It is disappointing to hear that a Realtor had an opinion like that. We are bound as Realtors to not make those kinds of remarks that could influence the buying public, besides, it is basically unethical. You can consult the Public Safety Officer for that area of Denver by calling the Denver Police Department.
I have helped a number of buyers and sellers in Green Valley over the years. Green Valley continues to be developed by builders and has a long way to go regarding expansion. That helps you as a home buyer. New home prices are rising and new construction homes are in high demand as there is a shortage of homes across the metro area. Existing home prices are bolstered by rising new construction sales in the area.
Let me know how I might help as you continue your home search.
You can find more homes in Green Valley at paulsdenverhomes.com
There are those who will tell you it's "rough". To put it bluntly, they're racists. They're uncomfortable in any area that is not predominantly white. For the record, we are white, retired, in our middle sixties. We feel very comfortable and secure here.
There has never been any serious crime. Mostly property crimes, that frankly are as much the fault of the victims because they left valuables in their cars, or left their home unsecured. Not to justify the criminal conduct, but nearly all completely preventable.
Here is the Denver crime stats map for that area:
Hope this helps.
Your Castle Real Estate
Chris Yedo Johnson ABR CRS CNE SFR
Colleen Mullins, Realtor
Your Castle Real Estate
720-333-5363 (call or text)
Having lived in Green Valley Ranch from 2001 - 2008, I could be prejudiced. But we fully enjoyed our experience there and the Oakwood home we lived in. It is a diverse community with something for everyone from amenities, shopping, an amphitheater, and a highly rated golf course. We heard less sirens than in any area we have lived in in Denver proper.
I have sold more homes there in the last couple of years than anywhere else. I have had many clients who had the same questions (from agents and others) that I took there hesitantly to look. Once there, they loved the homes, the prices, and the community and are so grateful they made that decision. Some are actually single women. It is only 10 minutes East of Stapleton and worth the trip. Contact me for more info or to view homes in this 'hot' area of Denver.
Your Castle Realestate
Broker Associate, Realtor
Cherry Creek Properties