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Have you wondered who the most active real estate teams are in Denver? There are numerous websites who track real estate agent sales activity in and around Denver. A few of the most well known resources include Zillow, Trulia and Realtor.com. Let’s see who each of these sites inlude in their realtor directories.
Zillow in Denver
- Wisdom Real Estate. This is a team of 12 real estate agents. They are the #1 ranked team in Denver, CO based on 67 recent sales and five listings.
- David Ness. Zillow notes that David has a real estate team, however, they don’t tell us how many agents make up his team. David’s team has 60 recent sales and 3 current homes for sale.
- Ryan Carter and 8z Denver Team. Ryan has a team of 19 agents and they have 111 recent sales along with 4 current listings. His team has 185 reviews.
- Todd Narlinger has a team of 20 agents. According to Zillow, they have 104 recent sales and 6 current listings.
- Innovative Real Estate and Scott Lora. This is a team of 30 agents. They have 80 recent sales and 4 current listings according to Zillow.
- Patrick Finney Team City Specialists. They have a team of 8 real estate agents. It looks like they have 40 recent sales.
- Aaron Hard has a team of 10 agents serving buyers and sellers in Denver. They have sold 47 homes recently, however they have no current listings according to Zillow. I would question the accuracy of this data. It seems unlikely that they don’t have any current listings.
- Joe Phillips with Focuc Real Estate. Zillow tells us that he is a single agent with no team members. He has sold 18 homes recently in Denver.
- Kimberly Austin is a single agent with Coldwell Banker. She recently sold 38 homes in Denver and has 8 Denver homes currently for sale.
- Susie Best with Porch Light Real Estate has 37 recent Denver sales.
Trulia in Denver
Since Trulia is owned by Zillow, there is frequently a lot of cross over in their information, real estate agent advertising and realtor reviews.
- Trelora Real Estate has sold 273 homes in Denver and they hav 30 active listings for sale.
- Wisdom Real Estate has sold 251 homes in Denver according to Trulia.
- Jennifer Apel. According to Trulia, Jennifer has sold 245 homes in Denver.
- Susie Best has sold 284 homes in Denver.
- Innovative Real Estate has sold 214 homes in Denver.
- LEO Rowen has sold 226 homes in Denver.
- David Ness has sold 210 homes in Denver.
- Laurie Erb has 247 Denver homes sold.
- MODUS Real Estate has 206 Denver home sales.
- Dave O’Brien has 223 homes sold in Denver.
Highest Rated Real Estate Agents in Denver According to Realtor.com
The current top 10 list of Denver real estate agents includes the following:
- Ryan Sondrup
- Monica Breckenridge with Pink Realty
- Sara Murdoch with Live Urban Real Estate
- Anthony Rael with RE/MAX
- Carmen Molitor with RE/MAX
- Traci Kennedy with REML
- Dan Wisdom with Wisdom Real Estate
- Sandi LHMS with Metro Brokers
- Carolyn Erickson with Nexstep Real Estate Group
- Annette Knutson with Live Urban Real Estate
Who do you think should be included in the Zillow, Trulia or Realtor.com list for real estate agents in Denver? Let us know your thoughts.
My family has long been thinking about buying a cabin or condo for weekend getaways with the kids. We love skiing, snowboarding, hiking in the wood and just getting away together as a family. We’ve been discussing our thoughts with some of our friends and have been getting mixed reactions. On one hand we have friends who use their cabin 15 or more weekends a year. They spend every holiday and long weekend at their property and feel like it’s brought their family and kids closer together. We have kids who are approaching their teenage years and like the idea of spending the weekends with them and their friends. What’s better than getting away for a weekend with their friends to find out what’s really going on in their lives.
On the flip side, we have other friends who live in downtown Denver who own a property in Breckenridge. They love to ski but complain about the expensive association dues for their condo, upkeep and maintenance, taxes, insurance and the worry about having a “one more thing to worry about”. They often tell me that they wish they would have continued to rent a condo when they want to go skiing. It’s cheaper and much less of a hassle.
