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    DENVER REAL ESTATE BLOG

    Best Bike Trails in Denver and Beyond

    Posted at 06/12/2019 09:52 AM by Pat O'Connor

    “One of the most important days of my life was when I learned to ride a bicycle.” Michael Palin -- English comedian and actor, Monty Python comedy group member

    “She who succeeds in gaining the mastery of the bicycle will gain the mastery of life.” Susan B. Anthony, women’s rights activist

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    Free Concerts in Riverfront Park

    Posted at 06/10/2019 09:15 AM by Anton Usaj
    Photo by @swallowhillmusic

    We're very excited for Swallow Hill Music to bring back its summer concert series to Riverfront Park! Aside from Brett Dennen's opening concert on Saturday, June 15th, the lineup this year will be on Thursday evenings. Expect an amazing mix of indie, bluegrass, folk and soulful rock. All concerts start at 6 p.m. and end at 8:30 p.m. at Commons Park in Riverfront, 2101 15th St., and are picnic style with food trucks. Check out the Summer 2019 Lineup.  

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    Categories: Denver Neighborhoods

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    Denver Real Estate Market Report for May 2019

    Posted at 06/05/2019 11:11 AM by Jennifer Black

    See below for our full report for May 2019 and please let us know if you have any questions. We email this market infographic report on the Denver Real Estate Market each month. To get on the email list, please reach out to marketing@usajrealty.com and request to be added.

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    5 Real Estate Negotiating Tips for Buyers

    Posted at 06/03/2019 01:33 PM by Pat O'Connor

    Making an offer on a home and getting under contract is one of the last, but probably the most important, steps in home buying. Having a knowledgeable real estate broker by your side is critical in knowing the true value of a home and what should be included in the contract. Many times, the buyer and seller will go back and forth not only on price but on other aspects of the potential sale. Below are some line items that can be negotiated by a realtor on behalf of their client during the home buying process:

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    June Events in Denver

    Posted at 05/30/2019 09:00 AM by Pat O'Connor

    Telluride Balloon Festival | May 31-June 2 | Telluride

    While the Telluride Balloon Festival is one of the smaller festivals, it is arguably the most beautiful of the season. Weather permitting, dozens of hot air balloons launch from Town Park on the east end of town and sail down the valley landing about one mile out of town. The balloons launch at sunrise and bystanders often get to help with the launch. On Saturday night of the festival, the balloon pilots inflate their balloons along Main Street and fire up the propane for the "glow.”

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    Top 10 Hikes Near Denver

    Posted at 05/29/2019 09:07 AM by Jennifer Black

    One of my favorite things about living in Denver is that there are so many hikes to explore! See our favorite picks below. From quick 1 mile hikes to 7+ mile treks. Grab some water, sunscreen, snacks, and head outside! Comment at the end and share your favorite Colorado hike!

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    Changing Face of Denver's Commercial Real Estate

    Posted at 05/24/2019 04:09 PM by Amy Fontinelle

    Are you looking for space for your company? Whether you’re a tech startup, e-commerce firm, freelancer, or another type of business, Denver’s commercial real estate scene has something to offer.

    While the city still has plenty of traditional properties that meet classic business needs — think multi-story office buildings with lobbies and elevators or retail storefronts on high-foot-traffic streets — other properties have been constructed or renovated to serve uniquely 21st-century needs.

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    Selling Your Home 101

    Posted at 05/22/2019 02:18 PM by Pat O'Connor

    For every homeowner, there comes a time when you’ll have to sell your home. For some, it won’t happen for decades; others will experience it after a year or two.

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    Best Condos with a Rooftop Pool in Denver

    Posted at 05/20/2019 12:27 PM by Anton Usaj

    With Memorial Day approaching, there are two things that excite us here in Denver. One, we can all start wearing white, and two, it's time for the pools to open. When my wife and I were looking for a condo to buy, one of our requirements was that the condo building had to have a pool. We looked at buildings all around Denver that had rooftop pools and here are some of the best.

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    New Home Construction Denver: Pitfalls to Avoid

    Posted at 05/17/2019 10:45 AM by Pat O'Connor
    Avoid these new home construction pitfalls before venturing into buying in Denver.

    So you’ve finally decided to buy a new construction home in Denver. Congratulations!

    Whether it's a detached single family home or a newly constructed condo, this process is incredibly exciting but it can also feel overwhelming at times. There are so many decisions to be made, from the community you select, lot size and configuration, home finishes and the upgrades to the financing. Before you make any decisions in regards to your new home, take a step back and learn from the missteps of others before you.

    You can’t ask enough questions when it comes to buying a “brand new” home. Unfortunately, when you don’t take the time to consider the bigger picture, you are often left frustrated and end up paying more money than what was necessary. It's always a good idea to have a real estate agent by your side helping you through this process, regardless of whether the home is brand new or decades old.

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