This fantastic ranch-style home on a cul-de-sac at 2650 W 44th St in Loveland’s popular Mountain Vista neighborhood comes with an open floor plan, updated kitchen, and an updated main level bathroom. Two bedrooms on the main level and a third with a rec room and full bath in the basement. Enjoy entertaining and relaxing in the low-maintenance, fully-fenced back yard. Contact Jon Holsten for your private showing at (970) 237-2752 for more information or click the link below for more details.
2133 Krisron Rd #E101 presenting a rare main floor condo, centrally located in Sidehill. This well-kept unit offers numerous upgrades; hardwood floors, granite counters, upgraded maple cabinets, Tile back splash, stainless steel appliances, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, full size washer & dryer, custom paint, a cozy tiled fireplace and central AC, all overlooking open space and the pool. There is one covered parking space. Incredible location close to shops, entertainment and recreation. This is a truly special place. Contact Will Flowers for your private showing at (970) 227-0640 for more information or click the link below for more details.
The bones of this ranch home in Evans at 3834 Belmont Ave is well maintained with only one neighbor with vacant land to the south. Very large kitchen with tile floors, and two living rooms! Great big backyard. Home is close to shopping, with easy access to Highways 85 and 34. Roof will be new before closing. Seller has loved living in this home for a long time, and it’s ready for your vision to make it your own. Come see it today! Contact Paul Hunter for your private showing at (970) 673-7285 for more information or click the link below for more details.
This fantastic home at 3927 Gardenwall Ct is at the end of a cul-de-sac in the popular Waterglen neighborhood features an open ﬂoor plan with vaulted ceilings and ﬁreplace. Your new home is move-in ready. All three bedrooms, including a great master suite are on the second ﬂoor. Enjoy the large fenced back yard adjacent to a sprawling green area, while relaxing on the large stamped concrete patio. Close to I-25 and Old Town. A beautiful home and excellent value! Contact Jon Holsten for your private showing at (970) 237-2752 for more information or click the link below for more details.
This beautiful Craftsman home at 2138 Yearling Dr near Jessup Farm in Bucking Horse comes with 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, an office, 3 car tandem garage + 220 service, and a full unfinished walk-out basement. The kitchen includes 42 inch cabinets, SS appliances, walk-in pantry and pot filler. Upgraded hardwoods and gas fireplace in great room. Sitting area in master bedroom in addition to a spacious loft, Jack and Jill bath between 2nd and 3rd upstairs bedrooms. Plantation shutters, upscale lighting and hardware throughout. Enjoy the pool and ideal access to trails! Contact Tricia Muraguri for your private showing at (970) 217-6345 for more information or click the link below for more details.
The Front Range may have lost out on Amazon’s HQ2, but that doesn’t mean their company won’t affect our economy.
Denver was in the running for Amazon’s massive new second headquarters that supposedly would bring 50,000 new high-paying jobs and $5 Billion of investment.
In the end Amazon chose to split the headquarters among two East-Coast cities and many in Colorado breathed a sigh of relief.
But they are will continue to be an economic force in our state.
Over the past two years, Amazon has greatly expanded its footprint in Metro Denver, opening up a sorting center in Aurora, fulfillment centers in Aurora and Thornton, a Prime Now center in Denver and a new delivery center in Centennial.
They will soon have 3,000 workers here and that number is expected to grow significantly.
Pretend you have been driving on the Interstate at 100 miles per hour.
Also, pretend you have been doing that for a long time.
Now pretend you slow down to 83 miles per hour.
How would that feel?
It would probably feel slow, right?
83 miles per hour is a 17% decrease from 100. It may feel slow, but it’s still pretty fast.
How does this relate to real estate?
Well, the market has been moving fast for a long time.
It’s been going 100 miles per hour for at least two years (some would argue even longer).
We’ve recently seen a 17% change in terms of number of transactions that are occurring.
There were 17% fewer sales in October 2018 versus October 2017 in Metro Denver.
It feels slow because we’ve been driving so fast for so long. But, our market is still moving.
For example, prices are still up. So, remember, that it’s all relative.
Here’s some good news for buyers who have been waiting for more selection…
No need to wait any more because the numbers show that more new listings are hitting the market compared to the recent past.
In Metro Denver, the number of homes for sale is up 14.42% compared to last year.
That equates to 800 more homes to choose from.
Start spreading the news!