Welcome to Rocky, Jason & Jeremy.com. We hope you find our real estate website helpful and informative. Rocky, Jason and Jeremy have been selling real estate on the west side of Denver for over 35 years. We live and specialize in the markets of Green Mountain Village, Green Mountain Estates, Bear Creek Village, The South Slope and Sixth Avenue West but are very familiar and well educated in all the markets on the west side of Denver. We are a father, son and son-in-law business dedicated to providing high-quality service, information and counsel to all that we work with. We try to treat each and every one of our clients as if they were one of our own family. To learn more about us individually click on any or all of the following links to be directed to that person's bio page: About Jason, About Jeremy, About Rocky.
If you are thinking about selling a home please visit our Buyer / Seller Info pages. You’ll find information on what our Typical Listing Appointment looks like as well as answers to 25 Frequently Asked Questions. Review or download a few of our most recent Real Esate Newspapers and browse through some real estate specific articles we’ve written over the years. We try to provide the highest-quality information possible so our clients can make well-informed decisions.
If you are looking for a new home you can click the Homes For Sale button to run a quick search, review Our Current Listing Inventory or get more indepth with an Advanced Search or Map Search. We’re hopeful you’ll find what you’re looking for.
Need a reliable service provider for something around the home? Click on our Vendor button to be directed to our Best Recommendations List. This is a list of, what we’ve found to be, high-quality service providers for the home. We have great relationships with a lot of them and hope you find them as wonderful as we do.
Please know that we love selling real estate and helping people through the process. If you are more comfortable talking about these processes over the phone, don’t hesitate to call any one of us at 303-989-5462. We’ll help in any way we can.
Thanks for visiting!!!!
R, J & J
When I was in college I waited tables for awhile. The restaurant’s specialty was a steak that was presented to the customer on a sizzling hot skillet. The managers stressed the importance of carrying that sizzling steak at eye level for all the customers to see - most turned their heads to check out that aromatic sizzling steak. The steak was great but it was the sizzling that got the customers enthusiastic attention in the first place. Not surprisingly, this concept relates to real estates as well.
Purchasers often make an offer to buy a house before they actually know what its physical condition is. Buyers are enticed by the sizzle of the home! And, if a buyer sees proper balance between the price and the condition and location of that home, it will go under contract very quickly. We’ve learned, over the last 10 years, that there is a greater demand for homes that have a lot of sizzle vs. those that do not. As you can imagine, homes that have been recently updated with a high level sizzle will sell at a higher price than homes with less cosmetic updating......Continued at R,J&J Articles
Is There an App for That?
Can emotions be reduced to an algorithm
By Rocky Reynebeau
About 10 years ago, in The Point Athletic Club’s steam room, I engaged in conversation with a young man by asking him what he did for a living. He excitely said that he sold real estate and I responded that I did also. He continued that he was in real estate about 18 months and that he just loved it. The he added, “Boy, this business is really changing”.
I asked him what was changing - he looked stunned and knowingly said “everything!” I reflected that in my experience only the tools of the real estate industry have changed but that real estate principles and the involvement of human emotions have not and will not ever change. We enjoyed our pleasant debate - then he said something like “well, you’re just an old fogie.” I loved that - he was right - I am old! We were both correct because we were having two very different conversations.
Real Estate Trump Cards
His real estate trump card appeared to be the efficient use of algorithms in the process of buying or selling a house. Conversely, we believe that real estate is about human beings and their nest....... Continued at R,J&J Articles
Gestalt Principles Applied to Real Estate
Gestalt - the whole has an independent existence. The ability to acquire, maintain and manage meaningful perceptions in a chaotic world.
By Rocky Reynebeau
I‘ve always said to Jason and Jeremy that a Realtor does not really know the real estate business until they’ve done over 200 transactions. At that point a Realtor should have enough experience to see the whole deal (gestalt) in its entirety - then they bring some real value to their client’s table.
At its core - the business of real estate is so simple yet extraordinarily complicated. The concept is that a seller wants to sell and a buyer wants to buy - sounds simple doesn’t it? Yet, when you introduce thousands of sellers and buyers into the equation, all competing with each other for the best buyer and the best property, it becomes interesting...... Continued at R,J&J Articles
The A/B Move
How to coordinate the dreaded double move.
By Rocky, Jason & Jeremy
We call upsizing or downsizing moves - an A/B move. Selling A and buying B is either very simple or very difficult. The operative question is this - which is harder to accomplish - selling A or finding B? Equity positions, market pressures, age, product options and the degree of difficulty in finding B are the issues at hand....Continued at More R, J & J Articles
How Does Great Condition Play Out in Seller’s vs. Buyer’s markets
And, what is the rate-of-return on those invested dollars?
What is great condition - from the buyer’s point of view? And, why are they willing to pay premium prices to obtain such properties. Here are the six most important items that, in our view, trigger high prices.
These improvements do not come cheaply nor easily - the premiums buyers are willing to pay are well deserved. The ancillary question is this - does the effort and the additional monetary investment pay in terms of rate-of-return? Simply put - probably not! There are numerous articles that suggest a percentage rate-of-return for a given improvement. For example: A remodeled kitchen will return 67.5% of the dollars invested and windows will return 58.2%. My goodness - what mathematical calculation could arrive at such specific numbers with any amount of accuracy?
This matters! While most owners improve their homes for emotional reason they still what to know the financial impact of those improvements....Continued at R,J&J Articles