzkVgwlU

See a video of the unit here: http://youtu.be/D0jPcCHd3DY

Pros
– BIG!
– Functional basement with bedroom and bathroom
– Decent finishes.
– Car port with entry to back yard and back of house
– Close to future Florida light rail station
Cons
– Some sloping on main level and in basement
– Faint animal oder that reminds me of when animals did damage to my townhouse and we tried to cover it up with new carpet and paint
– Only entrance to complex is on south side which makes walking to new light rail station annoying
– Ice buildup by front door
– Front door walks out to storage complex
The price analysis shows an average price per square foot of $145 and this unit has a price per square foot of $152. This seems in line with the market. All the other similar sales are similar models with a maybe a different basement finish that makes the bedroom less odd with the laundry. See similar sales here: http://matrix.recolorado.com/DE.asp?k=47167XL7QX&p=DE-17705009-628 .
See the cash flow analysis here: 13969 E Utah Cash Flow
See the comparative market analysis here: 13969 E Utah CMA

In the end my client decided not to make an offer.

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What Denver Home Buyers Are Thankful For

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Home Features that Denver Home Buyers are Thankful for: The Kitchen

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5 suggestions for a Denver homebuyer who works for home

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5 suggestions for a Denver homebuyer who works for home recently posted on redfin.com .

If you’re currently house hunting around Denver and you work from home, be sure to keep your work needs in mind as you shop!Denver Realtor: 5 suggestions for a Denver homebuyer who works for home

When you found your current Denver area home, you may not have selected it with your work-from-home job in mind.

Now, however, as you choose your new abode, you can opt for features that make working from home in Denver easier and more enjoyable. Here are five tips to remember if you’re a Denver homebuyer who also works from home:

1. Find a home in Denver with a home office.

A work space that’s private, quiet and set off from the rest of the house is something no telecommuter should be without. It can be a spare bedroom, a refinished attic/basement, a comfortable room over the garage or even a large, walk-in closet. Ideally, the space should have a nice view and plenty of natural light.

A bonus? If your home office is used “solely and exclusively for business purposes,” you can even claim a federal tax deduction for business use of your home. The larger your Denver home office space, the greater your deduction will be. This deduction lets you subtract a percentage of your mortgage payment and utility expenses from your taxable income, and it can make a big difference in your bottom line.

2. Look for a patio or other pleasant Colorado outdoor space.

Working at home in Denver can be tedious. There are no coworkers or water cooler chatter to liven things up, and it’s easy to get caught up in and stressed out about your job. You can increase productivity and reduce stress by taking occasional short breaks in the Colorado outdoors.

Look for a Denver area home with a patio or other pleasant outdoor space, and then furnish it with calming accents like a wind chime, a bird bath, a sun umbrella and comfy outdoor furniture. Getting out into nature in Denver every hour or so is a great way to refresh and ground yourself, clear your mind or just indulge in a few quiet minutes of relaxation.

3. Check out nearby cafes or bookstores in around Denver.

One of the biggest challenges of working from home in Denver is loneliness. When you spend most of your day working alone, it’s easy to feel isolated from the rest of the world. You might find yourself calling friends and family just to stay connected, but spending too much time on the phone can cut into your productivity.

An easy solution to isolation is to pack up your laptop and head for the nearest café or bookstore. You can work for a few hours, enjoy some fresh coffee or a muffin, and be around other people without feeling obliged to interact with them. When you leave, you’ll feel more connected to others and to the world around you – and probably more creative, too.

4. Find a house that’s close to a Denver park or a walking path.

A trick that keeps many telecommuters sane? Taking their lunch break at a local Denver park. If the weather is nice, you can pack your lunch and enjoy a quick picnic. If the park has trails or walking paths, take a short walk or go for a quick jog.

A little exercise will help you focus better, and you’ll be better able to go home and complete your workday with a clear mind. If you have dogs, take them along and let them run or walk with you. They’ll return home calmer and less likely to interrupt you while you’re trying to meet a deadline.

5. Look for a fenced-in yard.

If you have pets, you already know how much they crave attention. When you are working at home, they’ll want to play and interact with you all day, and this can seriously undermine your productivity. If you have a house with a fenced-in yard, your fur babies can amuse themselves outdoors while you put in your work hours.

Make sure that the fencing is strong enough to contain all your pets safely, and that it’s in good repair. When your pets can play outside freely, you’ll be able to focus on your job without feeling guilty about neglecting them.

Being able to work at home is a huge benefit for many people, but it does come with a few potential obstacles. By remembering these tips while house hunting, you can find a house that makes working from home a whole lot more enjoyable!

What are your tips for making your house work-from-home friendly?

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3 Questions to Ask Before Buying a Home Close To Denver

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3 Questions to Ask Before Buying a Home Close To Denver from

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If you are thinking about purchasing a home close to Denver right now, you are surely getting a lot of advice. Though your friends and family have your best interests at heart, they may not be fully aware of your needs and what is currently happening in Denver real estate. Let’s look at whether or not now is actually a good time for you to buy a home close to Denver.

