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Here you’ll find the latest and greatest about what we have been up to. Got questions or suggestions for new blog topics? Great! Email info@realatlas.com with your ideas.

Stair Climb for Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

Participating in the annual Stair Climb at Mile High Stadium, the team raised $5,000 and Atlas matched the contributions with a $5,000 gift to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Rocky Mountain Chapter. 

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Spring Home Maintenance Tips

With spring finally creeping into the Front Range and the weather warming-up, we are reminded of some simple steps to take to keep our homes looking great and operating efficiently.

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Is Denver in a Housing Bubble?

The housing marketing in Denver is HOT, to say the least. The average price of a single-family home was well over a half a million at $522,000 in March 2018. But is Denver in a “Housing Bubble?” The simple answer is no.

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Denver Metro Market Update: February 2018

2018 has kicked off with a bang as home prices continue to climb and inventory hits historic lows. Check out our brief review of the statistics from January 2018 and how they compare to the previous month and year.

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Feeding More Than Bellies

Members of the Atlas Real Estate Group team served 505 meals to hungry patrons of the Denver Rescue Mission’s (DRM) Lawrence Shelter during last night’s dinner service, providing much needed sustenance for men effected by homelessness.

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2017 Landlord and Tenant Trends

Over 9,100 new residential units are being built downtown with the majority being rental units. As a result of the new builds throughout the Denver Metro area, we are seeing a significant shift in rental rates.

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Should I Hire a Property Manager?

Deciding whether to hire a professional to manage your rental property doesn’t have to be an agonizing decision. Take our infographic quiz to see if you should hire a property manager.

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