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Denver Real Estate Market Trends for 2014

The current real estate market is showing signs that we are off to a great 2014! Properties sold in January spent 61 days on the market, which is a 22% decrease from last year. (Metrolist)

“We are optimistic about the 2014 real estate landscape,” said Kirby Slunaker, CEO and President of Metrolist, Inc. “We’d advise any consumers who are planning on entering the market for a new home later this year to start looking early.”

Metrolist Graph for Single Family Housing in Denver

According to Metrolist, the quantity of home transactions rose 26.3% and the median home sold price was up 10%.  Home sellers can now list with more confidence and buyers can feel safer that their home won’t lose value right after purchase.

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Stapleton Listing: 10501 E 28th Pl

MAJESTIC MOUNTAIN AND CITY VIEWS: 10501 E 28th Pl, Denver CO 80238

This stunning south-facing Infinity home with turret sits on a corner lot, steps to the F-15 pool & park with playground.

front view of 10501 E 28th Pl - new listing in Stapleton, Denver Colorado

The spacious courtyard entrance with oversized pavers sets a grand stage to enter this four bedroom, three bath home with 4,588 total SqFt.

Courtyard of 10501 E 28th Pl in Stapleton, Denver Colorado

The open floor plan features a welcoming foyer, a grandiose 2-story living room with 14 windows of natural sunlight along with a picturesque Juliet balcony.

Foyer of 10501 E 28th Pl in Stapleton, Denver Colorado

The main level also has a private study or main-level bedroom.

Study of 10501 E 28th Pl in Stapleton, Denver Colorado...

Protect your home in freezing weather!

Follow these tips to ensure that your home is protected during freezing weather. With temperatures remaining well below freezing in the Denver area, it is more important than ever to protect your most valuable asset: your home!

-Keep your heat set to at least 65. The walls of your home stay colder than the interior space (which is where your pipes are).

-Know where your water’s main shutoff is located. If a pipe freezes you’ll need to shut off the water to your home, and fast. Make sure you not only know how to find it but that it is easily accessible.

-Open your cabinet doors. This allows warm air to circulate near your pipes

-Eliminate sources of cold air near water lines. Make sure windows and doors are sealed. Insulate pipes if necessary.

-Drip your faucets. Allow your faucets to maintain a slow drip during very cold weather.

-Service your heating system. The last thing you want is a broken furnace or a house fire! Professionals get very busy this time of year so address it before it’s a problem.

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Protect your home in freezing weather!