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    • January 2016 Market Update for Downtown Littleton

      January 2016 Market Update for Downtown Littleton

      December was a big month for closings in Downtown Littleton…22 homes sold!  A large jump from just 11 in November and 16 in October.  I do believe some of this was a result of new lending regulations that rolled out in October pushing closings further out as the industry adjusted.  Closings that should have happened in October or November may have been pushed to the end of the year to accommodate changes.  None the less it’s great news for Downtown Littleton homeowners.  While 22 homes closed only 11 new listings hit the market, not surprising for the holiday season, but still makes inventory even tighter and prices to continue to rise.

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      Written by Amy Terry
    • Infographic: December 2015 Market Update for Downtown Littleton

      Infographic: December 2015 Market Update for Downtown Littleton

      This week mother nature has brought us full swing into winter!  The weather in combination with the impending holidays, family gatherings, and travel home will cause home searches to take a back seat.  This months data shows an expected seasonal slow down as average days on market increased from 17 days to 24 – a week longer.  This is most likely welcomed news for buyers currently house hunting.  While homes are sitting a bit longer values are still improving – the average price per square foot for Downtown Littleton increased from $172 to $175.  The stats this month support my prediction from l

      Written by Amy Terry
    • Holiday’s Eve at the Littleton Museum

      Holiday’s Eve at the Littleton Museum

      If you’ve never visited the Littleton Museum, or if you’ve been there many times, do not miss the opportunity to see it at the most festive time of year.

      Enjoy the 39 acre site consisting of two living history farms (one representing the 1860’s and one representing the 1890’s), a small lake, a collections center, and a main exhibition.

      Sunday December 13th is a special evening celebration from 5:30 pm to 8 pm where you can delight in the smell of warm apple cider, cinnamon, cookies, and evergreens, while twinkling luminaries brighten the crisp December night air. Take a hay ride through the fields for a fresh perspective of the farms, while you snuggle with your favorite rosy-cheeked buddy.

      Tickets may be purchased at: Littleton Museum, 6028 S. Gallup St. and Bemis Library, 6014 S, Datura St. Cash or check only, please For more information call the Museum at (303) 795-3950.

      Ticket prices:

      General Public Adult: $10.00
      General P

      Written by Amy Terry
  • Infographic: November 2015 Market Update for Downtown Littleton

    Infographic: November 2015 Market Update for Downtown Littleton

    Third quarter saw a lot of real estate activity in Downtown Littleton.  62 new listings and 69 homes sold, demonstrating homes are selling faster than they are being listed for sale.  We currently have 10 active listings on the market, or 2 months of inventory, meaning if no new homes were listed, in the next 2 months those 10 homes would be sold and we’d have no inventory left.  To give you an idea of what kind of market this is, a balanced market between buyers and sellers typically has about 6 months of inventory, so we are still strongly favoring sellers currently.
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    Written by Amy Terry
  • Introducing Amy Terry and the Downtown Littleton Pulse

    Introducing Amy Terry and the Downtown Littleton Pulse

     

    My name is Amy Terry, and I would like to introduce myself as well as our blog, the Downtown Littleton Pulse. I am Downtown Littleton’s market expert for 8z Real Estate. I am a great source of community information for the Downtown Littleton area. Having built in the area, I have conducted quite a bit of research on demographics, market trends, and am in close contact with the zoning and planning departments; allowing me to know what is happening in Downtown Littleton as well as having insight on what is coming around the corner.

    Historic Downtown Littleton has a small town feel; however, this community is central to to the Denver area, providing s

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