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Welcome To The Revv Difference: High Octane Realtors With High Octane Results

Revv Real Estate is a collection of Colorado independent real estate brokers operating under the Revv brand. We value independent thinkers and self starters and recognize strong initiative and hard work. The ambition, passion and integrity of our agents are what make the Revv brand stand out in comparison to the larger real estate corporations.

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“ Angie was an absolute pleasure to work with. She is knowledgeable about the Denver area and was very willing to chat and answer questions whenever we needed."

“Angie is very attentive and took the time to understand what was important to us in order to find us the best matches in the area. Angie was honest with us and helped us tremendously in buying our first home in Colorado. "

“She acted in our best interest and we highly recommend her to anyone with real estate needs. We had a wonderful experience working with her. Thank you!"

“ At first I thought my property was ready to sell, Marina convinced me otherwise, and I’m really happy that I listened. and was amazed at the negotiation table. If you are buying or selling a home in Colorado, speak to a Revv Broker."

“ If you are buying or selling a home in Colorado, speak to a Revv Broker."

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Denver architecture: Go New with Contemporary/Modern Row Homes

Contemporary style isn't as easy to define as the other Denver architecture styles. Basically, it refers to homes that are being designed and built today. Even more so than the modern style, contemp

Mortgage Rates Surge in Latest Week by Most Since 1987: Freddie Mac

he U.S. 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 5.78% for the week ending June 16, according to data released by Freddie Mac on Thursday. That’s up 55 basis points from the previous week—one basis point

79% Say Now is a Bad Time to Buy a Home

Fannie Mae released their latest Home Purchasing Sentiment Index last week which revealed that 79% of consumers believe now is a bad time to buy a home. Why? Fannie said “These results suggest that incre

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