How Housing Matters is a joint project of the Urban Land Institute and the MacArthur Foundation. It is “an online resource for the most rigorous research and practical information on how a quality, stable, affordable home in a vibrant community contributes to individual and community success”. A recent story they Read More
Pride of ownership shows in this charming home on a spacious lot in Morrison! Updated kitchen featuring granite counters. Durable tiger wood floors on main. Cozy den with faux fireplace and office nook. There is a “fireplace cap” to allow for construction of a new fire place. You’ll love the Read More
Get the Guide – Everything you need to know about selling a home in the Denver Metro Area in 2016.
GIVING BACK to our Community – KW Red Day! Introduced in 2009, RED Day, which stands for Renew, Energize and Donate, is Keller Williams Realty’s annual day of service. Each year on the second Thursday of May, associates spend the day away from their businesses serving worthy organizations and Read More
Home values are up 30% in the Denver County and Metro Area since 2013. Jefferson and Douglas County home values increased as well to 20% and 18%. Find your neighborhood on the map to see your home’s equity.
The trend of an early selling season is measurable as we kick off 2015. The weather is warming up and thus more buyers are entering the market, creating multiple offer situations. Case in point, the 18% of inventory we saw in January has dropped even lower to 15% in February. The Read More
For many families, schools are an essential consideration when searching for a new home. However, most property searches only offer property related criteria such as price, beds, baths, and square feet. As such, locating properties that meet the criteria for your family and your child’s education can be challenging, especially Read More
Buying a home is generally the single largest purchase that we make in our lifetimes and most of us are interested in not only the value of our properties, but also the general value of like properties in our neighborhoods. Whether you have just moved into a new home or Read More
Knowledge is power and early knowledge can offer you a powerful advantage, especially in tight real estate markets. Those who find properties first gain an edge by being the first have a chance to see new properties and thus the first to make offers. More often than not, this first Read More