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Enjoying the First Steps in Your New Denver Home

Moving to Colorado could just be one of the best decisions you ever made. There are so many things to love; from skiing in the Rocky Mountains, summer mountaineering to Denver city life and crisp outdoor air. It’s no secret that at Kenna Real Estate we’re passionate about life in Colorado and when people move here from out of state we feel like we need to share with them the magic of the area as much as we can. That being said whether someone is moving down the road or across the country to live in Denver or other parts of Colorado we want to ensure their move is as seamless as possible.

We can Help take the stress out of your Move

Moving home can be a daunting prospect which is why we’ve put

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 Beverly Binder –

Decorating and Home Staging Skills with Kenna Real Estate

At Kenna Real Estate we are delighted to be working with Beverly Binder who is our expert in professional home staging and decorating. This service is just one of many that we offer to our real estate clients as well as those who may have newly moved to the area and are looking from some home décor inspiration. Beverly puts our client needs first and gives them 100% of her attention. Her skills in home staging and in home decorating are second to none and she utilizes her vast experience in this area to get the very best for your home.

Home staging is a fantastic way of being able to get the very best out of your home without any of the hassle of arranging everything

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Rent To Own Homes in the Denver Metro Area

Kenna Real Estate provides responsible households a transparent path to homeownership through its Lease with a Right to Purchase Program. Rent to Own your Home Now.

Kenna Real Estate provides responsible households a transparent path to homeownership through its Lease with a Right to Purchase Program. 

How The Rent To Own Works . Kenna Real Estate is working with an amazing Lease with a Right to Purchase program. If you qualify for the program, you get to pick a house that is FOR SALE based on your approved rent, in a community where they purchase and you would get to rent that house. The investment firm purchases the home, and you are only obligated to a 1 YEAR LEASE term at a time, with a right to renew your

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Five Points Neighborhood in Downtown Denver, Colorado

Why Do People Live here?

Five Points is a beautiful neighborhood of single family homes that is conveniently located just outside the north end of Downtown Denver. It's not uncommon to see neighborhood kids playing the streets of this quaint little oasis in the suburbs during the summer and sledding down snow covered streets in the winter. It's far enough from the main hustle and bustle of the city that residents don't feel like the urban center of Denver is knocking on their door.

Looking for a home in Five Points?

Five Points

Interested in finding homes for sale in the 5 Points Neighborhood of  Denver Co? Click that link to find all the currently available homes in this area of Denver.

What's

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History Of Interest Rates in Denver

Many Denver Home Buyers have called us this week wondering if the rise in interest rates is the first step in a disastrous free-fall in Denver housing prices. While we don't pretend to know where Colorado housing prices will go, we thought it would be interesting to see where interest rates around Denver have been in the past.  Here is a list of the average Denver interest rate for a 30-year fixed rate mortgage over the past 45 years, in 5-year increments.  Also shown is the amount of points it cost to get that rate.  One point is 1% of the loan amount.and you pay that in closing costs. In short the rise in interest rates will not effect the Denver Real Estate Market in any drastic way, the main effect it that many…
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The fix could take another decade, new study finds

More than a decade after the Great Recession swept through Colorado and decimated an overbuilt real estate market, metro Denver is now experiencing the other extreme: a chronic tight supply of housing that is sending home prices and apartment rents skyward.

It could take another 10 years or more to correct the imbalance, according to a new report on Denver’s housing crunch that points to a complex set of factors confronting metro-area homebuyers and renters, particularly those on the lower end or entry level of the market.

Those include shortages of available land for residential development and workers in certain trades, a backlash against growth, low productivity in the construction business

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Luxury Condos

Items That Should Be in A Luxury Condo Buyer's Checklist

Buying a luxury condo in Scottsdale may be at a much higher level than, say, shopping for groceries from the neighborhood store.  But just like the much more grounded task, luxury condo shopping could use reminders in the form of a checklist. After all, buying a luxury condo involves a serious amount of money, and no prospective buyer would ever want to forget something important. So here are some items that should be on your checklist when buying a Scottsdale luxury condo.

The location

Location is always key whether you’re purchasing a luxury condo as a business investment or as a place to call home. If you want to live in that luxury condo you’re planning to buy, make sure that the

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Riders Beware: A Guide to Toxic Plants and Grasses for Horses in Colorado

There are hundreds of different types of plants and grasses in Colorado and across the rest of America, which serve to provide a gastronomic feast for our equine companions. Whilst the vast majority of these plants are safe for horses to eat, some of them are not, and it is essential that all horse owners are aware of the toxic plants in Colorado that they and their horses should avoid. Whilst some of these plants may well leave your horse with an upset stomach, some are so toxic that they could lead to a risk of permanent damage or even death. This is why its so important to be safe and aware of what they are eating when you are riding outside with your horses and allowing them

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How to Sell Your Denver Home

Selling your home quickly means you get to spend less time thinking about it and less time stressing about it. But it also means that you’ll likely get more money for it. The first two weeks are the prime time for sellers to grab buyers’ attention, so here’s how to take full advantage of that brief window and get your home sold quickly.

Refresh Your Landscaping

GIve your lawn a little manicuring before you pound in the sale sign. In addition to mowing the lawn and pruning back unruly bushes, try planting a couple of new trees or shrubs to frame the front door or walkway. Do away with excess grass slowly spreading beyond its bounds by edging your sidewalks and driveway. An investment of as little as $400 in improving

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How To Turn $9,000 Into $85,115 In Just 5 Years Just Buying a Denver Area Home. 

Denver Mortgages Gain EquityBuying a Denver area home is a smart decision for your future. Here’s how you can potentially turn $9,000 into $85,115 in just 5 years? Kenna Real Estate's Loan Advisor Shawn Janusheske explains.

The Denver home market is appreciating at over 11% right now.  But if we take a conservative approach and use just 3% appreciation.  Here’s what can happen. Imagine what 11% looks like!

On a 300,000 home purchase, qualified homebuyers can put just $9,000 as down payment. 

In just 5 years that $300,000 home purchase would have appreciated in value to $347,728.

Plus the loan that started out at $291,000, after making 60 payments would have a remaining balance of

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New program offers No Down Payment Loan