The basic objectives of buying and selling a home have not really changed since I graduated from DU in 1975 and became a real estate broker. However, virtually everything associated with a real estate transaction has become more complicated, but also more consumer oriented and transparent. Some of the more obvious changes include: STYLE OF […]
The Residential Luxury Report, prepared by LIV Sotheby’s International Realty, compares 2016 mid-year statistics, to that of 2015, for single family homes and condos priced $1M and above. As one of the fastest growing states, Colorado’s growing popularity, and influx of people moving to the state, are cause for a fortified luxury sector at the […]
The post Denver’s Luxury Housing Market Shows Signs of Increase at Mid-Year 2016 appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Diary.
LIV Sotheby’s International Realty released a mid-year micro market report (MMR), indicating that the Colorado real estate market has demonstrated continued growth during the first half of the year. The MMR compares 2016 mid-year statistics, to those of 2015, for single family homes and condos. “At the mid-year point of 2016, Colorado is experiencing a […]
The post LIV SIR Analyzes Mid-Year Micro Markets, Signs of Continued Growth in Colorado Real Estate appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Diary.
As summer heats up, spend some time outdoors checking these easy, do-it-yourself, Curb Appeal improvements off your list. Aside from the more obvious tasks of landscaping, painting and general cleanup, follow these guidelines you’ll be five steps closer to increasing your home’s curb appeal, thus achieving maximum resale value of your home. Shine on! – […]
The post 5 Do-it-Yourself Ways to Increase Curb Appeal this Summer appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Diary.
Bob Chase of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty’s Cherry Creek office delivered a detailed presentation to the LIV Sotheby’s International Realty’s downtown office regarding the history, geography, and distinctive detail of Denver’s oldest homes and neighborhoods. Chase used a combination of informational books, easel drawings and a slideshow to breakdown an array of topics that included […]
Pricing your home “at” market is generally a better (and more profitable) strategy than listing your home at a higher price than what can be realistically expected. If listed correctly from the start, it will likely sell more quickly, which usually means receiving more money. It is only common sense that the longer a home […]