Denver Real Estate

Denver Real Estate is something everyone wants to own. This is especially true given the wide range of choices in the Denver Metro Area.  Denver has something to offer to most people with varying budgets. Choices include houses and apartments for singles, small families, and go all the way to luxury homes and upscale lofts and condominiums.  

Please allow our Denver real estate experts to assist you through every step of the way.


We have up-to-date information available on all of the Metro Denver Real Estate areas including Highlands Ranch, Cherry Creek, Lone Tree, Ridge Gate, Centennial, Castle Rock, Castle Pines as well as the classic, more established areas of Denver including Cherry Hills Village, Greenwood Village, Englewood, Littleton, Ken Caryl, Aurora, and Parker. 



Keeping you, the discerning buyer in mind, this site is a rich resource for your home-buying needs. Visit our Denver Real Estate Blog for timely articles and tools related to buying your next Denver area home or sell the one you now own.  Doing a Portland refinance on your vacation home?  Looking for home owners insurance?  This comprehensive section is a great free resource to research information on every aspect of buying and selling real estate. 


If you have any questions or would like to buy or sell your Metro Denver Property, please contact us at Broker One Real Estate (303) 880-4944. You may also receive answers quickly and without obligation by e-mailing us here at Your privacy is guaranteed and we will try and respond to your query in the shortest possible time.


Real Estate Tips

It is usually the sellerís responsibility to conduct this home inspection, and to carry out and fund any possible work orders that result from a less than satisfactory inspection. You should not close the deal until all home inspection has been completed. Every home inspection should include a checkup of the following: Foundations, Roof, Heating and air conditioning systems, Ventilation, Common areas, Septic tanks, wells or sewer lines, Insulation, Plumbing and electrical systems, Ceiling, walls and floors, Doors, and hazardous materials concerns

Your entire credit history will calculate to an overall credit score, which ranges from 340 to 820, with 340 being the worse and 820 being the best score. Where you are on the spectrum will determine what kinds of offers youíll get. If you have poor credit standing, you should expect few or less-than-stellar home loans or mortgage offers. Conversely, if you have excellent credit standing, you will receive very good offers.


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