Considering renting a home in the Central Park neighborhood of Denver but not sure how much it’s going to cost? Or even if you can find what you need at a price you can afford?
We get it! As real estate brokers that focus on buying, selling and renting Central Park homes we get those questions a lot from people moving to the area.
Well good news… we made the Central Park Rental Rate Cheat sheet just for you!
Central Park Rental Rate Cheat Sheet:
Before we give you the Cheat Sheet, we want to explain a few things about it so you have the right expectations.
The Cheat Sheet will show you how much homes will likely cost you in terms of rent. In addition to that, it will provide you with the ballpark purchase price you’d have to pay to purchase that same type of home. (Just in case you’re considering it.)
It’s broken out by property type and includes likely rents you’ll have to pay for carriage homes (also called a “mother-in-law” apartment which is typically over a garage), small/large condos, small/mid/large/luxury townhomes, small/large paired homes, and small/mid/large/luxury single family homes. It will also show you the likely bed count, sf range, garage size, and likelihood of having a basement all broken out by property type.
On the right side of the cheat sheet for every property type I put links to example properties in that category. Seeing a spreadsheet with sf, bed count, etc. is one thing but the links will really help you envision the actual types of properties you could find in that particular category.
The rental rates in this Cheat Sheet assume the home is in good condition, is unfurnished, would be available for lease in ~ 12 month increments and you as the tenant would pay all utilities. In short, these are long term rental rates, not short (night by night Airbnb) or mid-term (30/60/90 day) rates. Those would be of course be higher.
So, if you’re considering renting a home in Central Park you may want to start with the Cheat Sheet.
If it looks like the ballpark rental rate ranges would be appealing to you and you’d like some assistance, the next step would be to call us! We’re neighborhood experts and our company is laser-focused on serving the housing needs of Central Park residents. Whether you want to buy, sell, rent or lease out a home we want to be your first call.
If it doesn’t look like you can find the type of home that you need in the rent range you can afford at least you’ll know that before having to spend a bunch of time searching online.
Hopefully you find the Cheat Sheet helpful in your Central Park rental home search. If you need help with a real estate need in the area my contact info is below. I help busy people in and around Central Park with their housing decisions.
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