It’s hot in Central Park! Temperatures are staying at a consistent: “Mom, I’m hot. Can we go swimming?” It’s so nice to see Central Park open back up again. Summer in Central Park is one of my favorite seasons. There’s so much going on and so many things to do in our neighborhood throughout the summer.
If you already live in Central Park, you know about the amazing pools we have throughout the neighborhood. This year, the pools are opening back up and Lisa has the scoop on the situation and answers a lot of frequently asked questions about the pools HERE.
Have you ever been to one of the concerts or movies on the green at the 29th Avenue Town Center? They’re back!!! These events are so much fun for every age. And you’re in luck! Tomorrow from 6-8 enjoy music from Tunisia. Along with the concert are several food trucks. Check out the calendar for more events throughout the summer.
I also want to wish all the dads out there a very happy Father’s Day this Sunday. In light of that, HERE is a link to some local Father’s Day events to make dad feel extra special.
Now, onto some Central Park real estate news. First, I want to point you to an article Mariel Ross just wrote about building a home in Central Park. We are in an unprecedented time of home building. There are several factors in play as to the process and how long it is currently taking to build a new home both here in Central Park and other neighborhoods around Denver. At Focus, we are constantly checking in with all the builders to get the latest information.
And here’s what we’re seeing this week in the Central Park real estate market.
This week we saw 16 new listings. The interesting thing to me is we saw homes in every price range in the neighborhood. At the top of the range are four stunning Infinity homes all on the north side of the neighborhood. We also have five fantastic paired homes and a little bit of everything in between.
There were 24 homes that went under contract last week. The days on market is still very low proving once again that buyer demand remains high. Last week the average days on market before a home went under contract was 4.
And we welcomed 24 new neighbors this week. The average listing price to closed price was 106%. This translates into the average listing price was $696,133 and the average close price was $736,956.
Central Park has 22 new listings this week: 11 on the north side and 11 on the south side.
Check out these 6 awesome new listings coming to the market next week!
The market continues to be heavily in the seller’s favor. However, here at Focus Real Estate, we go the extra mile each and every time when working with buyers to make sure they are well informed and positioned in the best possible way to win the home of their dreams. We are constantly working behind the scenes communicating with our neighbors and friends here in the neighborhood as well as other brokers to get the inside scoop on what homes may be coming onto the market to best position our buyers.
HERE is a short video with 10 tips for making a competitive offer in Central Park.
And as always, if you or anyone you know is looking to buy, sell, or build, we would love to be of service. My contact information is below. Have a great week, Central Park!
Disclaimer: Our Friday real estate updates are meant to be a “roundup” type post where we discuss all listings in Central Park, not just our own. It’s our way of making sure we follow the market closely and we share it with the Scoop readers because we know many of you like to track real estate in the area as well. Many of the listings in these posts are not our company’s listings and we wanted to mention that here to make sure it’s clear. Thanks for reading the Scoop!