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Adventures in Pricing - Historic Homes in Urban Neighborhoods
A few months ago (sheesh, almost six months already!) I stopped actively selling real estate. Oh, not to worry, I still keep my fingers in the pie and my toes in the water of the Denver real estate market, but I don't actually list or sell properties in my own name. However, being the control freak that I am, anyone who gets a referral from me can count on lots of - ahem - help from me, especially if they're working with someone from my precious Sphere of Influence. I'm sure my - ahem - help is very much appreciated.
Anyway, I recently referred a sweeeeet Charming Old Denver listing to a fellow SWS'er - Mary Beth Bonacci. It's in one of Denver's many historic neighborhoods and was built in 1908. If you're fortunate enough to work in charming old neighborhoods, you know how challenging it can be to accurately price these homes. After 100 years (give or take a dozen) of renovations - not only of the subject property, but also of the surrounding neighbors, the influx of infill development, changes to perceived trendiness "boundaries," the comings and goings of neighborhood amenities, not to mention school district nuances and zoning ... more
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