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  • A Sheltered Life / A New Denver Magazine
    A Sheltered Life Magazine This is their first edition in Summer of 2013. According to the Editor and Publisher, Elaine Marlier the magazine wants to help homeless animals that cannot help themselves. The magazine sells for $1.95 and 100% of every sale goes directly to the aid of homeless animals. Our current economy has had […]

Denver home prices up 4.1% from 2009, Case-Shiller Index shows Read more: Denver home prices up 4.1% from 2009, Case-Shiller Index shows - Denver Business Journal

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Great News for the Denver Single Family Home Market !
For the fifth month in a row, home prices in the Denver area showed a year-over-year increase in March, and prices also rose slightly between February and March, according to the latest S&P/Case-Shiller Home Prices Index.
Denver ranked seventh among the 20 cities in the [...]

High Winds in Denver Topple Trees Onto Historic Homes

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Three days of high wind gusts in Denver caused several trees in the Seventh Avenue Historic District to lose large branches and even to fall [...]

5280- Where To Live In Denver Now

This is the recent article from 5280 about the hot neighborhoods to live in Denver RIGHT NOW !! I’ll be breaking down the neighborhoods individually and adding my own take to it in posts to follow. For now read what 5280 has to say.

In normal years, assessing Denver\’s hottest neighborhoods is pretty predictable business. Of course, 2010 is, and 2009 was, anything but normal. As the Mile High City—and the nation—begins the slow recovery from the housing crisis, many of the city\’s most desirable neighborhoods have seen marked corrections. That\’s not a bad thing, per se, as these communities (think East Wash Park, University Park, and Country Club) are still highly sought after, even if the sales data aren\’t quite as rosy as they\’ve been in the past. The good news, though, is that the benefactors of these micro-market corrections are, mostly, the areas around the city\’s classic neighborhoods—and the long-term effect of this phenomenon will be to expand Denver\’s overall livability. Whether you\’re buying, selling, or staying put this year, these are the places to be in Denver right now.

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