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    DENVER REAL ESTATE BLOG

    Amy Fontinelle

    Denver's New Apartments: What's Available, What's Coming

    Posted at 06/21/2019 10:00 AM by Amy Fontinelle

    Photo courtesy of Trivista on Speer

    If you’ve always wanted to be the only renter whose toes have ever touched the bedroom carpet, Denver is a great place to be right now: new buildings are burgeoning everywhere, especially downtown. To give you a taste of what’s available and coming soon, we’ve traveled down Speer Blvd. to profile five developments that highlight what Denver renters are excited about.

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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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    Residential Construction Costs in Colorado

    Posted at 04/26/2019 10:00 AM by Amy Fontinelle

    Have you ever wondered what factors go into the cost of building a home in Colorado? Most people think about things like the size of the home and how fancy its finishes are, but they don’t think about the home’s shape or the style of its roof. Overall, construction quality is the biggest factor that influences the cost to build a home. But construction quality probably includes more factors than you realize.

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    Tax Tips for Homeowners

    Posted at 03/20/2019 12:22 PM by Amy Fontinelle

    Are you claiming all the tax breaks you’re allowed as a homeowner? If not, you could be leaving hundreds or even thousands of dollars on the table each year. Read on to learn about the money-saving opportunities the tax code provides to people who own their primary residence.

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    Update on Colorado's Construction Defects Law Reform

    Posted at 02/22/2019 12:30 PM by Amy Fontinelle

    In May 2017, lawmakers reformed Colorado’s construction defects laws. Under the old law, homeowners association boards could bring multimillion-dollar construction defects lawsuits against developers. HOA boards represent all of a condo development’s residents but are made up of as few as three people. The reforms require more than half of the development’s residents to agree to file suit.

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    Home Seller Tips | How to Get Your Home Ready to Sell

    Posted at 02/04/2019 11:01 AM by Amy Fontinelle

    Thinking about selling your home? Getting your home ready before putting it on the market is critical for a successful sale. And knowing how to do it right can mean the difference between getting the best price possible or leaving money on the table, between selling your home quickly or letting it languish on the market for months. This first step is crucial when preparing a house for a successful sale. These four home seller tips will guide you through the process.

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    Denver Housing Market | Looking Back on 2018 and Ahead to 2019

    Posted at 12/21/2018 12:00 PM by Amy Fontinelle

    The last 12 months have been exciting for Denverites. We’ve seen further developments from the Zeppelins, proposals for a new neighborhood called River Mile, and plans for new commercial buildings that will hold offices, stores, restaurants, apartments, and a new World Trade Center campus. Alongside all this, we’ve seen strong appreciation in Denver’s home values. 

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    Latest Companies Moving to Denver

    Posted at 11/26/2018 12:42 PM by Amy Fontinelle

    Denver may have lost its bid to become the home of Amazon’s second headquarters, but it remains a desirable choice for companies that want to relocate or expand. 

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    Downsizing | How a Smaller House Can Change Your Life (For the Better)

    Posted at 10/24/2018 11:00 AM by Amy Fontinelle

    The larger your home, the more time and money you have to dedicate to its upkeep. More square footage means more floors to sweep, more counters to clean, higher electric bills, and so on. Maybe you’ve decided you’re tired of it all and you’re looking to downsize to a smaller home.

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    13 Steps to Selling Your Parent's Home

    Posted at 09/21/2018 09:15 AM by Amy Fontinelle

    Many adults will find themselves needing to sell a parent’s home at some point. The most common and unfortunate reason is that a parent has died, leaving no one to live in the house or leaving a spouse who doesn’t want to live in the house alone. Other times, children need to relocate an aging parent to an assisted living facility. That parent might have diminished mental capacity related to age or illness, or they might not want to deal with the stress of selling the home. They (and you) might also fear that others will try to take advantage of them because of their age. If you do find yourself needing to sell your parent’s home, here are the steps to follow.

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