DMAR Digest | Week of May 14
Check out the featured content, get the scoop with top news stories from the blog, mark your calendar for upcoming events & classes, and catch up with the most buzz-worthy social posts from your Association.
This year's Annual Golf Tournament will take place on Monday, September 17th at the Ranch Country Club in Westminster and will benefit Arising Hope, a battered women’s shelter that services the...Read more
Taco 'bout a great networking opportunity! RSVP
Is it Gentrification, or is it Revitalization? Either way, there’s no denying Denver is undergoing an unprecedented amount of growth and development and as a result our urban neighborhoods are rapidly changing. While these changes may be good for the economy, there's increasing frustration among people who are priced out and pushed out of some Denver neighborhoods. So let’s talk about it!
Don't miss this special panel presentation featuring the Mayors of Wheat Ridge, Arvada, Golden and Lakewood who will provide updates for their respective cities, plus answer audience questions.
How would you rate your cultural intelligence and ability to work in multicultural markets? Join us for a presentation on culture and real estate.
If you're a REALTOR®, you must know how to BYOB (be your own boss). Most real estate agents will tell you that licensing school does not prepare you for the reality of this business. There are behaviors and techniques you must learn over a period of time... and DMAR's YPN is here to help!
Join us for DMAR’s 7th Annual Denver City Council Luncheon. This is your chance to meet your City Council representatives and share your thoughts with them on key issues affecting your business.
This one is sure to be a hit! Come on out to the ballgame, June 21 and watch the Rockies take on the Mets while networking with your fellow DMAR members.
Divorcing couples experience one of the most stressful times in their lives. Most own a home, which is usually their largest financial asset, and is also a lightning rod for their emotions. This process is very personal and there are options when deciding what to do with the home.
Donate new and/or used DVDs now through the end of June. All DVDs (and monetary donations) will be donated to Family Tree in Lakewood.
Who is ready to grill 'n chill? It's BBQ time!
FROM THE BLOG
Download the May Market Trends Report infographic. This is a great resource to share with your clients and colleagues on social media, your website or via email or even print!
In April, Denver-area homebuyers purchased homes on the market within an average of 20 days alongside the average single-family home prices reaching a record-high $543,058. Read more