Washington Park or Wash Park, as the locals know it, is situated on the green space giving it it’s namesake …..Washington Park. It has a comfortable mix of original historic and contemporary styles, surrounded by a 155 acre park with lakes, tennis courts, basketball hoops, horseshoe pits, volleyball courts, picnic areas, paved roads, dirt paths, … » Learn More about Washington Park, Platt Park, and Country Club
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Congress Park This charming gem, smack in the middle of the big city offers a delightful mix of parks, shops, restaurants and cultural attractions — while just 3 miles from downtown. It has so much to offer, not only the typical cool urban eateries and shops, but the Denver Botanical Gardens which is a year-round … » Learn More about Congress Park, Uptown, City Park
Hilltop The Hilltop neighborhood gets it name from the fact that it is higher in elevation than the surrounding parts of the city. In the center of the neighborhood is Cranmer Park, with a beautful view of the Front Range mountains. It’s been one of the most sought after neighborhoods for young families and professionals alike. … » Learn More about Hilltop, Montclair, Park Hill
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How Low Inventory May Impact the Housing Market This Fall Real estate continues to be called the ‘bright spot’ in the current economy, but there’s one thing that may hold the housing market back from achieving its full potential this year: the lack of homes for sale. Buyers are actively searching for and purchasing homes, looking … » Learn More about The answer is a resounding YES! It’s a good time to sell!
If Buying a home is on your mind, but you have concerns or questions about the process, please reach out! There are local Down Payment Assistance Programs available (on a first-come, first-serve basis). One in particular I spoke about yesterday (9/25/2020) with a local lender, offers up to 5% at no interest for a period … » Learn More about Thinking about Buying? Here are two BIG myths you should know.
People Are Trading the Big City for a Better Quality of Life. Where Are They Moving To? Back in March, major cities like New York City and San Francisco saw an outflux of residents leaving the pandemic-riddled mega metropolises for more cozy and quiet places offered by smaller cities and the suburbs. Some temporarily moved … » Learn More about If there’s a Big City exodus…Where is everyone moving to?