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Feb. 12, 2021

99 Reasons to Fall in Love with Denver

Well, the secret is out. It seems like everyone loves Denver these days. At least everyone is moving here (Denver is a top 5 Real Estate market in the US). If you haven't fallen in love with Denver yet, here are 99 reasons why you should. And when you finally decide to make that move to the Mile High City, give the top-rated Denver real estate agents a call.

99 reasons to fall in love with Denver

 

  1. Voodoo Doughnuts (and the world-famous bacon maple bar)
  2. Is there a better place to live during a pandemic? It is an outdoor haven, and there’s something about that fresh Mtn air that just makes things feel better.
  3. Washington Park on a summer's day
  4. The world-famous Red Rocks Amphitheater
  5. Whitewater rafting is just 30 minutes away
  6. Fun casinos are just a 45-minute drive
  7. The magic tree that plays music when you open the secret door (anyone know where it is?!)
  8. 16th Street Mall is the perfect place to get your 'weird' on
  9. REI flagship store
  10. Intertube down rapids in the heart of Denver at Confluence Park
  11. Denver brews more beer than any other city (Denver is home to 148+ breweries, with many located in Downtown Denver)
  12. The world's largest flat-top mountain is in Grand Mesa, just a few hours away
  13. Every year Denver hosts the world's largest rodeo, the Western Stock Show - Yeehaw!
  14. We have the largest city park system in the nation with 205 parks inside the city limits and 20,000 acres of park in the nearby mountains
  15. Rocky Mountain National Park, the outdoor holy grail, is a 90-minute drive from Denver
  16. Denver Union Station (play the pick a random train game)
  17. The tallest sand dune in America is in the Great Sand Dunes National Park
  18. Cupcakes from French for Sugar. Scratch that, everything from French for Sugar
  19. Kaying in Downtown Golden
  20. Stand up paddle boarding at Bear Creek State Park
  21. Wakeboarding at Sloan's Lake (literally inside Denver)
  22. The world's largest natural hot springs pool is located in Glenwood Springs
  23. Yes, they call it Menver ladies (19,000 extra men are available for those single gals)
  24. Kickball at City Park (KIFAC is awesome)
  25. The home to the second-largest performing arts complex in the nation (10 theaters, seating 10,000 people in total!)
  26. Marijuana is legal and very, very normal
  27. Pablo's Coffee (Danger Monkey)
  28. Opening day at Coor's Field
  29. Denver St Patrick's Day Parade
  30. One of the most bike-friendly cities in the US
  31. The Mile High Culture Pass
  32. GO BRONCOS!
  33. Where else can you ski and golf all in the same day?
  34. 300 days of sunshine per year (that's more than San Diego or Tampa Bay)
  35. A major sports team from every professional sport (Broncos, Rockies, Nuggets, Avalanche, Rapids, & Mammoth)
  36. You can scuba dive with sharks
  37. Rocky Mountain sunsets (see also: Coors Field)
  38. The financial savings of drinking at altitude (less beer for the same buzz!)
  39. Larimer Square at night
  40. The 9 hidden elves in the Museum of Nature & Science
  41. It's the only US. city to turn down the Winter Olympics
  42. The Mayan Theater (best brew and view)
  43. Frozen Dead Guy Days is a short drive away every year and one of the most bizarre festivals you will ever attend
  44. Yes, Denver is a Mile High, and there are plenty of places around town that mark exactly 5,280 ft of altitude. Like the steps at the Capitol building, and a row of seats at Coors Field. And yes, it does give our sports teams a real home-field advantage. But did you know that Denver is just the 3rd highest capital city in the country, behind Santa Fe and Cheyenne?
  45. Stand in line for the best ice cream in town at Little Man ice cream
  46. The rooftop bar at Linger (did you know it used to be a mortuary?!) There may or may not be a camp trailer posing as a bar.
  47. The best improv at Bovine Metropolis Improv Comedy
  48. The RiNo District Brewery Tour (there's even a FREE weekend shuttle now!)
  49. Tennyson Street first Friday
  50. Avanti Food & Beverage (when you have a large group and everyone wants something different)
  51. An airport that looks like a circus tent
  52. And has several conspiracy theories...
  53. Cooper Lounge (overlooking the terminal of Union Station!)
  54. Denver Botanic Gardens
  55. The best real estate brokerage in Denver
  56. 1Up Arcade & Bar (Ahem, Pacman and giant Jenga. Need we say more?!)
  57. Williams & Graham Prohibition-era Speakeasy
  58. Denver Central Market (11 vendors, one house)
  59. Bluebird Theater for live music
  60. Antique shopping at Antique Row
  61. Denver Money Museum (you can get your very own bag of shredded money!)
  62. Everyone is so nice (we sometimes wonder if it's the lack of oxygen?!)
  63. The Unsinkable Molly Brown House Museum
  64. Afternoon Tea at Brown Palace
  65. A wildlife refuge at a former nuclear superfund site - Rocky Mountain Arsenal Wildlife Refuge
  66. The top rated Real Estate agents in all of Denver
  67. The sky really is bluer! (thanks to less water vapor in the air at this altitude!)
  68. The Big Blue Bear peeking into the Convention Center
  69. The food trucks at Civic Center Park
  70. Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum
  71. 12 ski areas within a 2 hour drive
  72. Bikalope Tour
  73. Rocky Mountain Oysters (yes, it's a real thing)
  74. from Denver's oldest restaurant (Buckhorn Exchange)
  75. Denver Cat Company (for the feline lovers among us)
  76. The Children's Museum of Denver
  77. Elitch Gardens (we hope they open this Summer)
  78. Dinosaur Ridge is the #1 Dinosaur track site in the nation, with over 300 Dinosaur tracks! There is a visitor's center, and then you can take a guided tour back in time. Dinoridge.org
  79. Crazy architecture at the Denver Art Museum (kids get in FREE!)
  80. The famous Hammond's Candy Factory
  81. Four Mile Historic Park (home to Denver's oldest standing structure!)
  82. The best gift ever Dushanbe tea house in Boulder
  83. Colorado Dragon Boat Festival
  84. Zombies take over the city once a year
  85. And Santa too
  86. Great American (Drunken) Beer Festival (Party)
  87. You can take a train skiing
  88. You can eat outdoors in the middle of February!
  89. You can drive to Vail in 2 hours for the best bowl skiing in the country
  90. Cheesman Park (Did you know it used to be a cemetery? Do you think it's haunted?!)
  91. The Rumble in the Rockies (best night of amateur boxing for the best cause)
  92. Book Bar Denver (That's right, part bookstore, part bar!)
  93. You can cross country ski on many golf courses throughout the winter
  94. Wine (or beer!) & chocolate classes at The Chocolate Therapist
  95. The Paramount Theater
  96. The Crawford Hotel (at Union Station)
  97. You can run around Denver in your underwear (Cupid's Undie Fun Run)
  98. Our claim to fame, the Movie - Things to Do in Denver While Your Dead
  99. The best hangover cure out there (pssst, CBD coffee)

