Yes, once all units are sold, vlues will go up as long as it's well managed and financially sound.
Good luck! Contact me if I can help.
Would love to answer any questions you have about Downtown Denver Real Estate. The Spire is one of the newest High-Rise Condo projects in Denver. The biggest question to ask yourself about moving downtown, is what type of lifestyle do you have and want to have.
As a resident in Riverfront Park, I can answer any questions you might have about living downtown and the different properties and neighborhoods that are here.
Price is also pretty affordable when comparing size and finishes to other condos downtown.
Happy to talk more with you. I'm very familiar with the downtown life, the downtown market, both for investment and owner occupied and have some people that own in the SPIRE if you would like to see how they like it.
I probably have a different perspective as most of the "older" agents below. I'm in my early 30's and I actually live the downtown lifestyle and have first hand knowledge.
Modern Real Estate
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I have closed and funded over 20 residences in the Spire. They are always Fannie Approved and FHA/VA approved which opens the access to a much broader market. The HOA is a pleasure to work with from a financing perspective and the sales team is also very responsive which makes the closing go much smoother. Please let me know if you would like to see financing options on that project as I'm an expert in navigating through the idiosyncrasies of condo financing. Please call me at 303-910-7015
Linclon Park does have a few more units left and east of Downtown the Pinnicale which is across from City Park has some units that have been rentals that are coming on the market. That really covers New High Rises in Denver. For re-sales there is the Glass House in Riverfront Park, and a row of High rises on Larimer street.
Condo prices go up and down depending upon the building and the views. Spire prices seem to be holding there own. If I can be of any help feel free to reach out to me!
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Good answers all. If you are looking specifically for this area near Downtown Denver, the Spire will be your best shot. I would also suggest the Pinnacle if you are willing to go about 5-10 minutes East. It is right accross the styreet from the beautiful City Park. I also agree that the resale units may have more upgrades in the units without paying the upscale builder prices and taxes and sometimes having a long wait. We in the business now are seeing and expecting good appreciation in these quality developments. Good success with your decision.
Robert McGuire ASR
Your Castle Real Estate
1776 S. Jackson St. #412
Denver CO 80210
Direct â€“ 303-669-1246
A resale condo in the same area will cost less and MUST be appraised by an independent appraiser at market value -- determined strictly by "comparable" sales in the last six months.
Either way, this IS 100% the time to buy ... the government has artificially held rates down for the past two years, and I'm certain after the election or first of the year, they will start to climb. Even .25% of a percentage can either save or cost you money hundreds each month.
I hope you've found this advice helpful. If you have any other questions, don't hesitate to contact me at 303-906-3150 or email email@example.com. My website is http://www.jmontgomery.com
Good luck!! Julie Montgomery, RE/MAX Masters, Inc. (Sunday, July 8 at 3:53 pm)