Luxury Real Estate – Market News

Evergreen, Conifer and Morrison Luxury Homes Sold This is a very interesting graph. This is Evergreen, Conifer and Morrison luxury homes (over $1,000,000) sold in the last 10 years. The average luxury home sale price is in green and the number of listings is in blue. The reason this chart is interesting is because while the rest…Read More→

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Homes for Sale By Owner in Colorado What You Should Know

For sale by owner (FSBO)

A Realtor walks into a listing appointment on a home for sale by owner in Evergreen, CO at a price point of about $4,000,000 to $5,000,000. This is not the beginning of a bad real estate joke, it really happened recently. The Realtor thought he would discuss with the for sale by owner (FSBO) owner…Read More→

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Why is Everyone Moving to Denver, the Foothills and Colorado?

Orson Hill Realty

https://youtu.be/Q5me49jwCfA Colorado is Growing Fast! Colorado is growing fast. People from all walks of life are transferring to our beautiful state, eager to call it home. From 2010 to 2015, Colorado was the second fastest growing state in the country. Approximately 101,000 new residents moved to Colorado in one year alone, breaking the state’s record…Read More→

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Evergreen Real Estate and Market News

Denver Foothills Stats

Well for the first time in some time the Evergreen, CO real estate news is looking good. After month after month of the same old numbers, low inventory and a seller’s market, Evergreen  is starting to see some light at the end of the tunnel for buyers. It is still kind of early in the…Read More→

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What you should expect from your lender

When it is a seller’s market a lot of people need to work harder for a buyer. The real estate market in the Denver Foothills is making it so homes move so quickly that if you blink you just might miss your dream home in the mountains. Evergreen is seeing, in almost all price points,…Read More→

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How do listing agents determine the price of my home?

How listings agents figure the price of a home One of the most difficult things for a listing broker to do is to figure out the value of a listing. There are problems if you price the home too high and obvious problems if you price the home too low. If you price the home…Read More→

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Most homes listed for sale during a sellers market aren’t for rent

One of the most common inquires from renters is “would the sellers be interested in renting their home?” The short answer to this question is almost always no. There are a lot of reasons for this. The most common reason sellers don’t want to rent their home is they just can’t. The numbers don’t work…Read More→

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What is this title insurance thing all about?

I always see a glassed over look in the eyes of buyers when I talk to them about title insurance. Most Realtors just basically tell their clients “it’s something you are required to get” and don’t really explain it to their buyers or sellers for that matter. Title insurance is one of those things you…Read More→

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What signs should we look for a buyer’s market starting

Home appraisal

What are the signs of switching to a buyer’s market? Are we beginning to switch to a buyer’s market in the Denver Foothills? Any market of any kind that deals in a product from stocks to homes needs to find its value. There are many variables that control the value of any product. No matter…Read More→

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Denver Foothills Homes For Under $500,000 With Mountain Views

Mountain View Homes Under 500K In this fast paced and upward trending real estate market it is hard to find any home for under $500,000 but this is a list of Denver Foothills homes that not only are under $500,000 dollars but ones that also have mountain views. Most folks moving to the foothills like…Read More→

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