 

Posted in 10best, 360tip, Things To do
Feb. 2, 2021

5 Inspiring Home Design and Remodeling Trends for 2021

We’ve all spent a lot more time at home over the past year. And for many of us, our homes have become our office, our classroom, our gym—and most importantly, our safe haven during times of uncertainty. So it’s no surprise to see that design trends for 2021 revolve around soothing color palettes, cozy character, and quiet retreats.

Even if you don’t have immediate plans to buy or sell your home, we advise our clients to be mindful of modern design preferences when planning a remodel or even redecorating. Over-personalized or unpopular renovations could lower your property’s value. And selecting out-of-style fixtures and finishes could cause your home to feel dated quickly.

To help inspire your design projects this year, we’ve rounded up five of the hottest trends.  Keep in mind, not all of these will work well in every house. If you plan to buy, list, or renovate your property, give us a call. We can help you realize your vision and maximize the impact of your investment.

1. Uplifting Colors

Colors are gravitating toward warm and happy shades that convey a sense of coziness, comfort, and wellbeing. This year’s palettes draw from earthy hues, warm neutrals, and soothing blues and greens.1

While white and gray are still safe options, expect to see alternative neutrals become increasingly popular choices for walls, cabinets, and furnishings in 2021. For a fresh and sophisticated look, try one of these 2021 paint colors of the year: 

  • Aegean Teal (coastal blue) by Benjamin Moore
  • Urbane Bronze (brownish-gray) by Sherwin-Williams 
  • Soft Candlelight (muted yellow) by Valspar 

On the opposite end of the spectrum, indigo, ruby, sapphire and plum are showing up on everything from fireplace mantels and floating shelves to fabrics and home accessories. These classic, rich hues can help bring warmth, depth, and a touch of luxury to your living space.

To incorporate these colors, designers recommend using the “60-30-10 Rule.” Basically, choose a dominant color to cover 60% of your room. For example, your walls, rugs, and sofa might all be varying shades of beige or gray. Then layer in a secondary color for 30% of the room. This might include draperies and accent furniture. Finally, select an accent color for 10% of your room, which can be showcased through artwork and accessories.


2. Curated Collections

After a decade of minimalism, there’s been a shift towards highly-decorative and personalized interiors that incorporate more color, texture, and character. Clearly-defined styles (e.g., mid-century modern, industrial, modern farmhouse) are being replaced by a curated look, with furnishings, fixtures, and accessories that appear to have been collected over time.3 

This trend has extended to the kitchen, where atmosphere has become as important as functionality. The ubiquitous all-white kitchen is fading in popularity as homeowners opt for unique touches that help individualize their space. If you’re planning a kitchen remodel, consider mixing in other neutrals—like gray, black, and light wood—for a more custom, pieced-together look. And instead of a subway tile backsplash, check out zellige tile (i.e., handmade, square Moroccan tiles) for a modern alternative with old-world flair.4


3. Reimagined Living Spaces

The pandemic forced many of us to rethink our home design. From multipurpose rooms to converted closets to backyard cottages, we’ve had to find creative ways to manage virtual meetings and school. And designers expect these changes to impact the way we live and work for years to come.

For example, some home builders are predicting the end of open-concept floor plans as we know them.5 Instead, buyers are searching for cozier spaces with more separation and privacy. Cue the addition of alcoves, pocket doors, and sliding partitions that enable homeowners to section off rooms as needed.4 

The necessity of a home office space is also here to stay. But what if you don’t have a dedicated room? Alternative workspaces have become increasingly popular. In fact, one of the biggest trends on Pinterest this year is the “cloffice”—essentially a spare closet turned home office. Searches for “home library design” and “bookshelf room divider” are on the rise, as well.6

4. Staycation-Worthy Retreats 

With travel options limited right now, more homeowners are turning their vacation budgets into staycation budgets. Essentially, recreate the resort experience at home—and enjoy it 365 days a year!

Bedrooms should provide a soothing sanctuary for rest and relaxation. But this year, minimalist decor and muted colors are giving way to bolder statement pieces. To create a “boutique hotel” look in your own bedroom, start with a large, upholstered headboard in a rich color or pattern. Layer on organic linen bedding and a chunky wool throw, then complete the look with a pair of matching bedside wall lights.7 

Carry those vacation-vibes into your bathroom with some of the top luxury upgrades for 2021. Curbless showers and freestanding tubs continue to be popular choices that offer a modern and spacious feel, and large-format shower tiles with minimal grout lines make clean up a breeze. Add a floating vanity and aromatherapy shower head for the ultimate spa-like experience.4

5. Outdoor Upgrades

From exercise to gardening to safer options for entertaining, the pandemic has led homeowners to utilize their outdoor spaces more than ever. In fact, backyard swimming pool sales skyrocketed in 2020, with many installers reporting unprecedented demand.8 But a new pool isn’t the only way homeowners can elevate their outdoor areas this year.

The home design website Houzz recently named 2021 “the year of the pergola.” They’re a relatively quick and affordable option to add shade and ambiance to your backyard.4 Another hot trend? Decked-out, custom playgrounds for exercising (and occupying) the youngest family members who may be missing out on school and extracurricular activities.9 

But don’t limit your budget to the backyard. Landscapers are reporting an increase in front yard enhancements, including porch additions and expanded seating options. These “social front yards” enable neighbors to stay connected while observing social-distancing guidelines.10


DESIGNED TO SELL

Are you contemplating a remodel? Want to find out how upgrades could impact the value of your home? Buyer preferences vary greatly by neighborhood and price range. We can share our insights and offer tips on how to maximize the return on your investment. And if you’re in the market to sell, we can run a Comparative Market Analysis on your home to find out how it compares to others in the area. Contact us to schedule a free consultation!

