Born in Colorado, David started in the real estate industry in 1999 as a receptionist and using his business degrees from CU Denver was quickly promoted to coordinator.

    In 2010 he made the leap to a full time agent and after helping hundreds of clients also activated a license in Las Vegas in 2017 to which has many dozens of happy clients.

    A loyal local sports fan, Dave enjoys snowboarding and golf in addition to attending Nascar races where a family of his is a driver. Having grown up in the Ken Caryl area Dave has a thorough knowledge base of ever expanding Denver-Metro Area.


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        THE 5 BEST TIPS FOR FIRST TIME HOMEBUYERSJan 26, 2021Buying a home for the first time can be really exciting; maybe even a little scary.  Knowing who to call, where to look, and how to budget is very important. Whether you're in your early 20's or late 70's, these first time home buying tips are good for everyone. Before we dive in, take a moment to give yourself a pat on the back for investing time into researching this topic and get ready for this very exciting journey you are about ...
        Jan 26, 2022 Buyer Advice


        Today's maps we will take a look at PROPERTY TAXES and individual INCOME TAXES by state.Because property taxes are tied to housing values, it makes sense that the actual dollar amounts of property taxes tend to be higher in places with higher housing prices. This map takes housing value into account in order to give a broader perspective for property tax comparison and is the average amount of residential property taxes actually paid, expressed as a percentage of home value.New Jersey had the hi...
        Jan 18, 2022 Cities & Neighborhoods

        2022 Denver Metro Housing Market Tough for Buyers

        New Listings Drop to Lowest Since 2016, adding to already Tight Inventory.Of the 1.4 million households in the Denver Metro area, only 1,477 homes and condos were available for sale at the end of the year, compared to 2,541 at the end of 2020 and 5,037 at the end of 2019, according to latest Market Trends Report from the Denver Metro Association of Realtors.Going all the way back to 1985, the metro area has averaged around 12,652 homes for sale at the end of December. Last month, buyers only had...
        Jan 13, 2022 Buyer Advice

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