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Imagine entertaining family and friends in this charming townhome with open floor plan and vaulted ceilings.

Stay cool with central air conditioning during the summer and cozy up to the wood burning fireplace during the winter. This home is a great fit all year round! Enjoy the view and natural light from bay windows in the living room and second bedroom. Newer appliances, all included. Conveniently located close to Cherry Creek Schools, parks, Southlands shopping, DIA, E-470 and light rail.

Listed by Kay Dale for Live Urban Real Estate. Please contact Kay for current pricing and availability.

16982 East Chenango Ave #E, Aurora CO 80015.







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Sharp Modern Townhome designed by Sprocket in the heart of LoHi.


Light & bright open plan with soaring ceilings and stairway sun tubes, central AC and whole house fan, great cross breezes, solid core doors, sleek tile & finishes. Private patio & balcony. Large gourmet kitchen with raised eat-in bar & rare pantry. Walk to 30+ restaurants, breweries & cafés. Union Station & Coors Field are just a 20-25 min walk away. 3 Nearby B-Cycle Stations.

Easy living in one of Denver's hottest neighborhoods!

Listed by Heather Truhan for Live Urban Real Estate. Please contact Heather for current pricing and availability.

2620 18th Street, Denver CO 80211.










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Colorado is officially in the fall season with leaves changing and colder nights so naturally the question of what is going to happen to the Denver Real Estate Market as we head into fall is starting to come up. Since the Denver Real Estate market is often seasonal, I try to do my best to predict what will happen to the market as we head into each season based on my experience, what I hear from other agents and future expert predictions.

The past few years, we have seen an insane spring selling season, a slower summer season in July and August, and another rush in home sales in September through November before winter sets in. That is what we expected this year and so far, we are still waiting for the fall rush to begin. For a number of reasons,

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Craftsman Style Brick Bungalow on Good Block Could Use Your Finishing Touch.

Much of the Hard Work has been Done. New Roof, Exterior Paint, Garage Door and Carpet in the Basement. Gleaming Wood Floors were just Refinished. Newer Furnace, Electrical Panel and Remodeled Bathroom. Create Your Own Oasis in the Large Backyard. Enjoy the Sunset from the Front Porch. Close to City Park, Zoo and Future Light Rail Station. Sold As-Is.

Listed by Paul Kourkoulis for Live Urban Real Estate. Please contact Paul for current pricing and availability.

3528 Garfield Street, Denver CO 80205.












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Winter is a actually a great time to sell your Colorado home.

A recent study found that homes listed in winter have a 9 percent better chance of selling and spend a week less on the market than homes sold in other seasons ― including what most in the business tout as the “spring selling season.”

The statistics held true in all the markets they studied, including several with snowy winters (like Colorado).  Although the researchers weren't exactly sure WHY this is the case, we think that winter is the one season where the volume of buyers and sellers is more in balance. Therefore, though there aren’t as many homes for sale in winter, there aren’t as many buyers as well, so it all evens out to give us the ideal season for both types of real estate

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As the kids head back to school, we tend to see a seasonal slowing of the housing market.

This August was no exception. According to REcolorado’s monthly report on the residential real estate market, signs of the traditional end-of-summer softening were seen in the Denver metro and surrounding area. Prices dipped a bit, the number of sold listings decreased, and homes stayed on the market longer.

August brought continued moderation in sales prices for single family homes. The average sold price for a single family home in August was $363,625, down one percent from last month, but up 11 percent year over year. The average price for a single family detached home was $405,863 in August, while a condo/townhome saw an average sale price of $257,048.

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What is “Title?” What Does It Mean to the Prospective Property Buyer or Seller?

It's not a stupid question at all...because, after all, it might be a bit boring compared to finding a house, negotiating a deal, and working through inspection and appraisal...but title is actually a super important thing to understand when you are purchasing a property.

What is title and why is understanding it important?

“Title” is a term broadly used to describe matters affecting your legal rights to own, possess, use, control or sell your property. Many types of matters can adversely affect your property’s title. It is very important as a buyer for you to identify and understand all title issues affecting your prospective property before you buy and also to

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It's something that we come across all of the time...especially because we deal with a lot of vintage homes in the Denver Metro area: a buyer will LOVE absolutely everything about a house, but will hesitate to buy it if it only has one bathroom.

We get it, there are so many reasons to want that extra bathroom...for guests to use when they are over, if there is more than one person living in the house it can get dicey when there is only one toilet, etc. But, when it comes down to it, do you really need another bathtub or shower, or just another sink and toilet?

According to recent research (and in our experience), whether you are adding a powder room to a small home that only has one bathroom, or you are adding a SIXTH bathroom, the half bath

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Early next week, we will bring you our monthly wrap-up of Denver Metro Market Statistics, so watch for those soon...but in the meantime, here is an interesting look from a national perspective.

From Jonathan Smoke, the chief economist of, who analyzes real estate data and trends to develop market insights:

"It’s the perennial question, and one that both consumers and the media have asked me incessantly over the past few weeks: When is the best time of year to buy a home?

The question inspired me to look at the seasonal patterns for supply and demand a couple of weeks ago, revealing the upper hand that buyers who are willing to close on a home in off-peak times like the fall and winter might have.

But upon closer inspection I

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Sweet pad in highly desirable Hunters Run complex.

Easy access, first floor unit with open floor plan. Updated, new flooring and paint. Relax on your private balcony overlooking a beautifully landscaped shaded tree lawn. Washer/dryer is included in unit.

Plenty of storage for all your gear, which you will need for the bike paths and parks nearby. Wonderful, well-cared for, community with a nice pool and low HOAs. Easy commute to downtown or DTC. Must see!

Listed by Irene Glazer for Live Urban Real Estate. Please contact Irene for current pricing and details.

2575 S Syracuse Way #B104, Bldg B, Denver CO 80231.






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