A Gingerbread Condo

An update from a fan client revealed that he was referring a new client, his eight year old daughter. This adorable, intelligent and somewhat precocious daughter prefers the word "peeps" when referring to her school chums. Seems the word "people" takes up too much time, or perhaps 2 many syllables? She has also requested an alternative to the traditional holiday baking, instead of a Gingerbread House she wants to bake a Gingerbread Condo! Wow, game on, this is the client of the future and it is beginning to look bright! According to the Case Schiller report as reported in Inside Real Estate News, Denver home prices did not collapse to the level of many major cities. The negative media headline news has been highlighting markets such as Las Vegas and Phoenis, markets that built and developed right through the bubble. Their housing became too big too sustain, too big to fit. Those markets declined on the average of 60 percent, most markets lost 30 percent while Denver dropped 14 percent. Surprisingly, if you purchased a home in Denver in 2000, there has been an increase of about 13 percent on the average. These numbers fit, and are reasonably comfortable for buyers and sellers to negotiate around. Having a Goldilocks moment yet? Not to worry, the future is bright for the Denver area as the inventory is quickly diminishing and the buyers are increasing. With low interest rate opportunities, it is a great time to buy or sell in Denver... in fact in Denver, you might even hear the phrase it's a Tebow time to make things happen...courtesy of my newest client! posted: December 12, 2011 - Judy's Denver - Blog
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