Glass House #816, located at 1700 Bassett Street, is a stunning two-bedroom with incredible views of Commons Park and the Rocky Mountains. This residence features one of only 20 balconies in the building that allow patio furniture and are large enough to really use. Enjoy warm summer evenings eating dinner and watching the sunset from your balcony. American cherry hardwood floors, cherry cabinetry, slab granite counters, stainless steel appliances and two parking spaces add to this home’s appeal. Call me to see for yourself how great this residence truly is at (303) 618-3622.
You need to act fast if you want to take advantage the first-time homebuyer credit. Buyers must be under contract by April 30, 2010 and closed by June 30, 2010 to receive the $8,000 credit. Additionally, the tax credit has been expanded to include those in a higher income bracket and who currently own homes. Couples that earn as much as $225,000 a year and individuals earning up to $125,000 will qualify. For buyers looking to move-up it’s a $6,500 credit. The plan draws the line at homes $800,00 and up, and for primary residences only. To find out if you will qualify, click here. If a new home in Riverfront Park is what you are looking for, I would love to help. Give me a call at (303) 618-3622.
Forbes Magazine came up with the 10 best cities to buy real estate and Denver was #5. They looked at the “premium to buy” which is difference between what someone would spend on rent versus what they would spend on a mortgage. For these 10 cities the premium was much lower than the 15-year average. Forbes also identified where economists predict the largest increase in home prices over the next five years. Here are the cities: 1. Boston, 2. Charlotte, 3. Chicago, 4. Cincinnati, 5. DENVER, 6. Minneapolis, 7. Philadelphia, 8. Portland, 9. San Francisco, 10. Washington D.C.