 

 

Sources:

1. Good Housekeeping  -

https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/home/decorating-ideas/g34762178/home-decor-trends-2021/

2. The Spruce – 

https://www.thespruce.com/timeless-color-rule-797859 

3. Homes & Gardens – 

https://www.homesandgardens.com/news/interior-design-trends-2021

4. Houzz – 

https://www.houzz.com/magazine/36-home-design-trends-ready-for-takeoff-in-2021-stsetivw-vs~142229851

5. Zillow -

https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/the-end-of-open-floor-plans-how-homes-will-look-different-after-coronavirus-301080662.html

6. Pinterest -

https://business.pinterest.com/content/pinterest-predicts/more-door/

7. Homes & Gardens – 

https://www.homesandgardens.com/spaces/decorating/bedroom-trends-224944 

8. Reuters -

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-pools/pool-sales-skyrocket-as-consumers-splash-out-on-coronavirus-cocoons-idUSKCN2520HW

9. Realtor.com -

https://www.realtor.com/advice/home-improvement/2021-design-trends/

10. Realtor Magazine -

https://magazine.realtor/daily-news/2020/12/09/4-outdoor-home-trends-that-may-gain-steam-in-2021

 

Jan. 7, 2021

New Year, New Home? Set Homeownership Goals

Set Homeownership Goals Whether You’re Buying, Selling, or Staying Put


The start of a new year always compels people to take a fresh look at their goals, from health and career to relationships and finance. But with historically low mortgage rates, increased home sales and price growth, and a tight housing inventory, the time is right to also make some homeownership resolutions for 2021.

Homebuyers, is this the year you work to improve your credit score, pay down some debt, or save for a down payment?

Home sellers, we’ve laid out plans for you to get top dollar for your property, including timing your home sale, making your property stand out from the crowd, and investing in your extra living space.

And even if you’re staying put for a while, homeowners, you can resolve to improve your status quo by evaluating your home budget, finalizing your home maintenance schedule, or maybe investing in a second property.

So no matter your homeownership status, we’ve got some ideas and advice for you to make this year your best one yet. Read on to learn more. 

HOME BUYERS


Resolution #1: Qualify for a better mortgage with a higher credit score
.

Your credit report highlights your current debt, bill-paying history, and other key financial information. Importantly for your home-buying journey, it is also used by lenders and companies to calculate your credit score, which partly determines if you are qualified to obtain a mortgage. Therefore, before you start house-hunting, make sure your finances are in the best possible shape by checking your credit report from Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion (via AnnualCreditReport.com). You can also obtain your credit score for free from some banks and credit card companies.

Your credit score will be a number ranging from 300-850.1 Generally speaking, a credit score of 740 or higher is considered very good to excellent.2 If your FICO score drops below 740, you might need to work at boosting your score for a few months before you begin house-hunting. Ways to do this are to pay your bills on time every month, keep your credit card balances low, and avoid applying for new credit.


Resolution #2: Improve your credit health by paying down debt
.

Do you have student loans, credit card debt, or car payments tying up your income each month? That debt is hurting your “buying power,” or the amount of home you can afford. Not only is it money that you can't spend on your new home, but your debt-to-income ratio also affects your credit score, which we discussed above. The less debt you have, the higher your FICO score and the better mortgage you can obtain.

If you can, pay off some debt in its entiretylike a low balance on a credit card. Then apply that "extra" money you previously paid on that credit card to pay off bigger debt, like a car loan. Even if you can’t pay off all (or any) of your debt in full, reducing the balances of each account will help you qualify for the best possible mortgage terms.


Resolution #3: Create a financial safety net before applying for a mortgage.

Don’t forget that buying a home requires some cash as well. A down payment is typically 7% of a home’s purchase price, and closing costs currently average $3,700.3,4 You’ll also need money for moving expenses and any initial maintenance tasks that might pop up. And as the pandemic taught us, you never know when an unforeseen event might cause a job loss, drop in income, or health scare, so having some liquid savings will ensure that you can still pay your mortgage if a crisis occurs.

Dedicate some effort to building up your reserves. Cut down on unnecessary expenses, and consider having a portion of each paycheck automatically deposited into your savings account to avoid the temptation to spend it. 

HOME SELLERS


Resolution #4: Decide on the right time to sell your home
.

If you’re looking to maximize profit on the sale of your home, selling earlier in the year makes sense. Listing prices historically increase early in the year, peak in May, plateau through June, and decrease for the remainder of the year.5 And, according to the National Association of Realtors, “[w]ith both mortgage rates and the number of homes available for sale expected to remain relatively low, home prices are likely to continue to increase. [In] mid-January, home prices typically begin a quick ramp-up in a normal year.”5

But the sales price isn’t the only thing to consider. You might not be ready to sell your home yet because you don't want to uproot your kids during the school year or because you need to tackle some minor upgrades before placing your home on the market.

This means that there is no one month or season that is the perfect time to sell your home. Instead, the right timeline for you takes into account factors such as when you’ll earn the highest profit, personal convenience, and whether your home is even ready to put on the market. A trusted real estate professional can talk you through your specific needs to clarify when to sell your home.


Resolution #5: Boost your home’s resale value by making your property shine.

Housing inventory is at historic lows across the country, and that means the market is fiercely competitive.6 Selling your home in 2021 has the potential to net you a huge return right now, and you can maximize that amount with some simple fixes to make sure your property outshines your neighbors' for sale down the street.

In your home, you might need to tackle a minor remodeling project, such as upgrading the flooring or adding a fresh coat of paint. According to the National Association of Realtors’ 2019 Remodeling Impact Report, simply refinishing existing hardwood floors recoups 100% of the cost at resale, and completely replacing it with new wood flooring recovers 106% of costs.7

Outside, you might consider improving your curb appeal by removing a dead bush, trimming a tree that blocks the front window, or power-washing your moldy driveway and sidewalks. In fact, real estate agents say cleaning the exterior of your house can add $10,000 to $15,000 to a home’s sale price.8 And according to a Virginia Tech study, improving a home’s landscaping may increase its value by 10 to 12%.9
 

A good agent should provide custom-tailored suggestions to ensure your property pops inside and out. Ask us about our local insider secrets that will make your home stand out from others on the market. 

Resolution #6: Invest in your “extra” living space to meet current buyers’ needs.

