Would you pay $2.15m for this Denver LoHi home? It is currently the highest priced Victorian home in the city. The house was built in 1894, has 3 beds, 4 baths, and 3,574 finished square feet. It is a corner lot with .14 acres and within 5 minute walking distance of the most popular places in LoHi. See more photos and details here: http://bit.ly/2COl1tt.
View listings: https://matrix.recolorado.com/Matrix/Public/Portal.aspx?k=813434ZG04&p=DE-137818790-942#1.
View Denver's light rail system: http://www.rtd-denver.com/LightRail_Map.shtml
A true Mid-Century Modern 3 bed, 2 bath, 1,685 sq ft home for sale in Denver's centrally located Virginia Village area. The current asking price is $700K. The more homes I see with this architecture, the more I grow to love the style. More: http://bit.ly/2x8k5ux.
3 things you should know about Colorado’s Exclusive Right To Buy Listing Contract before working with a buyer's agent.
I've always appreciated a contemporary design. This modern Denver Curtis Park home is one of my favorites for sale right now. It's perfect for the urban dweller as you're minutes from RiNo's Larimer Street, Coors Field, and LoHi. List price is $829K and includes 2 beds, 3 baths, and 2,200 livable square feet. You can learn more about this listing here: http://bit.ly/2NdSOB5.
REALLY lovely tudor coming to the market later this week in Denver's South Park Hill.
It's Friday! You know what that means? Here's your weekend list of what's on the market. For this dose you'll find 63 new and old Denver homes listed between $600K-900K with 2,500+ square feet. View the list here: http://bit.ly/2MHuwzh.
House hunting in Denver is challenging. Here are 119 homes currently for sale in central Denver between $350K-$500K. View the entire list here: https://matrix.recolorado.com/Matrix/Public/Portal.aspx?k=813434XRc2K&p=DE-133506363-218
5 questions you should ask your next listing agent
1. How long have you been a licensed agent?
2. How many transactions/sales have you done in the last 12 months?
3. Of those homes you’ve sold in the last 12 months, which one was your favorite and why?
4. What are your favorite ways to market your listings that get them sold?
5. What do you think our house will sell for and how quickly?
Showed this house today in Denver's Southmoor neighborhood. Love these elevation lines.
Why do YOU think this house hasn't sold since going on the market July 20? This Jefferson Park house is one of my most favorite central Denver home on the market right now. I LOVE the bay windows, tin coffered ceilings, and original tile around the fire place. The house is was built in 1890, has 3 beds, 2 baths, 1,890 of finished square feet, and an asking price of $749,900. More details here: https://seanmitchell.colistings.com/listing/0/6915049/address/2749-Decatur-Street-Denver-CO-80211.
3 reasons to NOT WORK with a listing AGENT to buy your NEXT HOUSE
1) Listing agent is a neutral party and cannot advise you
2) Advanced notice is needed when houses are in high demand
3) Using the same agent to list and buy can give you negotiating power when determining listing agent fee
This is one of my favorite Denver homes on the market right now. The house is located in Capitol Hill which provides really nice proximity to the Capitol, Cheesman Park, and downtown. List price is $745K and has 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, and 2,491 of livable square footage. One additional perk is the possible rentable basement kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, and living room area in the basement. The basement was previously rented for $1,250 per month. Additional details here: https://seanmitchell.colistings.com/listing/0/6176476/address/624-East-12th-Avenue-Denver-CO-80203.
Listing by Kentwood Co at Cherry Creek
Today I sit down with Senator Steve Fenberg to discuss a recently passed bill that allows Coloradans to power their homes from batteries similar to what we see in electric vehicles. Watch the interview to learn more about what the law encompasses and how it impacts us.
Thank you Tesla for having a Model X at my friend’s Brokers Open. People were driving by staring at the Falcon Wing Doors.
Looking for properties in the areas below (open to considering areas outside of this). Must be 1,000+ sq ft above grade. The more outdated the better. Anyone considering putting their house on market? I have a cash buyer ready to buy.