Denver real estate is hot, with the average single-family home price exceeding $600,000 for the first time this summer. We’ve rounded up three properties that demonstrate what you can get for that price in the Mile High City now.
An unprecedented number of listings were pulled from the market in March, as the coronavirus pandemic swept into the Mile High City. But it’s still a seller’s market, and there are ways to safely buy (and sell). Here are some tips.
According to the latest Market Trends Report from the Denver Metro Association of Realtors, home sales are showing no signs of slowing down. In fact, a drop in interest rates could exacerbate an already tight seller’s market.
In the heart of Denver’s oldest neighborhood, right next door to Coors Field, a new multiuse development aims to be the address for baseball enthusiasts (and a can’t-miss, year-round destination for everyone else).