3 Questions to Ask Before Buying a Home Close To Denver

There are three questions you should ask before purchasing in today’s Denver area real estate market:

1. Why am I buying a home close to Denver in the first place?

This truly is the most important question to answer. Forget the finances for a minute. Why did you even begin to consider purchasing a home close to Denver? For most, the reason has nothing to do with finances. A study by the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University reveals that the four major reasons people buy a home have nothing to do with money:

  • A good place to raise children and for them to get a good education
  • A place where you and your family feel safe
  • More space for you and your family
  • Control of the space

What non-financial benefits will you and your family derive from owning a home close to Denver? The answer to that question should be the biggest reason you decide to purchase or not.

2. Where are Denver home values headed?

When looking at future housing values, Home Price Expectation Survey provides a fair assessment. Every quarter, Pulsenomics surveys a nationwide panel of over one hundred economists, real estate experts and investment & market strategists about where prices are headed over the next five years. They then average the projections of all 100+ experts into a single number.

Here is what the experts projected in the latest survey:

  • Home values will appreciate by 4% in 2015.
  • The cumulative appreciation will be 19.5% by 2018.
  • Even the experts making up the most bearish quartile of the survey still are projecting a cumulative appreciation of over 11.2% by 2018.

3. Where are Denver mortgage interest rates headed?

A buyer must be concerned about more than just prices. The ‘long term cost’ of a home close to Denver can be dramatically impacted by an increase in mortgage rates.

The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA), the National Association of Realtors, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have all projected that mortgage interest rates will increase by approximately one full percentage over the next twelve months.

Bottom Line

Only you and your family can know for certain the right time to purchase a home close to Denver. Answering these questions will help you make that decision.

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Wheat Ridge is 1 of the 10 best places in the country to retire.

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Wheat Ridge Top City In America to RetireWheat Ridge is one of the 10 best places in the country to retire. You can find the entire article at http://www.bizjournals.com/denver/news/2014/11/10/a-colorado-city-is-one-of-the-10-best-places-in.html

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Denver Auction Forecloser Property Bidding HomeSearch.com

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I just completed my first attempt to bid on a foreclosed Denver auction property on www.homesearch.com.  We were not successful but learned a lot.

1. I was not happy that these properties only offer 1% to Buyer’s Agents. We valued this property between $295,000 and $305,000. Denver Foreclosure Auction on Homesearch.comThe Denver auction property was offering a commission of approximately $3,000.00 which would be almost $6,000.00 less than a normal purchase. It did not mean less work, only less money. Many agents would either insist that their clients pick up some of the difference or would refuse to help them with the process.

Denver Foreclosure Auction on Homesearch.com

2. Earnest money required was 3%, approximately $9,000 . Normally Earnest money is about 1%. This required any successful bid to put approximately $9.000 of their cash at risk. In order to bid on the Denver auction property you had to provide your credit card information for them to put a $2,500 hold on. Even though I created the bidding account for my client I had my client put in his own credit card information as this hold was too much for me to personally risk.

3. Earnest money was not refundable. In a normal purchase there are 3 valuable deadlines that if properly exercised by Buyer to terminate the purchase, they will receive their earnest money back. Without this protection a buyer would need full loan approval, an appraisal, and successful inspection before the bidding process begins in order to fully protect themselves from losing their earnest money if unable to complete the purchase.

4. We were unable to determine whether or not there would be unpaid liens on the Denver auction property that would have to be paid by the buyer. SpecificaDenver Foreclosure Auction on Homesearch.comlly we were concerned that the HOA fees were not current. HOA companies will not divulge if HOA fees are current or how much the unpaid fees are if you are not the owner. Additionally we called the bank, Nationstar, and HomeSearch.com and they were not able to tell us how much the unpaid fees were. The bank would only say that in Colorado that the new buyer would be responsible for any unpaid fees from before Nationstar foreclosed. The HOA said that the new buyer would be responsible for 6 months of fees maximum. We were asking the lender to order a status letter which would have cost the buyer up to $350.

5. How much would the Denver auction property appraise for? My partner and I valued the home between $295,000 and $305,000. You can see our valuation here. If my buyer was getting a loan for 95% of the purchase price, and he won the Denver auction property for $5,000 more than it appraised for, he would have to bring a cash down-payment of 5% + $5,000. Not only did my buyer have rely on my estimation of value but they had to decide how much cash they had to risk.

6. We learned in advance that you would be able to bid more than once, and you would see the current high bid. But there were still surprises in the bidding process. Bidding started in the $100’s but bidding the Denver auction property up was in forced increments of $7,500. We quickly ascertained that we needed to know what spot we wanted to be in the process so that we could land as close to our high bid as possible. For instance, bids were at $276,500, $284,000, $291,500, $299,000, $306,500… and their high bid was close to $300,000 then they needed to start bidding on the $284,000 mark to land on the $299,000 bid. And at the end of the bidding the increment changed to $2,500, but I do not know what triggers that change.

