Castle Pines Real Estate News Blog

8 Ways Your Home Can Increase Your Happiness

This fantastic man cave at 931 Utica Drive in Castle Pines Village makes Louie Lee happy!  The golf simulator transports him to all the famous golf courses around the world.  This luxury home spared no expenses in helping golfers find their happiness.  Here are some other simple ways to increase your happiness in your home. 

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Louie and Melanie Lee earn a spot among the NRT Elite!

Louie and Melanie are among the top 500 of over 41,000 agents in the NRT system. This success is driven by their customer service and dedication to clients!

 
 

New York Times Housing Rise and Fall

The New York Times has released the data of major cities and how much your home is worth Today. Click here to see how the value of your home has changed. Make sure the top of the graph says Denver, and choose the month and year when you bought!!

 
 

Louie Lee on Douglas County Schools

 
 

Colorado Real Estate Trendsetter Profile

We are very excited to be featured in the August issue of Colorado Homes & Lifestyles as a Colorado Real Estate Trendsetter! Click here to see the featured article.

 
 

Thinking of Selling? Now is the Time!

Denver Home Prices are Highest since October 2007 - read more here!

 
 

Our President Chris Mygatt was on Colorado & Company Tuesday, and when talking about great homes...two of our listings were chosen! We are so happy to represent Castle Pines Village in this way!

 
 

Great Place to Play...

As experts in Castle Pines Village, Louie and Melanie have been featured in the latest issue of Colorado Homes & Lifestyles Magazine. Read the article Great Place to Play...

 

 
 

Luxury home sales in Denver metro jump 52% in June from June 2011

07/19/2012 08:22:52 AM MDT By Howard Pankratz of the Denver Post

Luxury home sales jumped 52 percent in the Denver metro area in June, according to a report by Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.

A total of 108 homes sold for more than $1 million in June, up 52 percent from last June's 71 sales and 42 percent higher than May, when 76 properties changed hands above the million-dollar mark.

Coldwell Banker said the June sales were the highest since it began compiling the luxury report in 2007.

The report noted that while luxury sales increased, the median sale price for a million dollar home eased somewhat, falling 2.1 percent from May and 4.2 percent from June 2011.

The report said luxury homes sold faster in June, with properties spending an average of 146 days on the market, down from 156 in May and 164 in June 2011.

Sellers received 93.2 percent of their asking price on average, up from 92.6 percent in June 2011.

The figures were derived from Multiple Listing Service data of all homes sold for more than $1 million last month in the Denver metro area.

Chris Mygatt, president of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Colorado, said the luxury housing market in the metro area is flourishing.

"We saw it begin last year and it continues to build as we go through 2012," said Mygatt.

The most expensive sale in the Denver metro area last month was an eight-bedroom, seven-bath 11,200-square-foot home in Denver that sold for $3.49 million .

Denver also had the most million dollar home sales with 31, followed by Boulder with 18, Cherry Hills Village with 13 and Greenwood Village with 12.

Howard Pankratz: 303-954-1939, hpankratz@denverpost.com or twitter.com/howardpankratz

Read the Denver Post Article on Luxury Home Sales... 

 
 
 
 
 
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