Hey, Friends! With winter painting our surroundings and the ski slopes bustling, there’s a world of excitement to explore in and around the city. I’ve cherry-picked some amazing events for you to enjoy this December.
The Real Estate Market has seen a run of demand to finish the year as interest rates have plunged nearly a full percent from 1 month ago. Expect spring buying season to start a bit early with a drive up in prices next year as demand picks up. If you’re on the edge of selling or buying and we haven’t already discussed strategy make sure to give me a call as 2024 is likely to have a lot of pent up demand and we’ll want to position you for the right situation and opportunities.
If you want to discuss any specific topic, feel free to reach out. Wishing you a delightful holiday season, brimming with joy and adventure!
Embark on a magical journey as THE POLAR EXPRESS™ Train Ride returns to the Colorado Railroad Museum! Experience the essence of Christmas with festive caroling, delightful ‘Hot Chocolate’ performances, and a nostalgic ride to the North Pole aboard vintage coaches, led by an authentic steam locomotive. And don’t miss the special visit with Santa Claus! Join us for an unforgettable holiday extravaganza filled with enchantment and joy.
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A Christmas Carol
Join us for the essential holiday tradition in Denver! A Christmas Carol, a joyous musical adaptation of Ebenezer Scrooge’s redemption journey, brings Charles Dickens’ classic tale to life. Presented by the DCPA Theatre Company, this opulent production has been hailed as ‘a splendidly festive tradition.’ Experience the timeless story that illuminates the holiday spirit for generations. Don’t miss this enchanting celebration of redemption and joy!
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Market Insights by DMAR:
Homes in excellent condition and appropriately priced continue to attract offers within a week or two of listing. Conversely, homes in need of renovation tend to linger on the market, waiting for buyers who often hold out for two to three price reductions before making an offer.
In 2022, 21.2 percent of Colorado’s workforce worked remotely, six percentage points higher than the national average. The figure declined by 2.5 percentage points as some returned to in-person work.
Denver ranked as the fifth most popular city for Millennials relocating in 2022, constituting 40.78 percent of the city’s total population.
Mortgage purchase applications demonstrated that even small rate movements can significantly impact buyer activity. In November, mortgage purchase applications increased by 16 percent as rates dropped by 0.56 percent to 7.13 percent.
Real estate questions? Wondering how the market looks at the moment? Just want to say hello? Don’t hesitate to call me – I’d love to chat!