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Come + celebrate with us at our ribbon cutting tomorrow at noon!

The ceremony is sponsored by the West Chamber of Commerce. There will be a champagne toast at 12:30 alongside the cutting + a taco bar!

We hope you can come by + see us at 2010 Youngfield St. Lakewood, CO 80215!

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Last week, a normal Denver overbid house was listed at $347,000, but sold for $361,000. Last week, 47 percent of the people who bought a home paid more than its asking price. The differences ranged from $1 extra to a full $60,000 more. This could eventually be your home too!

Read the full article by Megan Arellano on

Here are the top five over-list sales of the last week:


18951 East 44th Place, sold for $32,100 above list price

The exterior of 18951 East 44th Place. (Courtesy of Redfin)

  • 4 bedrooms, 1 full bathroom, 1,711 square feet
  • Sold for $302,000, 11.9 percent above asking price


1847 West 41st Avenue, sold for $38,000 above list price

The exterior of 1847 West 41st Avenue. (Courtesy of…

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West + Main Homes' Founder + Owner, Stacie Staub, was quoted this week in the New York Times, who asked for her thoughts on Denver's ongoing Seller's Market and current housing market conditions.

In Denver, where the inventory of homes has been low for the past couple of years, there is no such thing as lowballing, said Stacie Staub, founder of West and Main Homes in Lakewood, Colo., near Denver. Often, she said, homes go on the market on a Friday and are under contract by Sunday.

The market is so tight that Ms. Staub often recommends that people looking to trade up to a new home should first sell their own house, and then go shopping with cash. Sellers generally frown on contingency offers, which are subject to the sale of an existing home.…

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  Choose from 4 fantastic lots in Denver's popular Cory-Merrill neighborhood, and build one of 3 completely unique and thoughtfully designed home models. Build an Urban Ranch Home, a 2-story Colorado Farmhouse, or a stunning Mountain Modern home (seen above) with clean lines and contemporary finishes. Proven builder with an amazing track record - we have homes at all levels of finish that are available for you to walk, and we would love to bring you into our showroom to check out floor-plan options, available finish choices, and our convenient + exclusive financing solutions. We look forward to working with you to build your dream home!   1711 S Jackson St, Denver, CO (One of four listings)   $875,000   Listed by Doug Sutton for West…

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Should You Buy a Home With Cash?

If you have the ability to purchase a home with cash only, then you’re part of a slim percent of the American population - congrats! Before you head to the bank to withdraw those fat stacks of greenbacks, make sure you consider both the pros and the cons (yes, there are some cons) of skipping the mortgage. 


Skipping the interest. Buying a home is often a good investment, but buying one flat out may be an even better one. This is because you save on mortgage interest that is usually paid over the life of the home loan – interest that could amount to anywhere between several thousand dollars to hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Avoiding the fees. With an all-cash deal, you skip those loan origination fees, an…

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Kids, and adults alike, all over the country are being kept busy and off their electronics with this fun new art project of painting rocks!

The groups are organized by state, county or town, and often originate on Facebook, gathering local members who wish to join in the fun of painting rocks, hiding rocks and hunting for rocks painted by others.

It's a simple act of kindness that's making a big impact in communities across the country. From Vermont to Arizona, rock painting groups are brightening the days of strangers — one colorful rock at a time.

To read the full article please visit

Megan Murphy is a life coach from Massachusetts who started the Kindness Rocks Project, a movement that many rock group creators credit with…

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Enjoy your elegant & low maintenance lifestyle in this beautiful City Park condo! Walk out your door to City Park, farmers markets, Jazz in the Park, Uptown's numerous coffee shops, restaurants & boutiques. Relax & take in the best mountain & city views in Denver from the 7th level pool, hot tub or by the firepits. Enjoy your workouts in an upscale gym. Entertain your friends in your open floor plan or in the building's multiple entertaining rooms, the theater room & or wine room with temp controlled wine lockers. Have your guests stay in their own guest suite when they come to visit. This condo uniquely has three storage units allowing for ample storage space. This is the perfect lock & leave condo & home for the city dweller!

Relax & take in the…

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There are so many people moving to Denver nowadays, that it can be difficult to determine how long they have actually been in our great state of Colorado. One of the sure fire ways to determine if they are "homegrown" is to ask them to name the official city neighborhoods.

A newbie might name some such as RiNo, LoDo, or Ballpark -- this means they are wrong and haven't been here long. These are all fabulous, popular, and fast-growing areas, but are relatively new to Denver, and most importantly, NOT official neighborhoods. 

As the city grows and old city borders obscure and morph into new in borders, one man has attempted to preserve the local history; Steven Chester is creating flags for each of the official Denver neighborhoods. 

“I didn’t…

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School is out, Summer is here, and it's Farmer's Market Season!

We love perusing our favorite Farmer's Markets with a latte in hand, finding the best locally grown produce and other yummy items.

Here are some of Colorado's best Farmer's Markets. (Did we miss your fave? Let us know and we will be happy to add it to the list!)

Fresh Markets:

Cherry Creek Shopping Center • 1st Ave. & University Blvd.
SATURDAYS, May 6 – October 28, 8 AM – 1 PM & WEDNESDAYS, June 14 – September 27, 9 AM – 1 PM

Sullivan Fountain • E. Colfax Ave. & Columbine St.
SUNDAYS, June 4 – October 29, 9 AM – 1 PM


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We hear it all the time - homeowners and renters who are "waiting for the Colorado market to cool down because prices are too crazy right now."

Makes sense, except we have been hearing folks say this for about five years now, and prices have continued to go nowhere but up. This is a quick analysis of what could happen if current sales trends continue in the Denver Metro area, with both average prices and interest rates on the rise. (Calculations include principal and interest only.)

As you can see, prices ARE rising at a fast pace...jumping almost $200,000 in just two years. So, does it make sense to wait? It depends on your situation and your financial and Real Estate goals.

If you thinking about Selling a Colorado property, it might seem…

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