We’re pretty sure we’re going to begin looking more seriously for a property that fits our needs in February or March. I like the idea of having a home away from home. Someplace where the family can relax and spend time together without the interruptions of normal life back in Denver.
I spent my time as a kid in Breckenridge, CO. We would spend time hiking, biking and fishing during the summer and I practically grew up on the slopes. We’re leaning toward buying a condo in Breckenridge. There are a couple of nice units on Village Rd and Ski Hill Rd that are priced around $750,00. Jhoanna Robledo and Lucy Cohen Blatter recently wrote an article for brickunderground about the Pro’s and Con’s of buying a ski home. They note that January is usually the worst time to try negotiating on a ski home. Tyically the slopes are full and their is lots of competition for available vacation homes.
If we decide to make the purchase we’ll follow up here with pictures and let you know if it was worth it!
Belcaro – Located near Cherry Creek and Washington Park. The lots are larger than average which is great for families.
Bonnie Brae – Variety of newer and older homes including a range of styles. Located next to Washington Park.
Cheesman Park – A historic neighborhood with many Victorian homes and condominiums. Popular with young singles as well as empty-nesters. Located near parks as well as restaurants and bars.
Cherry Creek – If you like Georgetown you’ll love Cherry Creek. Lots of shipping including fashion, restaurants and a mall. Housing options include condos and town homes.
City Park – The largest park in Denver. Has a zoo, museums, golf and affordable homes, Fixer-ups to renovations.
Congress Park – This is an older area located close to Cherry Creek. Housing options include older homes with large trees.
Crestmoor – The community is quiet and homes are priced on the upper end. There is a private swim and tennis club.
Curtis Park – If you enjoy an area that is walkable downtown, that this will be a good fit. Housing options include historic Victorians as well as remodeled townhomes and some single family homes.
Denver Country Club – If you are looking for a prestigious area, this is it. Beautiful luxury homes and older mansions.
Downtown – Alternative to sophisticated. Heart of the urban action and located close to sports and theater.
Five Points – This is a historic part of the city with newer town homes as well as older housing. The community is rich in culture and history.
Highlands – This is a trendy neighborhood with a variety of housing options and prices.
Hilltop – Locate close to Cherry Creek. Homes built in the 1960’s as well as large new homes.
Lo-Do – Lower Downtown has lofts, condos, clubs and restaurants from Pepsi Center to Union Station to Coor’s Field. There’s always something happing in Lo-Do.
LoHi – Urban living near downtown popular with the younger crowd. Mix of new and old. Top restaurants, nightlife. Mexican food too.
Lowry – Close to the air base on Denver’s East Side. Newer Condos & Single Families with Town Center.
Mayfair – Smaller homes that are affordable w/ trees and In-Fills near hospitals & Colfax.
Montclair – 1950’s ranches. It’s located next to Crestmoor and Lowry.
Park Hill – The streets here are charming and lined with trees. It is a quiet, older part of town.
Platte Park – If you want to live near Washington Park and the Light Rail and you enjoy shopping and restaurants close to where you live, then check out this area.
Polo Club – The majority of homes here are patio homes with some large luxury estate properties.
River North – River North is north of downtown with new and old homes, townhomes and condos.
Southern Hills – Ranches Near University of Denver. Popular Slavens schools K-8. Many young families.
Southmoor – Large lots that are great for families or anyone looking for a house that has room for a dog to run. Most homes are from the 1960’s to 1980’s.
Stapleton – Shopping areas and new schools. Another great area for families and lots of kids.
University Hills – Walk to shopping, rail & coffee. Affordable new home scrappers and starter homes.
University Park – From here you can walk to Denver University, restaurants and Observatory Park.
Uptown – Condos to older homes walk to Downtown and Eateries on 17th Ave.
Washington Park – Yuppies, Drinks. Antiques and eateries. Bungalows to McMansions near park w/lakes.
Wellshire – Very safe community with golf. You’ll find a wide variety of housing options.
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