Simple, clean lines, flat rooflines and large overhangs are popping up throughout metro Denver in neighborhoods old and new. The minimalistic style of contemporary architecture, devoid of decorative trim or elaborate ornamentation, is attracting home buyers at every price point. In the contemporary ... » Learn More about Contemporary design finds a sweet spot with buyers
As your Solterra real estate specialist, I’m keen to stay on top of the plans for Rooney Valley. What happens to that acreage is of special interest to Solterra residents, to the buyers considering a move into this special neighborhood, and the homeowners who plan to sell in the next year or ... » Learn More about Rooney Valley Update: The Impact on Solterra
Real estate sales in metro Denver are typically slow this time of year. The frenzied pace of the fall market starts to wind down as we approach the holidays, and usually stays slow for a few months. It’s cold. There’s snow to deal with. The market goes quiet, with fewer buyers and not many new ... » Learn More about List my Solterra home in January? Yes!
Fourth quarter usually brings a SLOW-DOWN IN BUYER DEMAND. This year is no exception. What we haven’t seen in Solterra in a long time is the current level of active listings—33 to be exact, and four of those are on the market for $1M-plus. That’s also unusual. In addition to the 33, another seven ... » Learn More about Solterra inventory running high