7. What is the buyer’s premium? It sounds like 5% extra cash the buyer has to bring to closing table. They would not be able to finance it unless the Denver auction property financed extremely high.

Summary:

1. To minimally risk their earnest money a buyer would before bidding have to have full loan approval or cash, invest $300- $700 in an inspection, and have an appraisal done, if getting a loan, for around $450. And it would be good to have a title search done and to get an HOA status letter for up to $350.

2. This Denver auction property sold for $40,000 more than any of the comparable sales and for $30,000 more than what we think it would appraise for.

3. The Buyer overpaid by around $45,000 which would have to be cash if they are getting a loan. If they don’t have the cash they lose their $9,000 of earnest money.

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Whittier Neighborhood | Denver Homes For Sale

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Whittier Neighborhood Map | Denver Homes For Sale

The Whittier neighborhood is located minutes from downtown Denver. Its borders are York and Downing Streets, to the East and West, and Martin Luther King Blvd and 23rd Avenue, to the North and South. Learn more about the Whittier Neighborhood on their community web site at http://whittierneighborhood.org .

 

 

Whittier Neighborhood Fuller Park | Denver Homes For Sale

Fuller Park, located just north of Manual High School in the Whittier neighborhood, is Denver’s second oldest park. The park is home to a basketball court, playground, and an off-leash dog park. The dog park has become a very popular place to get to know others in the community.


Whittier Neighborhood Community Garden | Denver Homes For Sale

The Whittier neighborhood Community Garden is located at 24th & Lafayette, next to Whittier Elementary in the Whittier neighborhood. The garden has been in existence since 1978 and is the location for annual community events like a barbeque and ice cream social.

 

Whittier Neighborhood Ford Warren Branch Library | Denver Homes For Sale

The Ford-Warren branch of the Denver Public Library is a popular place in the Whittier neighborhood. The branch is named after two people, Dr. Justina L. Ford and Bishop Henry White Warren. Ford was Colorado’s first African-American female physician.

 

The following schools are nearby the Whittier  Neighborhood: (Click any of the school names to see school info on ColoradoSchoolGrades.com)

  1. MANUAL HIGH SCHOOL
  2. COLE ARTS AND SCIENCE ACADEMY
  3. COLE ARTS AND SCIENCE ACADEMY
  4. DSST: COLE
  5. DSST: COLE
  6. COLUMBINE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
  7. SKYLAND COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL
  8. WYATT EDISON CHARTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
  9. WYATT EDISON CHARTER MIDDLE SCHOOL
  10. HARRINGTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
  11. GILPIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
  12. GILPIN MIDDLE SCHOOL
  13. WHITTIER K 8 SCHOOL (ELEMENTARY)
  14. WHITTIER K 8 SCHOOL (MIDDLE)

Use this resource page to further evaluate the Whittier Neighborhood in Denver: http://denverhomesales.info/neighborhood-evaluation/ . Find information about the Whittier Registered Neighborhood Organization on DenverGov.Org.

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Overland Park Neighborhood | Denver Homes For Sale

The Overland Park Neighborhood is part of the South Platte River Denver Neighborhoods In Southwest Denver. See all Denver homes for sale in the Overland Park Neighborhood at http://tinyurl.com/OverlandParkDenver or scroll down.

Overland Park Neighborhood Denver Homes For SaleThe Overland Park neighborhood is a choice pocket on the east side of the South Platte River. The Overland Park neighborhood is located just east of the Ruby Hill neighborhood south of W Mississippi Ave, west of S Broadway, east of South Platte River Dr, and north of W Yale Ave. The number of parks per acre must be one of the highest in the city here. The Overland Park neighborhood contains the oldest golf course in Denver and first golf course west of the Mississippi River, Overland Golf Course. Aqua Golf and Overland Pond Park are to the north of the Golf Course .There are 2 other parks within the neighborhood boundaries: Paquini’s Landing & Grant Frontier Park. Additionally. The entire neighborhood is under 1 mile from the Evans lightrail station.Overland Park Neighborhood Denver Homes For Sale Combined with South Platte River Trail access and lightrail access, the Overland Park neighborhood is very friendly to fans of alternative transportation.  And the recent transformation of South Broadway provides more walk-ability, entertainment, and quality of life improvements to this area. You can find registered neighborhood organization for the Overland Park Neighborhood at http://www.denvergov.org/cpd/CommunityPlanningandDevelopment/RegisteredNeighborhoods/tabid/444364/Default.aspx .

Use this resource page to further evaluate the Overland Park Neighborhood in Denver: http://denverhomesales.info/neighborhood-evaluation/ .

The following schools are nearby the Overland Park Neighborhood. Click any of the school names to see their information on ColoradoSchoolGrades.com.

  1. Schmitt Elementary School
  2. Mc Kinley Thatcher Elementary School
  3. Grant Middle School
  4. Godsman Elementary School
  5. Goldrick Elementary School
  6. Asbury Elementary School
  7. Lincoln Elementary School
  8. Strive Prep
  9. South High School
  10. Abraham Lincoln High School

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