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Denver Business Journal: What Homebuyers Are Up Against in the Denver Market Despite Inventory Boost

May 18 2021

Denver Business Journal: What Homebuyers Are Up Against in the Denver Market Despite Inventory Boost

“Long ago, the ‘love letter’ was the way to romance a seller into accepting your offer – no more,” said Denver-area REALTOR® Matthew Leprino. “Today, the love letter comes in the form of a larger overall check and, in most cases, paying significantly more than a house may be worth at that snapshot in time. We [REALTORS®] have and hopefully will always continue to advise against the practice, but the fact of the matter is that if you want a home, you will likely need to show a seller just how much you want it.”

Read the full Denver Business article here.

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