Posted in General on February 26th, 2015 at 11:52 AM
A very nice article was written about me and my contributions to Rebuilding Together Metro Denver.
Check it out...
Posted in General on February 13th, 2015 at 2:19 PM
Thanks for the review, Janelle!
"Drew was extremely dedicated to finding me a home. He always knew about a new home available in my portal before I did. He went out of his way to show me homes whenever it was convenient for me. Drew was never pushy, but always available to answer my questions. He supported my decisions 100%, but when asked, he was helpful and knowledgeable with his advice. Each person he recommended to me (as a lender, inspector, or other service provider) was also willing to go above and beyond to make my home-buying experience the best possible!"
Posted in General on February 11th, 2015 at 6:34 PM
The lack of inventory in the Denver area is incredible. Even with all the inventory the big builders are generating, it won't even come close to bringing us up to a balanced market. Denver currently needs ~18,000-19,000 active homes for a balanced market and we're easily under 5,000!!
This is a very, very strong seller's market. If you've thought of selling your home, please contact me so we can discuss your situation and how you can transition into a new home.
Feel free to share this with your friends who may be thinking about selling.
Posted in General on February 10th, 2015 at 11:01 AM
"Natural splendor meets a man-made marvel at Glacier Skywalk, a spectacular observation platform situated high in the Canadian Rockies and unveiled last May. Designed by Sturgess Architecture in collaboration with the engineering firm Read Jones Christoffersen, this cantilevered parabolic pathway extends 100 feet from the edge of a cliff, thanks to an innovative system of Cor-Ten–steel supports. There’s no better place to enjoy panoramas of Alberta’s Jasper National Park, roughly four hours by car from Calgary. (The site is open seasonally, from May to October.) But those faint of heart, beware: The structure’s floor and balustrade are glass, affording vertiginous unobstructed views not only across the majestic canyon but also underfoot to the rugged ice field 900 feet below."
(Source: Architectural Digest)