Michelle Moghazy's Blog Posts

House Prices Cooling In The Mile High But Inventory Remains Low

According to a monthly update from the Denver Metro Association of Realtors (DMAR), metro Denver’s heated housing market continued to show signs of cooling in August, with single-family home sales

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Denvers Most Walkable Neighborhoods

Looking for a neighborhood in Denver where you can walk to virtually anything you need? We’ve got you covered. While Denver only came in at #16 on America’s Most Walkable Cities list, compiled

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Exploring Sloans Lake

It may not be as dense as the Capitol Hill or LoDo neighborhoods, but Sloans Lake certainly has a lot going for it.  Bounded by West 29th Avenue on the north, Federal Boulevard on the east,

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What To Expect When Buying Your First Home

If you’re a bit overwhelmed with the thought of becoming a homeowner, you’re not alone. Purchasing your first house is a significant step, and if you’re not familiar with the process, you

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Affordable Housing Units Headed To Lakewood

If finding affordable housing is one of your goals for 2017, you may just be in luck. According to a recent article in the Denver Post, a long-vacant office building at 5800 W. Alameda Avenue will

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Making An Offer On A Short Sale

Short sale properties can sometimes be listed below market value, but that doesn’t always mean that’s the price you end up paying. Short sales can be listed below market value with the intent

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Home Prices Still Rising As Sales Slow In Denver

According to recent data from the Denver Metro Association of Realtors (DMAR), home sales prices in metro Denver have continued to climb, but the pace of home sales is slowing as inventory

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Home Prices Cool Slightly While Condo Prices Heat Up In August

The Denver Post recently reported that Metro Denver’s housing market continued to show signs of leveling off in August, as both median and average prices dropped for single-family homes. The

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Denver Tops The List For Home Appreciation

The Denver Post recently reported that for the first time since the housing boom in 1991, the Denver housing market is leading the nation for appreciation. These findings come from a report

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