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The Dos and Don’ts For Selling Your Home in Denver

The Dos and Don’ts For Selling Your Home in Denver

Selling you home in denverThere is no doubt that selling your home in Denver can be a stressful and overwhelming time. From strangers walking through your personal space during showings to constantly trying to keep your home in top shape, the whole process is tiring. But in order to sell your home quickly and as stress-free as possible, there are a few Dos and Don’ts that all sellers should be consciously aware of.

The Dos:

By far the most important piece of advice that all homeowners should listen to when it comes to selling their home is hiring a licensed realtor. Many people think that they can price and sell their...

David Weekly Releases Lots in Conservatory Green

David Weekly Releases Lots in Conservatory Green      

Lot Release by David WeekleyDavid Weekly has announced lot releases in the much anticipated new Central Park neighborhood of Conservatory Green. 66 new sites have been released for both the single family and paired home lines. Model homes are under construction and should be ready to walk through in March to early April.

The Cottage Collection represents a new line of single...

Denver Hot Spot: The Punch Bowl

Our Favorite Spot: The Punch Bowl Denver

Denver Punch Bowl BarIf you have been out in Denver recently, it is a pretty safe bet that you’ve heard of Denver’s newest hot spot, the Punch Bowl.  And if you have not already been there yet, do yourself a favor and go! This warehouse size restaurant and bar has reinvigorated Denver’s nightlife and created a category all its own. One thing is for sure: going and eating out in Denver has never been so fun.

The Punch Bowl Denver is a self-claimed “social club”. Situated in a monumental, 24,000 square foot, warehouse-style building, this new bar literally has something for everyone.  Who could have guessed that the building used to be a Big Lots...

The Advantages of Home Staging

The Advantages of Home Staging

The advantages of home stagingFor many of those selling their homes, staging may seem like a waste of money. Why would you pay someone to set up furniture in a house you just moved out of? It is a valid concern and many homeowners struggle with this decision when it comes time to list their vacant property. But there are numerous benefits to home staging that more than out weigh its costs and can even help you sell your home faster and for more than asking price. 

Habitually, human beings are very visual. But that does not mean we do not need a little help. As a homeowner who is selling a house you have lived in for a number of years, you visualize the living room with the furniture that has occupied it previously. But to a buyer who has...

A Glimpse at Congress Park Architecture and History

Congress Park Architecture and History

Congress Park ArchitectureThe lesser know Congress Park may seem overshadowed by its dominant neighbors: Cheesman Park to the west, City Park to the north, and Cherry Creek to the south, but this classic neighborhood is rich with an interesting history and vibrant Congress Park home styles. This portion of town offers access to the best parts of Denver, while still maintaining its character all its own.

Many of those currently living in Congress Park may not know how it came to be. Back in the mid-1800s, the area now called Cheesman and Congress Parks was a cemetery, called Prospect Hill Cemetery. As Denver did not have strong ties to any one religion, the cemetery was divided into separate areas for each...

Central Park Westerly Creek Construction Set to Begin

Central Park Westerly Creek Construction

Central Park's Westerly Creek North ConstructionIn an exciting announcement made on January 8th, Mayor Hancock confirmed that construction will begin before schedule on the Westerly Creek North open space. The date for commencement was on hold until 2017 when tax funds would become available, but as of early January, the process is underway. This Central Park Westerly Creek construction is exciting news for thousands of residents, as this park will only add to the Central Park open space and create yet another fantastic system of bike and walking paths.

The Central Park green space, located on the northern end of the already existing Westerly Creek area, has some major work...

Denver’s Glass House - Urban Living at its Finest

Denver’s Glass House: Urban Living at its Finest

Denver's Glass House ExteriorWith the seemingly overnight growth of LoHi, the eagerly anticipated opening of the Union Station district, and the rising popularity of Riverfront, Denver’s expansion has taken a trendy turn. The neighborhoods north of Downtown have seen massive growth in both construction and development over the past few decades, trying to fit the high demand for Denver luxury condos. And one such luxury residence has stood out among the rest-Denver’s Glass House.

Situated next to the Riverfront Park, just north...