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$ 589,000 - 3349 Mourning Dove Ct , Frederick
  Bedrooms : 4
  Bathrooms : 3
  Sq. Footage : 2,492
  Year Built : 2014
  Garage Spaces : 3
  Type : Single Family
  MLS® Number : 1683655
  Greg Keating
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$589,000 4 bd/3 ba, Oversized 3 car garage, RV/Boat parking, Zip Line, Hot Tub, Outdoor FIre Pit, Brand new roof, and So much more.


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Getting the best price for your current home is the BEST way to get into your dream home. We pride ourselves on selling homes an average of 4% higher than the MLS by providing full-service. Every home is different and our team is committed to tailoring our services to best serve our clients and the sale price potential of the home.

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Our team is here to handle every detail and get the best price possible for our clients. We're happy to assess your property and customize a sale plan. 

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Open House on Saturday, May 5th 11am-2pm   Beautiful Thornton home! Updated, stainless appliances, quartz counters, mosaic tile backsplash. Adams 12 Five Star Schools and minutes from shopping and I-25 make this home a great place to live.   For Private Showings with Us Call 303 452-9797
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Market data from the month of September indicates the Mile High City’s red-hot housing market may be moving toward a place of balance.

It’s time for a reality check. With decreases in the number of homes sold and average home price, the Denver real-estate market experienced a slowdown in September 2017, according to the Denver Metro Association of Realtors’ October market report (of September data). Those moves, though small, may spur more dramatic shifts in the future.

Total sales of single-family homes and condos decreased by 21.58 percent between August and September 2017. Granted, Denver experiences a seasonal slowdown every autumn, but over the past decade, the average drop from August to September has been just 10.1 percent.

“Limited supply

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High demand and low supply have made it a seller's market pretty much all over the country, and especially for lower-priced homes.

That does not mean every house will sell or sell quickly. Price is still important, especially as some markets begin to overheat.

The low number of listings has made the market more competitive, pushing prices higher at a fast clip. Nationally, prices are up about 7 percent from a year ago, and in the hottest markets they are up double digits. Still, a house can be overpriced, and today's savvy house hunters can smell an overpriced house a mile away.

If a listing is overpriced and sits on the market for too long, it gets stale. Potential buyers will see the time on market and click past your listing, often

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