Author Archives: Dustin Ragle

    • January 2016 Market Update for Horseshoe Stroh


      With 2015 behind us it is time to take a look back and see how the real estate market faired compared to 2014. Let us first look ahead to 2016 and what this year has in store for us in the real estate world. Many publications and websites are predicting that Denver will be the hottest housing market in the country in 2016. This can be attributed to a large number of jobs coming to our city as well as an low unemployment rate and great home appreciation. This will mean another tough year on buyers very likely having to deal with multiple offers and bidding situations. The inventory will continue to remain low giving the sellers the upper hand again this year. Lets all keep an eye on the mortgage in
      Written by Dustin Ragle
    • Infographic: December 2015 Market Update for Horseshoe Stroh

      I hope everyone is enjoying the snow we have been getting. I love seeing all the kids on the little sledding hill in Horseshoe Ridge which makes me tolerate the snow a bit more. Everyones holiday decorations are phenomenal this year as well, and it is one of my family’s favorite things to do this time of year to drive around and see all the lights. The holiday season makes me remember and realize more and more what a wonderful community we live in. 

      In the real estate world the month of November was a little slower than the previous month, which is a very normal thing to see this t
      Written by Dustin Ragle
    • Infographic: November 2015 Market Update for Horseshoe Stroh


      I cannot believe it is already November and Thanksgiving Thanksgiving is only a couple of weeks away. I felt like Halloween was a great success for the neighborhood with tons of kiddos out and about. There were definitely some spooky decorations scattered throughout and tons of candy to go around. As for the real estate market it was not quite as plentiful as the candy my girls came home with on Halloween. 

      For all the neighborhoods combined the total volume of sales for single family homes fell from $6
      Written by Dustin Ragle

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