Due to COVID-19, more people are staying at home to work, go to school, exercise, and stay entertained. And these lifestyle changes are showing up in home buyer preferences. For example, according to one study, buyers are looking more and more for homes with formal, outfitted home offices, private outdoor spaces, and updated kitchen appliances.10

So if you’ve got an underutilized room, consider turning it into an office, home gym, schoolroom, or multi-purpose room to meet current home buyer needs and attract better offers on your home. Got some underwhelming space outside? You could turn it into an outdoor entertainment area by adding a firepit, upgrading the patio furniture, or installing a grilling area. Be sure to consult with a local real estate professional before investing in a renovation, however, as each market’s buyers have different tastes. 

HOMEOWNERS


Resolution #7: Evaluate your household budget to reflect financial changes.

After this past year, in particular, your financial picture may have changed. Maybe you were furloughed, had your hours reduced, or got a new job further from home. Perhaps you’ve kept the same job, but you’re now working remotely. A work-from-home arrangement could mean less money spent on gas, tolls, a professional wardrobe, and dining out for lunch.

But this could also mean new (or increased) expenses now that you’re working at home, such as new tech-related purchases, faster Wi-Fi, and higher energy bills. January marks the perfect opportunity to update your income and expenses and review last year’s spending habits, tweaking as needed for 2021. 

For more specific ideas, contact us for our free report "20 Ways to Save Money and Stretch Your Household Budget."

 

Resolution #8: Save money now (and earn more later) with a home maintenance plan.

Having a schedule of regular home maintenance projects to tackle will save you money now and in the long-term. You’ll avoid some surprise “emergency fixes,” and when you’re ready to eventually sell your home, you’ll get higher offers from buyers who aren’t put off by overdue repairs.

Even if nothing necessarily needs fixing right now, you can lower your energy costs by maintaining and upgrading your home.  According to the U.S. Department of Energy, simple fixes add up: replace five most frequently used bulbs with ENERGY STAR ones to save $75/year; repair leaky faucets to save $35/year; replace older toilets with low-flow models to save $100/year; and seal air leaks to save $83-$166/year.11 

For a breakdown of home maintenance projects to tackle throughout the year, contact us for our free report “House Care Calendar: A Seasonal Guide to Maintaining Your Home.” 

 

Resolution #9: Invest in real estate for a better standard of living. 

Even if you don’t plan on leaving your current residence, real estate is a great way to improve your quality of life in 2021. 

Have cabin fever from the long quarantine? A vacation home in a getaway location you love lets you safely spread your wings. And if you have been looking for a second stream of income, an investment property might be your answer. Just be sure to consult with a real estate professional to get a realistic sense of a property’s true income potential. 

Want more information on how a second property fits into your 2021 plans? Request our free report, "Move Up vs Second Home: Which One Is Right For You?"  

LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR 2021 GOALS

Without a plan and a support system, 55% of Americans will break their new year’s resolutions.12 Whether you’re looking to buy, sell, or stay put in your home, it helps to connect with a trusted real estate agent to keep you motivated and on track.

As local market experts, we have the knowledge, experience, and networks to help you achieve your homeownership goals, whatever they may be. Reach out to us today for a free consultation and commit to a happy and prosperous new year. 

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Sources:

1.     USA.gov -
https://www.usa.gov/credit-report

2.     Equifax -
https://www.equifax.com/personal/education/credit/score/what-is-a-good-credit-score/

3.     NerdWallet -
https://www.nerdwallet.com/article/mortgages/the-20-mortgage-down-payment-is-dead

4.     Zillow -
https://www.zillow.com/mortgage-learning/closing-costs/

5.     Realtor.com -
https://www.realtor.com/research/we-should-be-in-a-buyers-market-right-now-but-covid-turned-everything-upside-down-best-time-to-buy-a-home

6.     Business Insider -
https://www.businessinsider.com/how-2020-broke-the-housing-market-inventory-could-run-out-2020-9

7.     National Association of Realtors -
https://www.nar.realtor/sites/default/files/documents/2019-remodeling-impact-10-03-2019.pdf

8.     House Logic -
https://www.houselogic.com/save-money-add-value/add-value-to-your-home/adding-curb-appeal-value-to-home/

9.     Virginia Cooperative Extension -
https://www.pubs.ext.vt.edu/content/dam/pubs_ext_vt_edu/426/426-087/426-087.pdf

10.   HomeLight -
https://www.homelight.com/blog/top-agent-insights-for-q2-2020/

11.   U.S. Department of Energy -
https://www.energy.gov/energysaver/articles/how-much-can-you-really-save-energy-efficient-improvements

12.   Ipsos -
https://www.ipsos.com/en-us/urban-plates-ipsos-NY-Resolutions

 

Posted in 360tip
Sept. 18, 2020

Where to Leaf Peep in Colorado Right Now

Fall is such an amazing time in Colorado. As the air gets crisper, it's time to start thinking about some of the best leaf-peeping spots in the state.

Starting in mid-September, expect to see aspens turning gold at elevations from 8,000 to 10,000 above sea level. Later in the season in October to mid-November, you can see spectacular color down in the foothills and along the plains in Denver.

Discovery Loop/ Jim Creek Trail

This popular hiking trail is just 3 miles South of downtown Winter Park. The trail follows Jim Creek into the James Peak Protection Area. The sound of the creek creates a relaxing trek into the woods. The trail is approximately 7 miles round-trip, gains 1,225 feet, and is considered moderate. The trail opens to beautiful meadows with views of James Peak and dozens of aspen groves that cover the mountainside.

Buffalo Pass

Situated in Steamboat’s backyard, Buffalo Pass offers remarkable views of the rolling Routt National Forest. It begins winding through aspen groves almost immediately on it’s way up to 10,400 feet at Summit Lake. The road begins as a 2WD dirt road but gets progressively more bumpy as you near the top. If going all the way to Walden, it’s best to have higher clearance and 4WD, but you could probably manage with 2WD if you go slow.

best leaf viewing colorado

Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park

Just an hour-long drive from Boulder, Trail Ridge Road is a scenic, 48-mile byway that takes travelers through the national park between Estes Park and Grand Lake. Reaching an elevation of 12,183 feet at its peak, Trail Ridge Road offers plenty of places to pull over, take photos, and enjoy the sea of colors that blanket the surrounding hills. Reservations are required for all vehicles entering the park.

Golden Gate Canyon in Golden, Colorado

For those in the Denver Metro area looking for a spot to see the trees without traveling too far, Golden Gate Canyon is a great option. Here, you can hike, bike, camp, fish, and even ride horses while being surrounded by the bright yellow leaves. 

