Now that the weather is starting to heat up so is the Denver real estate market. With how competitive selling in the Denver metro can be, even the simplest details can put your home ahead of the curve.

List When the Market is Hot
The last thing you want to do is wait out until the market slows down to list your home. A hot market can benefit both buyers and sellers alike. By listing your home during the peak season, you’re bound to receive more traffic and offers than during the slow season. According to HomeLight, the best time to list your home in Denver is late spring and early summer – meaning right now! The tricky part is competitively pricing your home, but that is where I come in to get your home sold quickly.

Show Off Your Home’s Income Potential with Airbnb
Denver, and Colorado in general, is one of the top locations in the country for vacation rental properties. With companies like Airbnb becoming bigger and bigger, more and more homeowners are considering listing their home or a portion of their home as a vacation rental for extra income. Make sure your potential buyers are aware of the income opportunities thanks to Denver’s proximity to the mountains and amount of tourism possibilities near your home.

Decorate for the Season
Take advantage of the beautiful weather and 300 days of sunshine by decorating your home for the season. A little bit of natural light can have a major impact on your home’s aesthetic by providing warm energy from the sun and giving your space an open feeling, so keep the curtains and blinds open. Trade out any of your darker decorations for a more bright and colorful look, including some spring flowers. For more tips on staging for spring check out the Staging Tips for Spring blog post here.

Spring and summer in is always an exciting time in Denver thanks to all of the events, festivals, outdoor activities, and of course the red hot real estate market. Keep these tips in mind as we enter peak season and give me a call when you want to get started.