Madison Commercial Real Estate

Madison & Company has assembled a top-producing team in the commercial real estate industry, with the ability to facilitate the purchase/sale/or lease of in all aspects of commercial real estate including retail, office, industrial, land, multi-unit investments, business opportunities , and commercial short sales and foreclosures. 

The CORE Power Broker Team has some of the best Realtors® in the industry. These top producing brokers are experts in real estate and work tirelessly for every one of their clients.

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You can learn more about the CORE Power Broker team and contact them here.

A Few Fun Facts about Valentine’s Day

Did you know…?

• Richard Cadbury produced the first box of chocolates for Valentine’s Day in the late 1800s. (List25.com)

• 141 million Valentine’s Day cards are exchanged valentines-day-1182250annually, making Valentine’s Day the second-most popular greeting-card-giving occasion. (Hallmark)

• In addition to the U.S., Valentine’s Day is celebrated in Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom, France, Australia, Denmark, Italy and Japan. (History.com)

• Teachers receive the most Valentines, followed by kids, mothers, wives, and sweethearts. (Wisebread.com)

• Hallmark produced its first Valentine in 1913. (Wisebread.com)

• 15 percent of U.S. women send themselves flowers on Valentine’s Day. (List25.com)

• Over 50 percent of all Valentine’s Day cards are purchased in the six days prior to the holiday, making Valentine’s Day a procrastinator’s delight. (List25.com)

• The phrase “Sweets for the sweet” is a line from Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Act 5, Scene 1.

(Wisebread.com)

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Just incase you’re still figuring out your plans for the National Day of Love, check out a few of these unique guides to doing Denver Valentine’s Day right.

The Know: A unique guide to Valentine’s Day in Denver

Eventbrite: Valentine’s Day in Denver 

5280: Valentine’s Day

Open Table: Valentine’s Day Restaurant Reservations

Denver.org: Romantic Events Around the City

 

 

Park Hill Redevelopment Slated for Summer 2017

Ben Maxwell has been dreaming of redeveloping the 2800 block of Fairfax Street for over 10 years. This Denver developer lived in Park Hill for over 11 years, and identified the two-acre block between 28th and 29th as a possible site for redevelopment long ago.

After developing a few rental properties in the neighborhood, Maxwell assumed someone would pick up the block he now owns. When no one came along to revamp the area, Maxwell decided to pursue his dream of bringing more housing, community, and business to the area.

Park Hill Commons, the mixed-use neighborhood Maxwell is planning, is slated to begin construction in summer of 2017 through Maxwell’s development firm, HM Capital Group.

Maxwell’s vision is to create an all-in-one neighborhood in Park Hill. The small neighborhood will surround the town square, with a park, restaurants, residential, and commercial property. Offices can be rented out by a number of small companies as shared workspaces, or a couple larger companies could rent out the entire space.

According to the current plans, Park Hill Commons will consist of 21 townhouse and 22 apartments, in addition to spaces for retail, restaurants, and offices. Maxwell estimates it will cost approximately $30 million to create the mixed-use complex on Fairfax Street.

Residential rentals in Park Hill Commons will range in size and price, from small micro-apartments to 1,400 and 2,000 square feet townhomes.

The vision for Park Hill Commons is to create a mixed-use neighborhood that fosters community, is pedestrian-friendly, and offers more options to the residents of Park Hill. Maxwell envisions restaurants overlooking the park where kids can play while parents dine, possibly a grocery store, and more in this all-in-one neighborhood.

Sources: Business DenGreater Park HillHM Capital Group

Madison Market Report: February 2017

February Market Stats 2017

 

Read the full Denver Metro Association of Realtors® report here.

Madison Market Report: January 2017

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“I’m starting to see an increased trend with more single-family attached/condo properties entering the market. Property managers have reported that some rental property owners are starting to sell their rentals, taking advantage of record high prices. We had 17.06 percent more new condo listings hit the market this December compared to December 2015, which represents a five-year high for new condo listings. Looking a little deeper, over the last two years the City and County of Denver had roughly 30 percent more single-family detached properties for sale than single-family attached. We had a reversal this December with 33.1 percent more single-family attached condo properties for sale than single-family detached homes.”

Steve Danyliw, Chairman of DMAR

Go here to view DMAR’s full Market Report.

 

 

 

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The 12 Days of Real Estate

12 Days of Real Estate

On the 12th Day of Christmas my Realtor® said to me…

The holiday lights are beautiful and bright, so looking at homes is quite a delight!

If you’re worried it’s a bad time to sell, let me ease your fear! Holiday buyers are serious and motivated, with my help selling during the holidays will be swell!

Have a few blackout dates when you don’t want to look at homes, the holidays mean making time for you, your family, and friends too!

I’m here to help you negotiate, if you are ready to buy or sell, there is no reason to wait.

During the holidays many people are relocating, if you need a new home, I’m here to help you find the perfect one!


If you’re thinking of buying, it could be of great benefit to your taxes. Close before the first of the year, and the deduction could bring you even more holiday cheer! Best to consult your tax expert or accountant to see if closing before end of year is of benefit this year.

Decorations make everything more fun, so don’t hold back – your love for your home will truly show.

Interest rates are often lower this time of the year, there’s no reason not to capitalize on the joy of the season!

Closing on a home can be stressful and drawn-out, but during the holidays closings are more simple and quick. With my help we’ll get your home closed fast and you can enjoy the holiday cheer without a single worry or fear!

There’s less market activity during the busy holiday season, so if you’re looking to buy or sell there’s less competition! With this leverage let me help you negotiate, with me by your side everything will be great!

Winter is a good time for looking at houses, with snowy wonderland and holiday lights leading you towards your new perfect place to call home.

Most important of all is to have a happy holiday! From your favorite, friendly Realtor®, I wish you everything merry, cheerful, and joyous!