Take a Gondola up Vail Mountain

From picturesque Vail Village, enjoy a scenic ride up Gondola One to Mid-Vail, which offers breathtaking views of shimmering aspen groves and the majestic Gore Range beyond.

Kebler Pass near Crested Butte

Kebler Pass spans the 30 miles between Crested Butte and Highway 133. This road is one of the most photographed locations in Colorado during the fall. Pack your camera and hit the road to snap some pictures of the beautiful fall foliage.

Aspen Alley in Breckenridge

The name says it all: Aspen Alley is one of the best places to see the leaves change colors in Summit County. Hop on a mountain bike and ride through this rollercoaster of a trail, dipping and curving through the forest of yellow, green, red, and orange leaves. 

The San Juan Skyway near Telluride

Take in the sights of The San Juan Skyway as you weave through Durango, Silverton, and Telluride. The golden colors of the aspens can be seen throughout the seven-hour drive. 

Posted in 360tip, Things To do
July 30, 2020

Moving to Colorado? Here’s a Checklist to Help You Feel at Home Quickly

Colorado is a beautiful place to live in and raise a family. But, of course, if you’re a new transplant to the state, it can take some getting used to—not the least of Colorado’s high altitude and cold climate. Therefore, it’s important to make sure that your family has everything it needs to get comfortable the moment you arrive, as well as get all the nitty-gritty details of becoming residents taken care of. Here’s a checklist of sorts on the steps you need to take.

 

Home Essentials

 

The sooner you get your home outfitted and stocked up with the basics that your family needs to thrive, the sooner you can settle down in your new home.

 

● It’s never too early to ensure that your home is safe and warm for winter.

● Look for insulation professionals to take care of repairs or upgrades as needed.

● Get your phone and internet wiring installed right off the bat.

● Ensure your all set up for trash and recycling.

● Make sure to choose the best and fastest internet available.

 

Newcomer Necessities

 

Get essential tasks out of the way so that you can begin your new life without delay.

 

● As a new resident, one of your first steps should be to sort out your driver’s license, and vehicle registration at the local DMV as this can take time.

● Of course, you also want to get your kids signed up for school as soon as possible, so have an open enrollment checklist handy.

● It’s a must to take steps in getting yourself and your family used to the high altitude and cold winters.

 

Neighborhood Groundwork

 

Making an effort to get to know your new locale is the best way to hit the ground running.

 

● Make an effort to find out what’s there to love about your new neighborhood and its quirks.

● Searching for a home? Hire Denver's top-rated real estate agents at 360dwellings. 

● To quickly meet new people in your community, find local clubs and activities that pique your interests.

● Help your kids make new friends, as well, to help them adjust to your new home. 

 

 

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There are always challenges when moving to a new place, and relocating to Colorado is no different. By knowing what you need to do and having a plan to get them done, you’ll soon be settled in and truly at home.

Posted in 360tip
April 6, 2020

April 2020 - 360 Newsletter

How our reality has changed. Toward the beginning of March, the Denver Metro spring market was giving indications of being one of our best. Before the month was over, we were all thinking about what was ahead for us, the real estate industry and our nation.

We are all attempting to make sense of how to endure the financial changes brought about by the COVID-19 virus and the subsequent statewide stay-at-home request. Luckily, our business has been deemed essential.  Our first priority is the health of our clients and the communities that we all live and work in.  There are individuals out there who need to purchase a home and other people who need to sell, so we keep on working. In any case, the manner in which we carry out our responsibilities has changed.

We have entered the age of virtual tours, videos and FaceTime walk-throughs for marketing so buyers don't have to enter properties unless they truly think it might be the one they want to buy.  We are also completing transactions at no-contact, curbside closings and have a new contract called the COVID-19 Addendum while following CDC regulations to follow when listing and showing homes.

Although it's different, real estate is still being transacted in the Denver Metro area.  There were 30.24 percent new listings added to the market in March, which pushed the number of active listings at months end up 19.46 percent to 5,776.  This jump in inventory may spark anxiety that we are on our way back to the huge excess inventory days of the last recession, but to put it into perspective, that is 8.20 percent fewer active listings than the same month last year and all price ranges are still in a sellers market.

We saw a new record this month with the average close price for all attached and detached homes sitting at $513,526.  This is the first time that's topped the half-million -dollar mark.  With the number of pending contracts increasing to 8.03 percent month over month, there was an increase of 12.02 percent more sales.  Houses are selling 23.68 percent faster, an average of 29 days, compared to 38 in the prior month.

The last week of March was certainly different than the first and April will be unlike any other we've experienced.  As we move into the coming months, rest assured that we are monitoring the situation and we will be keeping a close eye on the market.  We are always here to answer any real estate questions and to address your needs and concerns.

Stay well!  We will get through this together!


Average Single Family Home Price: $567,382
Average Condo Price: $386,344
Total Number of Properties for Sale: 5,776

Average Days on Market: 29

Virtual Tour of the Louvre

You've imagined going to the Louvre, or perhaps you've already been, now is your chance to experience it for the first time or to view it at your leisure.  There are numerous exhibitions that you can view from the comfort of your own home!
Ongoing  - More Info

Sushi Rolling Master Class

A chance to learn a new skill and dinner in one!  You can tune in for a sushi rolling master class via zoom and down your very own handmade rolls.  Tickets include everything you need, including ingredients, along with two bottles of Colorado Sake Co.'s namesake booze!

Ongoing  - More Info

Down Dog

Create your own unique and personalized yoga practice by choosing your level, voice, time and music!  Now is a great time to take advantage of the benefits of yoga!
Free until May 1  - More Info

Visit the Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska

Visit this beautiful National Park, virtually!  The tour will let you explore glaciers, fjords and icebergs located in the Alaskan wilderness!

Ongoing  -  More Info

Take a virtual Tour of the Denver Zoo
Take a peek around the Denver Zoo!  While the zoo may be closed, there are over 3,000 animals in residence and you can even view the Baby Rhino Cam!  There are videos, activity ideas and so much more!
Ongoing  - More Info

 

 

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April 6, 2020

March 2020 - 360 Newsletter

As the saying goes, "In like a lion, out like a lamb."  This past February was one of the snowiest one's on record, yet agents put more homes on the market, up 5.56 percent from the prior month.  There was a 7.08 percent shift of more homes being placed in a pending status and we closed 3.16 percent more deals than in January.

