Denver has so much to offer and the world is on to all the greatness Denver provides to families, singles, young, old, internationals, and a variety of industries and demographics. Here are
• Which metro gains more yards? Denver properties are larger than Seattle properties. Average lot size in square feet: Denver: 74,636, Seattle: 60,754
.• Where are the most veteran players located? “Although they’re almost evenly matched, Seattle has fewer new homes than Denver.” Percent of new construction vs. existing home sales: Denver 5.4 percent, Seattle: 5.3 percent.
• Whose players move the fastest? “Denver’s homes are selling at nearly double the rate than Seattle homes.” Median days on market: Denver 18, Seattle 32.
• Which metro has the most expensive players? “Seattle wins when it comes to median home sales prices, edging out Denver by more than $26,000.” Median sales price: Denver $259,000; Seattle: $285,849.
• Whose coaching staff is best? “A real estate agent acts as a coach in a successful home purchase or sale. As it turns out, these two markets have an outstanding coaching staff, with nearly-perfect agent ratings and reviews based on ZipRealty’s agent ratings,” according to ZipRealty officials. Average agent ratings: Denver 4.91 out of 5, Seattle: 4.84 out of 5.
Of course Denver Wins. Go Broncos!!
January 30, 2014
Dennis HuspeniReporter-Denver Business Journal
As a Full Time real estate agent for the past 23 years, Sheryll has helped hundreds of home owners in Colorado buy and sell their homes. Sheryll's easy going, no pressure style and her in depth knowl....
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