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How is Denver’s Real Estate Marketing Shaping Up Half Way Through the Year?

Let’s Look at The Numbers

 

Here are some more record-breaking statistics:

  • July’s inventory ended the month at 4,056 listings.  That is up 29.92% from June.  The previous low for July was in 2017 with 7,352 active listings.
  • Number of closed homes in July is down 12.3% over June with 5,820 closings.
  • The average closed price for attached and detached homes combined was $624,903 for July, the highest of any recorded July.
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Why Denver is A Desirable City to Live

With the blue skies and panoramic view of the Rocky Mountains, there is no better place to live than the Mile High City of Denver. Moving to Denver appeals to most to its natural beauty and 300 days of sunshine. Denver offers easy access to the Rocky Mountains, and inherit outdoor playground. You fortuitously experience every season, and every season is unique in its way. You will experience endless activities throughout the year, from mountain biking to hiking, camping, and fishing. Summer in Denver will not disappoint.  The winter months are just as extreme with ski mountains only a couple of hours away. Weekend ski excursions will be your new norm, constantly encountering new slopes with the big decision on what mountain to ski with endless options!  Breckenridge, Keystone, Vail, Beaver Creek, Steamboat, and Abasin just to name a few. If skiing isn’t for you, you will find endless trails for snowshoeing and snowmobiling. All four seasons offer something exciting, winter, spring, summer, and fall constantly reforming every couple of months keeping life interesting.

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Fair Housing Act

Fair Housing Act is set in place to bring an end to the widespread discrimination in housing and allowing for fair and equal opportunity to access property ownership. To the National Association of Realtors, Fair housing is more than a list of dos and don’ts, rights and penalties, and mandatory continuing education. The right to own, use and transfer private property, fair housing protects our livelihood and depends on a free, open market that embraces equal opportunity. NAR opposes discrimination in housing based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status sexual orientation, gender identity, and national origin. This means equal treatment will be given when renting, selling, negotiating a housing property.

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Sloan’s Lake

Sloan’s lake stands out from all the other parks around the Denver Metro Area with the occasional entertainment of water skiers enjoying the lake. Sloan’s Lake is the biggest lake in Denver, and at 177 acres, this is the city’s second-largest park. Boasting two playgrounds, tennis courts, basketball courts, boating, and picnic areas.  It’s one of the best parks for sunsets with a view of the Rocky Mountains and Downtown Denver's skyline. Having the option to loop the 2.6-mile trail for evening walks, runs, or bike rides. You will also see Paddleboarding, kayaks, and canoes circling the lake to catch the morning sunrise above the city or the sunsets behind the mountains. This location is new to lakeside restaurants, and rooftop breweries. Odell brewing offers a view of the Mountains, and Sloans Lake, and adjacent you will find Joy Ride Brewery. A block from the lake during the spring and summer Denver Bazaar is filled with food trucks and eloquent pop-up shops where you can listen to live music and dance the night away.  Sloan’s Lake is diverse with a wide range of housing styles including 1920’s brick bungalows, to new post-modern architecture. This area has brand new construction adding single-family homes, apartment buildings, duplexes, and modern townhomes. You will see old homes being restored, and new row homes being built. Another young neighborhood, with a median age of 37.5 years old. 

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Washington Park Denver

Washington Park is a largely residential desirable neighborhood space covering 165 acres of grassy meadows full of summer activity. Begin your day by jogging or cycling around the winding trails of Washington Park looking over the lush flower gardens, and lakes. An elegant boathouse on the lake offers water activities with views of the park and the surrounding homes. If you are looking to join a sports league, you have found the right park. Wash Park is filled with back-to-back volleyball matches from morning until dusk covering the laws on summer weekends, you also have the option to layout your yoga mat to join the community for a nice yoga flow. Along with grass activities, Wash Park contains tennis and basketball courts. This communal location is perfect to take a break from the busy downtown, whether that is to shop the desirable boutiques on the outskirts of the park, attend an art or music festival or come and relax. Wash Park is a perfect place to meet people both during the summer and winter months. In the winter months, the park is great for sledding, snowshoeing, or cross country skiing. This park is here to entertain you year-round. Location is desirable, close to South Pearl Street, home to galleries, wine, and cocktail bars, and some of Denver's finest restaurants.  Houses near this park boast both contemporary and Victorian architecture and the majority of the homes have been renovated. You will find a variety of properties from single-family to duplexes and condos offering an urban-suburban mix feel. 

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