February is the month of love, but not everything was rosy.  There were 4,835 homes for sale in the entire 11-county metro area at the end of February and that's 106 fewer active listings than the end of January.  New listings are moved into pending status quickly and the there was more talk of multiple-offer situations than were occurring just a few months ago.  Fewer homes to choose from pushes prices up in communities that already have affordability issues so now is the time to get your home listed and on the market and we're here to help with that!

The low months of inventory means that sellers are in the power seat in all price segments, except for homes in the luxury market.  Homes priced above $1 million had higher months of inventory indicating that buyers may have more power in the negotiations in some areas.

Despite some struggles with the stock market, real estate stayed strong.  The median days on market dropped 55.56 percent to 12 days in February from 27 in January.  The average closed price of a detached home came in at $544,054 and that's up 2.51 percent month-over-month and 6.11 percent year to date.  Some people that are heavily invested in the stock market are shifting funds into real estate , considering it a more stable investment, especially with interest rates at near record lows.

Now is the time to list your home or buy a home and a perfect time to give us a call to come up with the strategy to get you what you want!


Average Single Family Home Price: $544,054
Average Condo Price: $368,936
Total Number of Properties for Sale: 4,835

Average Days on Market: 39

Denver St. Patrick's Day Parade

Come down to see colorful floats and listen to fantastic music all while surrounded by Irish good cheer at the 58th annual Denver St. Patrick's Day Parade!  The admission is free and this event is always a good time!

Mar. 14 - 9:30am  - More Info

2020 Mile High Beer Fest

The legendary, always local, always sold out Mile High Beer Fest returns in 2020!  Join them in their new downtown venue, The McNichols Building, as we sample the best craft beers in the great state of Colorado.

Mar. 21 - 1:00pm - 9:00pm  - More Info

Ohm Yoga Festival

Zen out and enjoy a yoga festival filled with classes, workshops, mindful vendors, food and yogi crafts! A Yoga celebration everyone can enjoy!

Mar. 22 - 9:00am - 3:00pm  - More Info

Earl Klugh's Weekend of Jazz

Spoil yourself with a unique, intimate, musically driven luxury-lifestyle getaway.  Jazz enthusiasts will be provided with world-class talent, incredible live musical moments, exceptional wine, cuisine and service, fitness and wellness experiences and more - all taking place amid the splendor of the Broadmoor Resort.

Mar. 26 - Mar. 28  -  More Info

Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure
Turn Denver into a giant board game with this fun scavenger hunt adventure. Combine the excitement of the Amazing Race with a three hour city tour. Guided from any smart phone, teams make their way among popular and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning history.
Mar. 31 9:00am - 8:00pm  - More InfoWant to know what your home is worth?

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Posted in Real Estate Tips
March 24, 2020

Introducing 360-VR Listings

In response to the COVID-19 virus, we are offering the 360dwellings Virtual Real(ity) Estate Listing Package, 360-VR. We are combining state of the art technology with practical execution for our clients to sell homes safely and securely during this pandemic. Our 360-VR package includes our standard listing best practices + state of the art technology that allows buyers to visit your home from the comfort of their own home and ask questions in real-time.  

360 vr listings

360-VR package:

  • Virtuance HD Real Photography
  • Property Website
  • Matterport 3D Virtual Walkthrough
  • Zillow Walkthrough Video & 3D Listing
  • Floorplan w/ Laser Measurements
  • Pop Up Postcards
  • Zoom Open Houses
  • Facetime Showings
  • Sanitary Buyer Visits (booties, gloves, and masks)
  • Electronic Signature Closings 

On top of the 360-VR tech, we will execute our best-of-breed marketing plan to make sure your listing is seen online by as many potential buyers as possible. 

360dwellings Marketing Plan:

  • Professional Home Staging
  • Accurate pricing analysis
  • Exclusive listing launch campaign using Instagram & Facebook ads
  • Email marketing to 24,000 agents
  • Reverse prospecting campaign targeting 100+ agents with an exact-match buyer for your home
  • Facebook listing and marketing on @360dwellings
  • Directional signs on weekends 
  • High-quality digital and printed flyers
  • Highly visible yard arm sign
  • Detailed & accurate MLS listing input (incl. room measurements)
  • Showing desk w/ text showings and real-time feedback
  • Our proprietary go-to-market strategy to sell in the quickest amount of time at the highest possible price (the secret sauce)
  • Listing syndication to Zillow, Trulia, Redfin, Realtor.com and more
  • Transaction Coordinator to assist in disclosures and contract compliance
  • Professional negotiation and contract management
Feb. 6, 2020

February 2020 - 360dwellings Newsletter

Hello All,

February is here and we're galloping into the second month of the year!  January is always a little hectic with to-do lists and coming off of the holiday season, so you should take a moment or two to take part of all the fun things that Denver has to offer this month!  Aside from the love that Valentine's Day brings, we still have plenty of winter activities in Colorado to take advantage of.  Now is the time to revel in the chilly weather because warmer days will be upon us before you know it!  If you're looking to buy or sell, let us help you spring into action!

We're off to a brisk start in the real estate market for 2020!  In January, 4,853 new listings came on the market, a massive 89.27 percent increase from the month prior. However, the month ended with 4,941 active listings, a 1.91 percent drop from December, because homebuyers placed 43 percent more homes in pending status month over month which diminished the housing inventory surplus.

Historically we get a big influx in January and, this year, homebuyers apparently liked what they saw because they were scooping them up faster than they were coming on the market. In fact, 70 more homes shifted to a pending status than showed up as new listings, gnawing away at our end of month active inventory surplus.

Continued low mortgage interest rates, 18 days above the average temperatures in January, and no postseason Denver Broncos games were some of the reasons the Denver-area housing market heated up early.  According to some, the Denver Metro real estate market kicks into high gear following the Bronco’s last game each season.  Let's get started!

 

Average Single Family Home Price: $532,494

Average Condo Price: $355,754

Total Number of Properties for Sale: 4,941

Average Days on Market: 45

Winter wonderland fun in the Rocky Mountains

Loveland Sweetheart Festival

Celebrate the most romantic time of the year in America's Sweetheart City!  There's a classic 4-mile race, a laser light show and you can visit the Palace of Sweets - held inside the state's largest inflatable igloo!  There are plenty of other activities for the whole family!

Feb. 14 - 15  - More Info

Cripple Creek Ice Fest
Two weekends filled with fun events and interactive sculptures for all attendees to climb on for a selfie or a group photo. There's an ice slide for kids, numerous street vendors and a heated beer tent to enjoy a refreshing beverage!

