Your Colorado Real Estate Buyer’s Guide
A home purchase is one of the most significant and important investments one can make. Choosing to work with a seasoned and experienced Real Estate professional can also be one of your most important decisions. A home purchaser must be mindful of all personal preferences but also of other hidden items such as resale value and neighborhood characteristics.
Will your REALTOR® be able to:
- Identify and select a thriving neighborhood where values are improving?
- Define and find a home with preferred architecture and curb appeal?
- Find an open floor plan with plenty of storage space that has room to grow?
- Determine optimal resale value and find attractive financing terms?
Good groundwork and experience at the point of purchase can prevent buyer’s remorse later! One’s home should be both a comfortable and exciting place to live as well as a rock solid investment!
Featured Colorado Properties
Denver Real Estate Quick Facts
Denver Chamber Information
Visit the Denver Chamber of Commerce Relocation Information site for more information about moving to Denver.
Known for years as the Queen City of the Plains, Denver is a perfect blend of urban sophistication, outdoor recreation and incredible 4-season weather. With over 300 days of sunshine per year (a fact that many locals still try to keep secret), it’s easy to see why people fall in love with the city the first time they visit.
Real estate in the Denver area is also considered a tremendous value when compared with other major metro areas. The diverse economic base provides a steady, vibrant and healthy local economy.
Denver features some of the nation’s most highly sought-after real estate (here are various Denver tools and valuation maps).
Downtown Denver/Lo Do…
The downtown Denver Business District and Lower Downtown, (Lo-Do) is a fantastic & vibrant area! The Downtown Denver Partnership deserves much credit for the redevelopment of Central Denver’s historic business districts.
What is the Downtown Denver Partnership?
With a reputation for more than 50 years of excellence, the Downtown Denver Partnership plays many diverse roles to enhance Downtown Denver. The Partnership is a leader, place-maker, convener, idea generator, facilitator, recruiter, team-builder and policy advocate. The Partnership’s six areas of focus – Leadership, Environment, Experience, Jobs, Connections and Housing – are the basic, integrated elements of the organization. The final and most critical components of the organization are the valued members and constituents who shape policy and help guide new endeavors. Downtown Denver Parthership
See more at; www.downtowndenver.com
Cherry Creek North
Denver’s premier shopping and dining neighborhood is the Cherry Creek North area, featuring over 320 unique and independently owned shops, boutiques, galleries, restaurants and spas. From custom-embroidered dog collars and pet-spas for Fido to Atomic Chicken Wings at the famous Cherry Cricket restaurant, this area has a multitude of shopping and dining experiences just waiting for you. The 22-mile Cherry Creek Bike Path connects to downtown and beyond, creating the perfect route for a morning run or an afternoon ride.
Denver Tech Center, Meridian & Inverness
Located just south of the downtown area, you’ll find Denver’s second ‘downtown.’ Tall and mid size office buildings dotting the skyline, the Denver Tech Center (DTC) is home to many of Colorado’s most valued mid and large-size companies. It is also where ‘everybody else’ works who is not downtown!. DTC is surrounded by excellent upscale neighborhoods including Greenwood Village, Lone Tree, Cherry Hills. Nearby are the latest in shopping and entertainment venues, including Park Meadows Mall and Southwest Plaza. It is also situated within walking distance to 3 new light rail stations and is bounded by Cherry Creek State Park and Cherry Creek Reservoir. The area features many of the city’s newest mixed-use urban development areas and hottest restaurants including Denver’s favorite steakhouse, Del Frisco’s. All Doctor Relocation Home Buying Clients will be treated to lunch at one of the many fine restaraunts while.
Parks, Recreation & Trails System
This information coming soon……
Major Denver Attractions
Denver Broncos and Invesco Field
Located near the site of Denver’s old Mile High Stadium, construction on the new Invesco Field began in August 1999. With 76,000 seats the stadium incorporates a three tier grandstand design in the shape of a horseshoe. The lower grandstand circles the entire field. Visible for miles, atop the scoreboard is a replica of a Bronco named “Bucky”.
Colorado Rockies and Coors Field
The 76-acre ballpark stands at 20th and Blake streets in Denver’s historic lower downtown (“LoDo”) district. Fans sitting in the first-base and right-field areas are treated to a spectacular view of the Rocky Mountains. Every year since it opened in 1995, Coors has been a league leader in attendance. On a clear Saturday night when the temperature is 72 degrees and 23 percent humidity, there isn’t a better place to enjoy a cool Colorado evening outside.
Denver Nuggets / Colorado Avalanche and the Pepsi Center
Home of past Stanley Cup Champions the Colorado Avalanche, and the Denver Nuggets, Denver’s Pepsi Center is located in the downtown area with easy access to major thoroughfares. Among the prime sporting venues in the nation, the Pepsi Center offers prime entertainment value for concerts and sporting events.
Denver Museum of Nature and Science
The Denver Museum of Nature & Science is the Rocky Mountain region’s leading resource for science and education. A variety of exhibitions, programs, and activities help Museum visitors experience the natural wonders of Colorado, the Earth, and the universe.
Denver Art Museum
Continuing a legacy of bold and innovative architecture, the Denver Art Museum commissioned architect Daniel Libeskind to design an expansion that would accommodate the museum’s growing collections and programs. The 146,000-square-foot Hamilton Building opened to the public October 7, 2006. The Hamilton Building’s stunning design recalls the peaks of the Rocky Mountains and geometric rock crystals found in the foothills near Denver. “I was inspired by the light and the geology of the Rockies, but most of all by the wide-open faces of the people of Denver,” says Libeskind. The building is covered with 9,000 titanium panels that reflect the brilliant Colorado sunshine.
Doctor Relocation Property Management
Specializes in managing residential properties and apartments in Denver, Aurora, Englewood, Highlands Ranch, Parker, Littleton and the surrounding areas. To Denver-area renters, Doctor Relocation has become the de-facto property management company as our properties are consistently clean, located in desirable locations, and managed with a personal and professional touch. Some home Buyers may choose to rent a home for a short term prior to buying a home to provide adequate time to research the right neighborhoods.