Have Prices in Your Neighborhood Recovered?

Have Prices in Your Neighborhood Recovered?

Friends often ask me “has the market turned around in my neighborhood?”  Our brokerage recently examined this question in detail.  To do it, we looked at sales of several regions mapped in the MLS and compared them to where they were before the market recession.  The results of the research are graphed below.  I also included the MLS map so you could...

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Upcoming Real Estate Classes

Upcoming Real Estate Classes

I’ve just released my class schedule for January & February.  Topics range from creating an income property portfolio to handling purchases when a property is in probate.  Here’s the complete list. If you’re interested in a class you can RSVP through my eventbrite page at www.gregparham.eventbrite.com Classes are always free, I just ask that...

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I Want to Buy Your Soccer Field!

I Want to Buy Your Soccer Field!

One of the drawbacks of selling real estate is the constant exposure to homes that you would love to own yourself.  It’s like being a kid in a candy store.  You can’t always have what you see.  Just ask Erin.  Every time I return from a day of showings I’ll bring her a dozen new “musts” for our next house.  Some of the new ideas come from the properties...

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3rd Quarter Data is In & Moose is Bullish About 2014 Real Estate

3rd Quarter Data is In & Moose is Bullish About 2014 Real Estate

I just compiled my 3rd Quarter Real Estate Market Report.  Moose has reviewed the data and he’s quite bullish about the real estate market in 2014.  You can check out the full report by clicking on it below. A big Thank You once again to Lon Welsh at Your Castle Real Estate for his superb number crunching once again!

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Home building is on the rise, but still outpaced by demand

Home building is on the rise, but still outpaced by demand

The Census Bureau has released third quarter statistics on the building permits for single family and multi-family homes.  You can download the report from the Division of Housing Since the all-time low in 2009 we continue to see steady growth upwards.   While more new homes would  help with the low inventory of available homes in the Denver metro area, it looks...

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