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Mastering a Market with Too Few Listings: Spotlight on Keller Williams DTC

This article was featured in the Sunday edition of the Denver Post on March 29, 2015. When Denver’s shortage of homes for sale declined to a startling level last month, the dearth showed up in a drastic drop of new listings filed by area real estate agents – down 47% percent on average from February…
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Low Inventory. Builders to the Rescue!

If you’ve recently been a buyer or seller in the Denver real estate market, you’ve felt the heat of this insane housing market firsthand. If you haven’t, prepare to hear some shocking news: according to the Denver Post and Denver Metro Association of Realtors, the 12-year average number of homes for sale at any time…
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Record Snowfall Leads to Real Estate Headaches

This February, Colorado broke a snowfall record set back in 1912. This was the snowiest February on record with 22.2″ and counting. All this snow is great for our drought issues, but for those in the real estate industry, it’s just a headache. Agents have had to cancel open houses because of weekend snowstorms, deals…
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Post-Holiday Real Estate Rush

We’re past the holidays, and you know what that means! Besides being a few pounds heavier than before Thanksgiving began, January also brought us a 62% increase in new listings on the market from December. Now that Christmas decorations are put away and holiday guests have gone home, sellers have gotten serious about getting their…
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Denver Among Fastest Growing US Cities

According to CNN Money, these 10 cities grew faster than in any other major metro area between July 2012 and July 2013 (pulled from data from the Census Bureau): Austin, Texas Houston, Texas Raleigh, North Carolina Orlando, Florida San Antonio, Texas Denver, Colorado Nashville, Tennessee Charlotte, North Carolina Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Phoenix, Arizona DENVER, COLORADO…
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Is it Cheaper to Buy or Rent in Denver?

These are good housing bubbles. Trulia’s Winter 2013 Rent vs. Buy report is out. They use a fairly complex set of data to come up with their results (at least they seem complicated to this English major.) But what they reveal has got us excited: In Denver, Colorado, it is up to 53% cheaper to…
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The Denver Market is HOT

Here is a real-life example of what the Denver metro market is like right now: We put a house on the market on Friday morning. In four days, we had over 40 showings, over 30 parties came through the Saturday open house, and we received half a dozen offers, 4 of which were OVER asking…
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Denver and Littleton Will Help You Buy a Home

We’ve never seen a program like this before! This new homebuying initiative aims to help middle- to low-income buyers become homeowners, but it’s not limited to first-time buyers. The mayors of Denver and Littleton want to make it rain. Here’s an excerpt from the Denver Post article: “The program offers a competitive, fixed-rate, 30-year mortgage,…
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Rookie of the Year!

It’s Jaclyn here, folks, and I’ve just got to tell you how proud I am of my husband. This morning, he was surprised and honored to receive the Rookie of the Year award for Keller Williams DTC! Just so you know, this is the office that sells more real estate than any other office in…
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