Dwell Denver Market Update: Micromarkets | 11.19.18

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Today’s Dwell Denver Market Update is Micromarkets: Four Things Buyers Should Know About Getting A Real Estate Deal. If you’ve heard anything about Denver’s explosive population/cultural/geographic/financial growth, you’ve likely also heard about our frenzied real estate market, too. The problem is that most people don’t know where to find them. Here’s the solution: it’s not “where”, it’s “when”. They say real estate is location, location, location. And there’s a huge inherent value in where something is located. But equally as important to value is when you buy it.

Dwell Denver Services: Buyer Profile Series | Investment Condo Buyer Preview

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Dwell Denver Real Estate was founded on the idea that Real Estate can be handled at an exceptional level and be Really Simple. We provide the services that ensure our clients will not only be successful in their pursuits but have a damn good time doing so! Today we are previewing condos in and close to downtown Denver for a couple with a young daughter who lives full-time in another state, but wants a second home for their frequent travels to Denver.

Dwell Denver Difference: F.U.Q.'s | What sets Dwell Denver apart from other companies?

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Here at Dwell Denver Real Estate, we want to help you understand to process of buying and selling a home so you can make the most informed decisions possible. There are so many unasked questions we have come across that we dedicated an entire category to these Frequently Unasked Questions or F.U.Q.'s! Today’s Dwell Denver Difference F.U.Q.: What sets Dwell Denver apart from other companies? Such a great question! And it turns out, there really is a difference.

Dwell Denver Market Update: Why Denver Won’t Be Mediocre in 2040, Part 6 of 6 | 11.05.18

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Today’s Market Update: Why Denver Won’t Be Mediocre in 2040,  Part 6 of 6. In this the final installment of our series on Denver’s plan to save us from mediocrity in the year 2040, we’ll look at how Denver’s Comprehensive Plan addresses health and activity. Despite our reputation as being an outdoor-oriented community, rates of obesity are going up, access to open spaces and recreational services are going down. And so is our parkland-per-capita, which is a fancy term for how much park area there is per person. This is a serious situation, right? Because what is Denver is known for, if not our healthy, active, and outdoor lifestyle!

Dwell Denver Market Update: Why Denver Won’t Be Mediocre in 2040, Part 5 of 6 | 10.29.18

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Today’s Market Update: Why Denver Won’t Be Mediocre in 2040,  Part 5 of 6. In this fifth installment of our series on Denver’s plan to save us from mediocrity in the year 2040, we’ll look at how Denver’s Comprehensive Plan addresses the environment. Perhaps you wonder what the environment has to do with Denver’s planning vision? As it turns out, environmental planning is crucial to our healthy economy, industry, and (of course) the quality of outdoor life we Colorado-ans expect.

Dwell Denver F.U.Q. | New Baby on the Way, Do We Have Time?

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Here at Dwell Denver Real Estate, we want to help you understand to process of buying and selling a home so you can make the most informed decisions possible. There are so many unasked questions we have come across that we dedicated an entire category to these Frequently Unasked Questions or F.U.Q.'s! Today’s Dwell Denver Difference F.U.Q.: New baby on the way, how do we get this house sold and into a new one in time?

Dwell Denver Market Update: Why Denver Won’t Be Mediocre in 2040, Part 4 of 6 | 10.22.18

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Today’s Market Update: Why Denver Won’t Be Mediocre in 2040,  Part 4 of 6 In this installment of our series on Denver’s plan to save us from mediocrity in the year 2040, we’ll look at economic diversity and vibrancy. Economic diversity is the topic of the third of five goals that make up the city’s Comprehensive Development Plan for Denver’s growth from now until 2040. 

Dwell Denver Difference: F.U.Q.'s | When Should I Call a Lender?

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Here at Dwell Denver Real Estate, we want to help you understand to process of buying and selling a home so you can make the most informed decisions possible. There are so many unasked questions we have come across that we dedicated an entire category to these Frequently Unasked Questions or F.U.Q.'s! Today’s Dwell Denver Difference F.U.Q.: Early in the buying process. When should I call a lender? This question comes to us often, especially from first-time homebuyers! “I’m early in the buying process and haven’t yet talked to a lender. Do you require me to have a pre-approval letter before showing me houses? When should I call a lender?”

Dwell Denver Market Update: Why Denver Won’t Be Mediocre in 2040, Part 3 of 6 | 10.15.18

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Today’s Market Update: Why Denver Won’t Be Mediocre in 2040, Part 3 of 6 In this installment of our series on Denver’s plan to save us from mediocrity in the year 2040, we’ll look at transportation, safety, and connectivity. It’s the topic of the second of five plans that make up the city’s Blueprint Denver comprehensive development plan for growth. Cities that experience the type of explosive growth that Denver has in the last several years can suffer. And actually, it’s not the “city”, it’s us, the residents/visitors that suffer from things like horrible traffic, lower air quality (what?? Stay inside today??), and a loss of safety in our public areas.

Dwell Denver Market Update: Why Denver Won’t Be Mediocre, Part 2 of 6 | 10.08.18

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Today’s Market Update: Why Denver Won’t Be Mediocre in 2040, Part 2 of 6 Yep, Denver’s growing a lot. Cities that experience the level of growth that Denver is currently in typically end up one of two ways: poorly or well. Too often, cities give up the character that makes them attractive in the first place as a reaction to explosive growth. Denver’s comprehensive plan is called Blueprint Denver, and it contains five separate sub-plans that will guide how the city will grow through the year 2040. This one, the first of the five, concerns neighborhoods and how they will be developed. What are the risks in not planning how neighborhoods will get developed?