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BEFORE AND AFTER: BERKELEY RANCH

We love being able to show you how a little imagination during the buying process can make all the difference after closing. Adam’s clients were first time home buyers on the hunt for an updated home that still had opportunities

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September Market Update

September is historically a month that we see a natural calming of the market as buyers and sellers often decide to stay put in the Fall and Winter months. September 2020 was a different story. Once again, the Denver market

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Denver Mobile Food Pantry

Bienvenidos Food Bank

Bienvenidos has been serving Northwest Denver since 1976, and while Denver has grown and changed so have they. They operate a variety of programs to support the community including their storefront market on 38th and Pecos and a mobile food

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Crush Walls 2020

2020 might be the year that everything was canceled but art is not canceled! Especially outdoor art! This year’s CRUSH (Creative Rituals Under Social Harmony) will be the 11th year that artists take over RiNo and the surrounding area with

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August Market Update

August broke most of the records set in July and then some. The strong buyer pool pushed average home sale prices to over $604,000 and kept inventory at a record low. At the end of August, there were 5,496 active

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Summer 2020 Farmer’s Markets

It’s might be possible that there are even MORE farmer’s markets in the Denver area this summer! With many expanding their options to include meal kits and cocktails as well as delivery options, now is a better time than ever

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Before and After: Cole Half Duplex

First-time homebuyer Katie had a limited budget but still wanted a yard to enjoy and upgrade potential in her future home. Zach helped her close on her cozy Cole half-duplex, “Things were a little rough around the edges but after

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July Market Update

As we approach the peak of summer heat the Denver market has also continued to heat up. July saw record-breaking demand, limited inventory, and prices. More homes closed in July 2020 than any month ever in the Denver Metro area.

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June Market Update

With June data in, we can confirm that prices are still increasing and demand is still high in the Denver real estate market. Under contract numbers in May were at record numbers and June has beat those records. The number

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Sun Valley Kitchen & Community Center

posted by: Tricia Whitaker in Community

When Glenn Harper found what he thought was the perfect spot for the expansion of his food truck, an old grocery store, he actually had found the perfect way to give back to his longtime neighborhood of Sun Valley. Even

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Favorite Small Businesses

Denver has so many amazing small businesses that could use our support now more than ever. Check out Generator’s favorites! Zach Erol’s Tailoring in Cherry Creek has outstanding service and does exceptional work!   Paul Meta, these awesome folks are

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Popping Up in Denver

The current state of the world has opened up new opportunities for entrepreneurial chefs and existing restaurants to rev up what takeout can look like. Each of these is chef-driven, but mostly driven by the love of food and some

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Get Outside!

Summer is basically in full swing so it’s time to bask in the great Colorado weather we brag to our midwestern friends about! Just remember to give your fellow outdoors people plenty of space whether you are on the trail

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May Market Update

At first glance, the May stats reflect the market standstill that occurred in April. However, the most remarkable part of May was the record-breaking spike in under contract listings. Under contract listings this month were up 18.9% for single-family homes and

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Stay at Home Refresh

We’ve never been at home more and it might be the perfect time to do some small projects that will make a big impact when you eventually list your home for sale. I talked to our brokers and got their

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April Market Update

As in-person showings screeched to a halt in April, Buyers became comfortable with virtual showings pretty quickly. The average days on market for sold properties in April was just 20 days. This tells us that appropriately priced homes are moving

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Classic Denver Home Styles

Look out your window just about anywhere in Denver and you’ll see signs of new construction; cranes, fencing, and dumpsters are dotting the skylines and city streets. This makes now a great time to reflect on the classic architectural styles

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April Brunch and Learn: Creative Paths to Homeownership

Think rent prices are OUTRAGEOUS?!? Us too!! If you are on the fence about homeownership, our no BS discussion is worth an hour of your time. Grab a mimosa and join us for a light brunch while we discuss non-traditional

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The Gathering Place

posted by: Tricia Whitaker in Community

As we welcome spring, it’s a great time to remember the services in our community that support our neighbors. Generator has been proud to support The Gathering Place for the last few years. After a chilly morning cooking and serving

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Plains Conservation Center

Visiting the Plains Conservation Center in Aurora offers a glimpse of pioneer life on the Colorado high plains. These 1,100 acres, at 21901 E. Hampden Avenue, have been preserved, with a mission of educating people about the natural wonder of

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The Charm of Tennyson Street

It’s always enjoyable to stroll leisurely along Berkeley’s pedestrian-friendly Tennyson Street from 38th Avenue to 44th Avenue. It’s a quirky and often lively street lined with a mix of historic houses and brand new residences and businesses. Tennyson Street is

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Thanksgiving at Bienvenidos Food Bank

posted by: Tricia Whitaker in Community

As we reflect on the meaning of Thanksgiving, we give thanks to the help of so many who supported Generator Real Estate’s Turkey Drive. As a result of this community generosity, we collected 101 turkeys that have been distributed to

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Fieldwork at the Denver Museum of Contemporary Art

Tara Donovan’s Fieldwork exhibit is something to be seen.  This exhibit, which runs through January 27, 2019, is a full museum takeover of the Denver Museum of Contemporary Art.  Donovan’s art, which includes sculptures, drawings, works on paper and site-specific

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Same Cafe

Coconut Red Lentil and Thai Yellow Curry soup.  Greek Quinoa and Feta Salad.  Kohlrabi, Garlic Scape Pesto and Irish Cheddar Pizza.  Made from scratch and mostly organic.  This was my lunch last week at the SAME Café at 2023 E.

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National Ballpark Museum

Does it surprise you to learn that Denver is home to the National Ballpark Museum, which is recognized by the Smithsonian as “one of the top 21 finest private baseball collections in the world”? This small, quirky museum is located

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