May 2023

What is the average home price in Evergreen, Colorado?

2023-05-31T18:51:09-06:00By |, , , |

The average home price in Evergreen, Colorado, varies depending on the neighborhood, home size, and other factors. However, as of the last few years, the average home price has been increasing due to the high demand and limited supply. It's important to note that while some homes can be found in the lower price range, luxury homes in desirable neighborhoods can significantly drive up the average.

May 2021

April 2021

What Contingencies are being Removed in Contracts in This Seller’s Market?

2021-04-24T14:44:13-06:00By |, , , |

What Contingencies are Buyers Removing in Their Contracts in Colorado? The buyers in Colorado are behaving the same way buyers all over the country are. Removing any contingency that will make their offer stronger by removing. Buyer agents are taking some pretty big risks all over the country. Basically, earnest money goes hard immediately these days. Buyers are removing all (most) of their "outs". Call me for more details on how we will write a winning offer in a seller's market. 303-503-8793

March 2020

What is a Variable Commission?

2021-04-24T14:09:30-06:00By |, , |

In a Colorado Contract for real estate a variable commission rate is self explanatory. Lets's say the total commission rate is 6%. That is usually split as 3.2% for the listing agents and 2.8% for the buyer broker. If the listing agent also brings the buyer they must become a transaction broker. At that point the best real estate companies, like Orson Hill Realty will lower the commission rate for selling the home. They right in the contract that make their commission less or variable down to a total commission of something like 5%. The listing agent gets more than just being the listing agent and the seller saves some money. It is a win-win and Orson Hill Realty agents almost always take advantage of the variable commission.

Are the Denver Foothills Done Developing?

2021-04-24T14:14:24-06:00By |, |

The short answer is no. The master plans for most areas like Jefferson and Clear Creek County filed decades ago show for more expansion in both residential as well as commercial. The are is still growing but not nearly as fast paced as years ago. With that being said the population density in most areas in these counties is incredibly low in comparison to other areas.

December 2019

September 2019

April 2019