Homes for Sale in Denver, CO
It is getting harder to find homes for sale in Denver, CO. Just like the rest of Colorado the Denver real estate market is getting tight. There are still homes for sale but they move fast. This makes Denver’s inventory lower than any other time. We have seen this trend in the real estate market here in Denver for almost a decade now. Colorado has been a destination for a lot of buyers coming here from out of state. Denver, CO is one of the best cities in the country to live in.
If you are looking to live near the mountains but have the “big city” feel, there are lots of homes for sale in Denver. Denver is a great city with everything you could ever want to do. You have your professional sports, museums, a zoo and everything else a big city will offer you.
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Denver Listing Agents
We have the best listing agents. We can list any home in Colorado. We specialize in luxury homes and horse properties but will work at any price point. We treat all clients the same. You get luxury service for any priced home. We sell your home fast and for the right price.
Denver Buyer Agents
Our team of buyer agents for helping you find a home know the area. They are very experienced and know how to negotiate the best price for you based on the real estate market conditions. Sign up on our website for real time property alerts.
We Are High Tech
We are a high tech brokerage. We have multiple high traffic websites and market your home throughout the internet with digital marketing and on our websites. 90% of buyers find their home online. Our technology help our buyers and sellers call us to find out how!
Why Use Danny Skelly When Buying Your Denver, CO Home
Orson Hill Realty is not only a different kind of real estate company for homebuyers but our OHR agents and brokers are a different kind of Realtors. Unlike many real estate agencies, Orson Hill employs only Realtors and ones that have a good track record, not only with clients but with their peers as well. We don’t take just any agents or brokers. We only take the best. We are not a company that strives to have the most agents but we strive to have the best agents and brokers. We could certainly pick up every new broker and real estate agent off the steps of the local real estate school but we don’t think that is best for our clients. We would rather be a small real estate agency with the best agents and brokers as opposed to the biggest agency with bad or mediocre agents. I would think you would agree on this when buying your home. Some brokerage firms will boast about the number of agents in their brokerage. Honestly, that has never made sense to me. Just because you have the most, it doesn’t mean your the best. It just means you spend a lot of time requiting agents and honestly that doesn’t mean much to your clients. Only the employing broker truly benefits from a lot of agents in the office.
Homebuyers are usually new to the area and need as many resources as possible. From local schools to where to go on date night on a Saturday night. Orson Hill Realty will give you that personal experience and support you need to set up in your new neighborhood. Our agents and brokers understand that you are probably making the biggest investment of your life when buying a home. Our agents will get you all the info you will need for schools, setting up your utilities and internet. Our agents will help you remember things you might have forgotten to set up or transfer. All of our agents are skilled in septic and well and high-end luxury property sales and purchase ends of the deals.
It is more important now than ever with this crazy market to have your own buyer agent and someone advocating on your behalf. Sellers are putting their homes up at high prices to test the market. They know it is a seller’s market right now. You need a professional real estate agent that knows the area and knows how to price a home. You need someone that can negotiate on your behalf to get you the best price and make sure you don’t move into your new home with negative equity. It is easy to get caught up in the fast pace market and make a huge mistake and buy something with emotion instead of thinking it through. Danny