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Cherry Creek : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Oct 28, 2017
Alan May answered:
It certainly would, if both parties agree and sign. It's called "third-party-approval".

Once the spouse approved the property, that contingency would be removed, and the contract would move forward. ... more
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Sat Sep 16, 2017
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Tue May 2, 2017
Donna Borruso answered:
do not want listing in co. i want listing for st petersburg florida
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Tue Jun 16, 2015
Ron Rovtar answered:
Hi jcjonesins:

You will have to go to your profile page. At the top in the green bar is a little white house and the label "My Listings." When you mouse-over this you will get a menu with two items, "Manage Listings" and "Submit Listings." You should be able to take it from there. If you have not set up a profile, you may have to do this first.

Best,
Ron Rovtar
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Thu Feb 6, 2014
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Cherry Creek can be a difficult area to find vacancy in. As you might know by now, it's a very desireable area to live in. It's also one of the more pricier neighborhoods in the Denver City line area. IF you're serious about staying AS-close to the Cherry Creek Area, you might try to move a little closer to the Denver university area, just east and/OR look for homes as close to Glendale area as possible (which happens to be the city I live in, which is part of the "Cherry Creek" area, but is just a few minutes from the actual Cherry Creek Shopping mall district). While Glendale is over 95% multi-dwelling units, but the very surrounding areas in Denver County, between Monaco, Along Leetsdale, and around Alameda, or just across Colorado Blvd ( all of which runs along the border near Glendale will have some homes who's price ranges that are rented out SHOULD warrant a $1500 rent.)
However, more and more landlords these days might be picky about a large breed dog, in comparison to choosing other candidate who don't have one. Having a dog like that definitely requires a place with a yard, as that's the most fair thing to do for the animal.

What you might probably want to do is post on craigslist a *wanted* (in the title) ad, and place that in the list of the people who have places for rent, as well as alongside those looking for places to live as well. Some landlords look on craigslist to research the market before they put their listings on, and THAT might just get you first dibs on a place that someone hasn't listed yet, that might be close enough to the Cherry Creek area you're wanting to move in.

Let me know if I can help you personally more on this.
Goodluck!
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Mon Aug 12, 2013
Julie Bloch Burton answered:
Hi John, there is probably a better website to search for what you are looking for. If you give me a general idea ---I can give you my opinion on which website will be user friendly and fit your needs. Julie


Julie Bloch Burton - Broker Associate, Realtor®
Brixton Real Estate - http://brixtonassociates.com/
Cell Phone: 970.396.7435 | Fax: 720-306-2397
email: julieb@Brixtonmail.com
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Thu Aug 1, 2013
Ritchy Haynes answered:
There are many websites that can assist in this however it might be best just to drive or walk around the neighborhood and grab the listing flyers!
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Thu Aug 1, 2013
Ritchy Haynes answered:
Wash Park has a wide range of homes as far as size and build are concerned and thus this isn't the best judge of price or value for that neighborhood. I recommend contacting an agent to distinguish more of what you are looking for at that point this may be a closer gauge of price. ... more
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Sat Jul 27, 2013
Ethan Besser answered:
Not necessarily. Contact a real estate professional to know for sure.
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Sat Jul 27, 2013
Ethan Besser answered:
How heavy is the dog? Many HOAs have weight limits.
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