Here is the latest and greatest on the resale market in Stapleton this week. Click on any of the links below to see maps, pictures and details about all of these properties.
There are 16 new listings that hit the Stapleton market this week. That is more new inventory in a week than we’ve seen lately but it is June and still peak season for listing and selling your home.
This week there are two new income qualified affordable homes for sale below $200k in Stapleton. Those income qualified ones can be hard to come by so hopefully if you’re in the market for one of those you’re ready to jump. Not sure how the Denver affordable home buying program works? Stapleton has an expert in this, Damon Knop. When I have a buyer that wants to buy in this program I refer them to Damon because he knows the ins and outs based on doing hundreds of these deals already. (Learn more here)
Want to buy a home but having a hard time getting your offers accepted? Here is a post that may help!
There were 9 Stapleton homes that went under contract this week. One thing I noticed is many of these listings took several weeks to a month to go under contract. So, don’t fall into the trap as a buyer of thinking you have to pay full price because it’s a “hot” market. Make sure you are doing your research and making a reasonable offer based off comparable sales…otherwise you may just be overpaying when you don’t have to!
There were 9 closed sale this week. One quick takeaway is the DR Horton “Mansion Homes” condos have been closing in the low to mid $300k’s range lately. Those have appreciated nicely. It seems like the attached products in Stapleton such as the KB paired homes, DW paired homes, Wonderland Edge, DR Horton condos, etc have all done really well in terms of price appreciation. I think is mainly driven by a lack of inventory and the fact that renting in this price range costs way more than buying!
There are now 47 total active listings in Stapleton. In the upper price ranges buyers have some options but the $200k’s and $300k’s are still really low in terms of inventory.
If you’re a buyer in the low $500k’s right now I think 8172 E 50th Dr is worth checking out. At $524,950 with a finished basement I think this is a good deal on a nice David Weekley single family home.
If you’re a buyer in the high $300k’s I think 2013 Trenton St is a good value. The listing agent just dropped the price today to $379,000. With 3 beds/3 baths and an open layout at this price I think it will be gone this weekend.
Resale Stapleton Buyer & Seller Needs
In addition to what you see on the market, we also have active buyer and seller needs I wanted to share with you.
Do you have a home you want to sell that could fit these Stapleton buyers…
$400k – $500k range, anywhere in Stapleton, detached single family homes only.
$300k – $350k range, anywhere in Stapleton, like the Thrive row homes.
Do you have interest in any of these up-coming listings…
High $300k’s – KB Paired home with huge sunny side yard. 2 bed + loft, coming in early July.
Considering building a new home in Stapleton? If so we put together a free resource guide just for you! Check it out here.
Need a local Stapleton real estate broker? I’d love to chat and see if I can be of service!