Real estate consumers should consider all options for assistance when buying and selling homes in the Greater Denver area. Boutique brokerages are smaller in size compared to larger firms, but they can bring quite a bit to the table for buyers and sellers for a variety of reasons.
Platt Park is a small, truly “local” Denver Area neighborhood with appeal for many real estate buyers. Platt Park offers a desired urban and suburban mix with an array of local small businesses in the area. We highlight these features and more in this edition of our Spotlight Blog.
Denver continues to be a progressive city on the move. The steady growth of the RTD light-rail train system is a part of the its greatness and high quality of life. 2016 offers Metro Denver residents four new rail lines in different parts of the city, including the existing A Line to the airport.
In October, 2015, new TRID rules took effect regarding mortgage disclosure forms. A few of these changes are having small effects on Denver real estate buyers and sellers. Preparation for some of these changes will ensure closings are not delayed for all parties involved as long as the new rules are followed. Furthermore homebuyers will be more informed prior to the actual closing.
The real estate market usually changes with the calendar. Fall and early winter are typically slower seasons for buying and selling properties, but there’s always activity, especially in the Denver market.
We’ll discuss some of the pros and cons for fourth quarter (4Q) buyers and sellers to consider before making a transaction by the end of 2015.