The Cherry Monk

The legend of the Cherry Monk, featured on the poster of the 2013 Cherry Creek Arts Festival, is a tale of a monk that bicycles to the top of a mountain to pick and gather cherries from a tree of enlightenment for the deserving members of the village below, however the road down the mountaintop is so rutted that the cherries spill from the basket and scatter randomly.  Only the luckiest villager receives the enlightenment.  Feeling lucky and random?  Maneuvering today's residential real esate market requires both luck and enlightenment!

With record low inventory, and rapidly changing interest rates, the buyer in today's market needs a combination of finesse, enlightenment and luck.  Many homes in highly desirable areas are receiving multiple offers within a few hours of launching to market.  The winning buyers begin their search with pre-qualified letters from reliable lenders and ample earnest money....enlightenment.

Some of the hottest neighborhoods in Denver are the Highlands, Washington Park, Observatory and University Park, Denver Country Club and the Cherry Monk's favorite Cherry Creek.  To engage in this real estate game, don't depend on the random scattering of great listings to roll from a bicycle basket...connect with a real estate specialist, preferably one that lives and breathes your desired neighborhood.

As a resident in Cherry Creek, and a fourth generation Denverite with homes in Hilltop and Park Hill, I have the knowledge and expertise to help you manage the search.

For more information contact me at Kentwood City Properties.
303-820-2489 or posted: July 9, 2013 - Judy's Denver - Blog
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