When you think of great wines, you think of California, France, Italy, Spain, and Colorado. Colorado? Indeed! We may not have the best Cabernets or Pinot Noirs, but we do have some lesser-known varietals that will rival the best in the world. Colorado Cabernet Franc is floral and herbaceous to the nose and loaded with notes of dark ripe plum with a toasty oak finish (typically found in the Loire of France), Colorado Merlot is wildly unique, the skins develop an intriguing array of spice from being at high altitude, and Teroldego (an Italian red variety) has a superb deep black cherry note.  A few other grapes to keep an eye out for include Syrah, Petit Verdot, Bordeaux blends, Rieslings and Gewurztraminer.

The Centennial State is home to 150 licensed…

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Selling your Denver home when you still need to shop for a new one can feel daunting to even the most seasoned homeowner––especially when the demand for new homes keeps rising, and the inventory of Denver homes keeps dwindling. You're not alone either if you're already feeling drained by the complex logistics of trying to sell and buy a new home all at once, and we are here to guide you through the process.

Searching for a new home can be exciting, but many homebuyers admit that it can also be stressful, especially if you live in an unpredictable market with plenty of competitors. Unfortunately, waiting out a competitive housing market isn’t always the best idea either since listings are expected to remain limited in the most coveted Denver…

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If you need help navigating this market, call us at (303) 532-4742. Buyer fatigue is real at the moment, with lots of buyers giving up on their search. Sellers are getting bad advice, listing with no plan or execution. When you work with us, you are working with the very best Denver real estate agents. Don't leave such a huge financial decision to chance.

September 2021 Denver Market Update: 

In August, the Denver real estate market continued to be unique and unexpected compared to previous "typical" years. The inventory of homes is still low, and demand remains very high. Sellers have the advantage in nearly all price segments. It will be interesting to see if we will have an uptick in inventory after Labor Day, as has been the case historically.

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Fall doesn't technically begin until September 22nd, but the leaves will start turning in Colorado well before then. For many Coloradans, Fall is a special time of year. And the first sign of Fall is always that wave of colors along the Colorado Mountainsides. 

As the air gets crisper and the pumpkin spice lattes start frothing - it's time to start thinking about some of the best leaf-peeping spots in the state.

When do Leaf Colors start to Change?

Starting in mid-September, expect to see Aspens turning gold at elevations from 8,000 to 10,00 ft above sea level.

Typically Northern Colorado peaks first, and a wave of color moves South through the state. However, keep in mind that moisture levels significantly affect when leaf colors start to…

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With the record-breaking heat in Denver this Summer, many of us can't wait for the cool crisp air of Fall. And although Fall doesn't technically begin until Sept 22, temperatures typically have a dramatic change starting much earlier in September. There are so many incredible things to do throughout the year near Denver - but Fall may be the best of them all.

Sept 4-6 - A Taste of Colorado - This year, they spread the taste out a bit with the food trucks parking along Lawrence St between 15th and 17th streets. Booth and tent vendors will be set up in Skyline Park. Start at one end of the 16th mall and then stroll along to enjoy all of the festivities. It's a Denver staple!

Best Fall Events & Festivals in Colorado

Sept 4-6 - Cherry Creek Arts Festival - This year, it's been moved to the…

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