Feb. 8 - Feb. 16  - More Info

Colorado Pond Hockey Tournament

The smell of woodsmoke in the mountain air, the sound of hockey sticks clashing and skates carving through the ice.  This is your chance to experience hockey in its root form in Silverthorne at Lake Dillon!

Feb 14 - Feb. 16  - More Info

Winter Tequila Tasting Festival

If you've had your fill of craft beers and microbrews, this is the event for you!  It's a flavor adventure for your tastebuds sampling dozens of tequila and agave varieties!

Feb. 22 3:00pm - 6:00pm  -  More Info

Carnivale & Mumbo Jumbo Gumbo Cook-Off
Manitou Springs' Soda Springs Park is hosting the delicious Mumbo Jumbo Gumbo Cook-off with samples from professional chefs and amateurs vying for trophies!  The cook-off is followed by a family friendly Carnivale Parade.  Come join the fun!
Feb. 21 - Feb. 22  - More Info

Want to know what your home is worth?
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COMING SOON
11268 Grove St. #E 
 - Westminster - $417,500

Rare 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom townhome for sale in Stratford Lakes. Balcony views of open spaces, lakes, mountains & more! Enter through the private, fenced courtyard with a large floating deck & low-maintenance landscaping. Enter the front door to the large living room with high ceilings & a powder bathroom for guests. Up a flight of stairs to the "loft living area" with a dining room, family room, nook and large kitchen with an island. Features a see-through gas fireplace between the family room & dining area, a balcony & newly refinished hardwood floors. Continue upstairs to the oversized Master Suite with vaulted ceilings & private balcony overlooking the courtyard. Attached is a 5 piece master bathroom & a walk-in closet. Down the hall, there are an additional 2 bedrooms, a full-size bathroom & convenient laundry room. The basement was recently finished to include a storage room, bedroom/den, attached bathroom. New windows and sliding glass door on South side of home. 

2939 W. 23rd Ave #6 - Denver - $589,000
ACTIVE
Another amazing townhome project by Rise Development— located in the heart of Jefferson Park. Inspired townhome living with high end finishes including natural finished hardwood floors, European cabinets and 3CM Quartz counters.

1810 Irving St Unit #8 - Denver - $469,000
ACTIVE
Another amazing townhome project by Rise Development— located in the heart of Sloan’s Lake. The vaulted ceiling in each bedroom adds to the open feel. One car attached garage. Located 4 blocks east of Sloan’s Lake— spend your days paddle-boarding or wakeboarding.

3051 N Saint Paul Street - Denver - $649,000
ACTIVE

Complete remodel just listed in Skyland! You won't want to miss this opportunity to own this turnkey home - only 4 short blocks from City Park, the Denver Zoo, Museum of Nature & Science, and a short commute to Downtown Denver. All new roof, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, hot water tank, and high-quality finishes throughout. Just wait till you see the kitchen w/ all new cabinets with soft close drawers, level 5 granite counters, new S/S appliances, and oil rubbed bronze fixtures. Large format brick set tile flooring throughout the main floor is easy to maintain and very dog-friendly. Huge master bedroom w/ plush new carpet and an en-suite bath that features pebble flooring in the shower. The finished basement adds a large rec room and guest bedroom w/ en-an suite bath. Bonus room off kitchen with a fireplace. New stucco and exterior paint. Detached 1 car garage and plenty of parking space. 43x25' RV or boat parking in the backyard with a large gate. Too many "new" things to list - hurry!

1826 Irving St #3 - Denver - $469,000
ACTIVE

Another amazing Townhome project by Rise Development - located in the heart of Sloan's Lake. Inspired townhome living with high end finishes including natural finished hardwood floors, European cabinets, 3CM Quartz counters, chrome fixtures, subway tile, large format brick set tile, and patterned carpeting. High-quality thoughtful building and a flexible floorplan for modern/active lifestyles. The vaulted ceiling in each bedroom adds to the open feel. One car attached garage. Located 4 blocks East of Sloan's Lake!
Link to More Information about our Rise Projects

2939 West 23rd Ave #5 - Denver - $569,000
ACTIVE

Another amazing townhome project by Rise Development— located in the heart of Jefferson Park. Inspired townhome living with high end finishes including natural finished hardwood floors, European cabinets, 3CM Quartz counters, matte black fixtures, subway tile, large format tile, and patterned carpeting. Rooftop decks with incredible city views! High-quality thoughtful building and a flexible floorplan for modern/ active lifestyles. Located just south of the Highlands & LoHi neighborhoods, and just East of Sloan's Lake is one of Denver's hidden gems - Jefferson Park.
Link to More Information about our Rise Projects

15135 W Washburn Ave - Lakewood - $1,125,000
ACTIVE

Infinity home located on an oversized Solterra lot at 9,990 sq ft. Major curb appeal with stucco/stone, mature landscaping and a large front and backyard. The finishes are on-point with hardwood floors on the main floor and a neutral color palette. Large great room with a stone fireplace. Family time flows from the great room to the kitchen w/ a large island - and breakfast nook. S/S Bosch appliance package w/ double ovens. Spacious formal dining, study/den, and butler’s pantry round out main floor living. 4 bedrooms are conveniently located on the upper floor. Master suite with spacious en-suite master bath with his/hers vanities/large walk-in closet. The full unfinished basement is a blank slate awaiting your custom finish. Step outside to your Solterra Room, where you can dine al fresco on a warm evening. Enjoy a lock-and-go lifestyle in a Tuscan inspired village ideally located near the foothills and Red Rocks – and just a short drive to Downtown Denver. Great culdesac location!

3520 W Conejos Pl Unit #2 - Denver - $534,000
ACTIVE
This amazing townhome by Rise Development is located in the heart of Sloan’s Lake neighborhood, just two blocks south of Denver’s largest lake. Walk the park, paddleboard in the early morning, or run the trail while taking in the best view of the city. A few walkable blocks away are some of Denver’s hot spots.
Link to More Information about our Rise Projects

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Jan. 27, 2020

360dwellings January 2020 - Newsletter

Happy New Year!  We have ushered in the end of a decade; are you ready for a fresh start in the 20's?  There are so many events and opportunities to learn and see new things right here in Denver to get you going in the direction you want!  Maybe you see yourself in your new forever home or you finally want to downsize into that chic bungalow; we're the team for you!

