Lincoln Park (Denver, CO)
By Brian Petrelli, MBA, GRI
(The Brian Petrelli Team - Metro Brokers)
Lincoln Park Denver Condos have seen a lot of interest from buyer and sellers the past couple of weeks. As Buyers continue to far outpace Sellers, we are checking the inventory of Denver Condos for sale every day, watching for properties as they are entered into the MLS. As we were researching properties for one of our clients, we created this report and thought it may help some of you in the market.Here is the Market Summary: Right now, there are 1 active Lincoln Park Condos on the market. Right now, there are 823 active Denver Condos on the market. Right now, there are 1 under contract Lincoln Park Condos on the market. Right now, there are 881 under contract Denver Condos on the market. There are 1 Denver foreclosures on the market. Average prices increased $19,298.00 over the last y...
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By Bruce Swedal, Denver Real Estate
Lincoln Park Real Estate in Denver   What Makes People Choose Lincoln Park? People first began to settle into Lincoln Park during the 1850's which makes it one of the oldest neighborhoods in Denver. The architecture tells a story dating back to around 1900 and currently there are about seven thousand people living in Lincoln Park. One of the most appealing aspects residents of Lincoln Park enjoy is the easy access to cummuter lanes including I-25 along it's western edge and public transportation with a local light rail station near Osage and 10th.  Do You Want to Make a Move to Lincoln Park? Take a look at the Lincoln Park Real Estate in Denver with total access to all of the Hottest Lincoln Park Listings available. Get them Fast and See Them First with Real Time Updates! What's There T...
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By Bruce Swedal, Denver Real Estate
Lincoln Park Homes for Sale in Denver   Why Do People Live in Lincoln Park?   Lincoln Park was first settled in the 1850’s and is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Denver. Home to approximately 7,000 people, many of the homes found here date back to around 1900. Commutes for residents are convenient with access to I-25 running through its western edge and a light rail station located at 10th and Osage.   Looking for a Home or Loft in Lincoln Park?   Take a look at the Hottest Listings no the Market. Find all the of the currently available Lincoln Park homes for sale in Denver CO? Updated several times each and every day.   What’s Lincoln Park Like?   The neighborhood is named for the local Park which offers a wide range of facilities for the locals. Basketball court, recreation center,...
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By Kerry L Klun, Broker/Owner, 321-626-5868
(Palm Realty)
Going to the Historic Buckhorn Exchange is certainly unlike any other restaurant experience you will find.  The Buckhorn Exchange is located at 1000 Osage Street in Denver just across the street from the railroad tracks and the light rail station.  The Buckhorn Exchange has many interesting facts that surround this saloon from the days of the Wild West.  First, off, the Buckhorn Exchange has the first liquor license in the state of Colorado.  Yup, that's right, Liquor License #1!  Surviving Prohibition in 1916, the "saloon" part had to be put aside.  However after Prohibition ended, Colorado's Liquor License #1 was issued, and is still valid today.                                                                                       The Buckhorn Exchange was originally opened in Novembe...
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For those of you that crave fabulous Japanese food other than sushi, I highly recommend Domo on the 1300 block of Osage.  Country style Japanese food is served in a spectacular setting that is unlike anything that you will find in Denver.  I highly recommend the Unagi bowl. Tender, mouthwatering unagi is served with a variety of side dishes that will make you long for Japan, whether you've ever been there or not!  This is a definate must visit!!!              Domo Restaurant1365 Osage StreetDenver, Colorado 80204303-595-3666www.domorestaurant.com           Posted By: Kerry Klun - Historic Homes of Denver - 303-549-0818                                 www.historichomesofdenver.com To Search for Homes in Historic Denver
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By Linda Simpson
(Your Castle Real Estate)
Loan Considerations for Buy and Hold InvestorsAs far as investment loans, little or no money down loans are impossible.  However, lenders do permit the use of Home Equity Lines of Credit or second mortgages from other properties owned by the borrower as a source of down payment.  Or, self-employed borrowers are using funds from business lines of credit to fund down payments or renovations (please note: there are asset seasoning guidelines for doing so and the debt incurred by accessing other credit lines must be accounted for against the borrower’s debt-to-income ratio). Thus, we have clients leveraging themselves with other homes they own in order to get in with little or nothing down.  There are exceptions, but practically every lender requires Full Income Documentation on any investm...
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By Linda Simpson
(Your Castle Real Estate)
Loan Considerations for Fix & Flip / Short-Term InvestorsSecuring conventional financing on a fix & flip or short-term loan is not recommended.  Most conventional lenders sell off their mortgages to investors on the secondary market.  If the loan is paid off early (before six payments are made), the investor has not recovered their initial investment.  The investor will attempt to recover their loss from the lender, who will ultimately come after the loan originator.  The loan originator would then be obligated to pay back any premium paid out by the lender.  If such activity becomes habitual with the loan officer, the lender can cease doing business with them and their firm.Furthermore, conventional loans require conventional appraisals.  The lender will require that the home is a) hab...
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