Ruby Hill (Denver, CO)

By Brian Petrelli, MBA, GRI
(The Brian Petrelli Team - Metro Brokers)
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Our team has been receiving several emails and calls asking about Ruby Hill Denver Homes for sale the past month. While the current demand from homebuyers continues to outnumber the available homes, we continue to watch the active inventory of Denver Homes every day, waiting for properties as the...

By Todd Groth
(Bev Groth Properties)
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Recent statistics have come out from Land Title Guarantee, the title company we, at Bev Groth Properties use for all of our closings.  They compare 8 of the major sections of the Denver area MLS.  This latest report included 4th quarter 2009 compared to 4th quarter 2008 on "Avg Days on the Market...

By Wes Fisbeck
(Your Castle Real Estate)
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Take a look at the first page, for AUN (Aurora North).  Note these positive market trends this year:-          number of active listings steadily declining-          average list price pretty stable (finally!)-          U/C up dramatically-          Number of sales / month up (partially seasonali...

By Wes Fisbeck
(Your Castle Real Estate)
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Colorado Mortgage Broker Licensing In response to the troubled national real estate market and Colorado's high volume of home foreclosures, efforts have increased to make higher caliber professionals involved in real estate. Licensing, rules and regulations have become more stringent for agents, ...

By Wes Fisbeck
(Your Castle Real Estate)
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TOPIC: Improving conditions in Denver's  market There are some signs of strengthening in our Denver market.  The metro area's inventory of available resale housing decreased 20% to 23,120 units in October from October 2007.  Some of this reduced inventory is attributed to homeowners taking their ...

By Wes Fisbeck
(Your Castle Real Estate)
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 Topic:  Special considerations for Investor loans The talk around the water cooler these days is all about LOANS. Who can get them? At what price? What if I already have a few loans, do I still qualify?  A year or two ago the question was at what price do I get a loan (those were the days!).  To...

By Wes Fisbeck
(Your Castle Real Estate)
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Topic:  Investor Series:  Why sewer scopes are important A LOT of agents don't advise their clients to get sewer scopes when they purchase a property. This is a major mistake.  A broken sewer can cost between $3,000 - $10,000 dollars to repair and it only costs $99 ($99Rooter - others are more ex...
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