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Denver architecture: Colonial Style

The Colonial Revival Movement first took place in Denver in the 1890s and continues today. Colonial homes, which often include elements of the Federal, Georgian, or Neoclassical styles, feature rectangular floor plans, impressive front entr...

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Condo Demand Rebounds After Pandemic Slowdown

Competition for condos is growing fierce, as most are selling above list price and in a record 22 days, according to a Redfin analysis of nationwide MLS data and public county records. Additionally, existing condo and co-op sales in June su...

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Every Step of The Way

Dubrova And Associates LLC Offering Unique Expertise In This Real Estate Market Marina Dubrova. Managing Broker and Owner of Dubrova & Associates, LLC at Revv Real Estate, has been in the real estate business since 2002. Coming from a ba...

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Quick, the Appraiser Is at the Door!

‘Be prepared’ is a motto that applies not just to Scouting but also to getting your sellers ready for an appraisal. Key takeaways It’s appropriate to discuss your market knowledge with appraisers, but you cannot demand a parti...

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Denver Architectural Styles: Pueblo Revival

During the 1920s, there was a growing interest in the Santa Fe and Taos areas of New Mexico, encouraged by the bourgeoning arts scene there. Today one can find lingering manifestations of the influences brought back by Denver’s arts crowd...

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Mortgage applications jump 16% applications jump 16%

Increase corresponded with decline in rates last week After several consecutive weeks of drops, mortgage applications jumped 16% for the week ending July 9, 2021, according to the latest report from the Mortgage Bankers Association. Th...

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Less Danger of Foreclosure

The number of people in forbearance dropped 4% at the end of June to 1.9 million homeowners in forbearance. This number has been declining for 18 consecutive weeks and is expected to drop more in July. And 25% of people leaving forbearance have...

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