There have been a few items to note over this past year!  Inventory continued to be scarce.  The Denver metro area saw a marked increase in homes for sale in 2018 up 44.71% from 2017 that started talk of recession and fears of another housing crash, but at the end of 2019 that pile of inventory shrunk and we ended the year with 9.68% fewer homes to choose from year over year.  We saw fewer choices not because homes were going under contract or selling, but because 29.94% fewer new listings came on the market in December compared to the month prior.

Considering the average rate of sales it would take only 1.13 months to see all detached homes and 1.37 months to sell all attached homes in the Denver area.  For perspective, in January 2010 we had 9.8 months of attached home inventory and 9.8 months of detached home inventory.  Anything under four months means sellers have the power in negotiations, while more than five months means buyers have control.  We have started 2020 with sellers firmly in control.

There was an increase in the average number of days it took to sell a home in 2019.  For three years it took an average of 26 days to sell.  This past year it jumped up to 19.23 percent to 31 days.  That spooked a lot of sellers who had been hearing about their neighbor's homes getting multiple offers in the first few days on the market.  When that didn't happen, sellers started dropping their prices.

Affordability will continue to be an issue in the Denver metro area as the cost of land and new construction increased with our home prices and most salaries didn't keep pace.  Buyers will continue to want more and more as they pay more and more and sellers are going to have to do more to get their homes in tip-top shape to get top dollar.  Considering that we are starting the new year with low inventory, low interest rates, a strong job market and steady economy it's a safe guess that we will see continued long term gains in real estate.  Bring it on 2020!

Average Single Family Home Price: $530,715
Average Condo Price: $372,877
Total Number of Properties for Sale: 5,037

Average Days on Market: 41

National Western Stock Show

The National Western Stock Show has been held annually every January at the National Western Complex in Denver, Colorado since 1906. Its purpose was to demonstrate better breeding and feeding techniques to area stockmen.

Jan. 9 - Jan. 26  - More Info

UllrGrass Music and Beer Fest

UllrGrass Music and Beer Festival is named after the Norse God of Winter – Ullr.  This outdoor winter beer festival brings the front range community together in the beautiful setting of Golden   Whether you dress in fuzzy Viking costumes or suit up in your favorite ski gear you will find yourself smiling and toasting your friends at this intimate and fun-filled celebration.

 Jan. 24 - Jan. 26 -  More Info

Dillon Ice Castles

Ice Castles is an award-winning frozen attraction located in six cities across North America. The experience is built using hundreds of thousands of icicles hand-placed by professional ice artists. The castles include breathtaking LED-lit sculptures, frozen thrones, ice-carved tunnels, slides, fountains and much more.

Through Feb. 17  - More Info

Polar Bear Run and Plunge

Enjoy a beautiful scenic run around the reservoir with views of Fort Collins Foothills. After your run show us how brave you are and take the dive into icy water!

Jan. 25 - 9:00am - More Info

Bourbon & Bacon Fest

Bourbon and Bacon Fest presented by Buffalo Trace Bourbon, experience it Saturday, January 25, 2020, at the McNichols Civic Center Building in Downtown Denver.  Local chefs and restaurants will be featuring their best bacon dishes, all accompanied by an array of specialty bourbons & unique whiskeys.

Jan. 25 - 2:00pm - 5:00pm - More Info

Want to know what your home is worth?
Let me run an RPR Report for you. I have access to a system used by Appraisers and Lenders to get a semi-accurate estimate on your home value. Respond to this email with your property address and I'll be happy to put a report together for you.

Link to Example

 

Our Active Listings:

3051 N Saint Paul Street - Denver - $649,000
ACTIVE

Complete remodel just listed in Skyland! You won't want to miss this opportunity to own this turnkey home - only 4 short blocks from City Park, the Denver Zoo, Museum of Nature & Science, and a short commute to Downtown Denver. All new roof, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, hot water tank, and high-quality finishes throughout. Just wait till you see the kitchen w/ all new cabinets with soft close drawers, level 5 granite counters, new S/S appliances, and oil rubbed bronze fixtures. Large format brick set tile flooring throughout the main floor is easy to maintain and very dog-friendly. Huge master bedroom w/ plush new carpet and an en-suite bath that features pebble flooring in the shower. The finished basement adds a large rec room and guest bedroom w/ en-an suite bath. Bonus room off kitchen with a fireplace. New stucco and exterior paint. Detached 1 car garage and plenty of parking space. 43x25' RV or boat parking in the backyard with a large gate. Too many "new" things to list - hurry!

2939 W. 23rd Ave #6 - Denver - $589,000
ACTIVE
Another amazing townhome project by Rise Development— located in the heart of Jefferson Park. Inspired townhome living with high end finishes including natural finished hardwood floors, European cabinets and 3CM Quartz counters.

1433 N Williams St #602 - Denver - $364,900
ACTIVE
Southeast corner 2 bed 2 bath with a large balcony with great views and newly refinished hardwood floors! Granite counters and a newer refrigerator in the kitchen. 

1826 Irving St #3 - Denver - $469,000
ACTIVE

Another amazing Townhome project by Rise Development - located in the heart of Sloan's Lake. Inspired townhome living with high end finishes including natural finished hardwood floors, European cabinets, 3CM Quartz counters, chrome fixtures, subway tile, large format brick set tile, and patterned carpeting. High-quality thoughtful building and a flexible floorplan for modern/active lifestyles. The vaulted ceiling in each bedroom adds to the open feel. One car attached garage. Located 4 blocks East of Sloan's Lake!
Link to More Information about our Rise Projects

2939 West 23rd Ave #5 - Denver - $569,000
ACTIVE

Another amazing townhome project by Rise Development— located in the heart of Jefferson Park. Inspired townhome living with high end finishes including natural finished hardwood floors, European cabinets, 3CM Quartz counters, matte black fixtures, subway tile, large format tile, and patterned carpeting. Rooftop decks with incredible city views! High-quality thoughtful building and a flexible floorplan for modern/ active lifestyles. Located just south of the Highlands & LoHi neighborhoods, and just East of Sloan's Lake is one of Denver's hidden gems - Jefferson Park.
Link to More Information about our Rise Projects

3520 W Conejos Pl - Denver - Starting at $534,000 - 14 Units Available!
ACTIVE
This amazing townhome by Rise Development is located in the heart of Sloan’s Lake neighborhood, just two blocks south of Denver’s largest lake. Walk the park, paddleboard in the early morning, or run the trail while taking in the best view of the city. A few walkable blocks away are some of Denver’s hot spots.
Link to More Information about our Rise Projects

 

 

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