If you’re like most homeowners, there are at least a few things about your house that you’d like to improve. Whether it’s sprucing up the back yard or completely redesigning the kitchen, home renovations can be costly and time-consuming, but they can also bring a renewed sense of happiness with your home and can mean a greater selling price when you decide to move.
Whether you’re looking for hipsters or hippies; bicycles, brews, or the boardroom; it’s clear the Denver Metro area is highly desirable for both tourists and residents alike. In fact, it seems like a Colorado city or town tops a new “Best Of” list almost weekly! We’ve compiled just a sampling of the Top 10 (or 20 or 50) Lists that have included Denver Metro cities, towns or neighborhoods.
Buying or selling a home can be a lengthy, complicated process. But with the right real estate agent, it doesn’t have to be. At PorchLight Real Estate Group, we treat each client with concierge-style, first-class service while maintaining a friendly, casual approach that will let you relax and enjoy the next adventure in your life.
PorchLight is the only Denver real estate company to provide pre-market services, an extensive marketing plan, and expert negotiation skills in one full-service package. And it all starts with the mantra often repeated by real estate agents and clients alike:
Location, location, location.
When it comes to PorchLight, our location (or more accurately, locations) is worth bragging about.
Have you looked at Denver real estate listings and wondered what the difference is between a Victorian and a Tudor? Or a Denver Square and a bungalow? In your search to buy a new home, you’ll no doubt find that certain architectural styles better fit your personality and lifestyle. Before you start that search, it’s a good idea to get a primer in the different styles of houses for sale around Denver neighborhoods, and what they all mean.