Median home values as of November 2014 through February 2015 has stayed at $286,500 year over year while the average listing price was $608,510 week over week as of February 18th, 2015. Some of the most popular neighborhoods in Denver that have shown great appreciation in home value are Washington Park East, Platt Park North, and Capitol Hill.
A Denver Real Estate Overview from Trulia
Education in Denver has a mix of rated schools with the highest ranked schools schools residing in the southern part of the city. The local major college for the Mile-High city is the University of Denver. Crime rates are relatively low in Denver with most crime being non-violent in nature.
Culture and Points of Interest
Local points of interest include Mt. Evans, Coors Field (home of the Rockies), Sports Authority Field (home of the Broncos), Pepsi Center (home of the Nuggets and the Avalanche), and the Denver branch of the U.S. Mint. Denver also features a colorful mix of cultures stemming from the diversity of its residents' ethnicities. It sees plenty of religious and cultural celebrations year round. You can also find crowds flocking to the Mile High City's art districts every first Friday of the month for the First Friday Art walk where restaurants, galleries, shops, and artist studios join in participation.