Chris Perkins, a licensed REALTOR in the State of Colorado and who works at Lokation Real Estate, has expanded his business to include multiple sections of the Denver Metro Area . His business is now working extensively throughout Wheat Ridge, in addition to Highlands, Berkeley, Applewood, Edgewater, Sloans Lake, Sunnyside, Regis, and West Colfax. Several of these are neighborhoods that have been redesigned and redeveloped in recent years, adding to their appeal and listing new amenities for homeowners.

Based in Lokation’s Wheat Ridge office, Perkins is among the office’s top REALTORS, as well as within the area. He specializes in working with buyers, sellers and investors of residential properties of all types, including first-time homebuyers through very seasoned veterans of the investment arena.

An aspect of Chris Perkins’ business acumen that is unique is his experience buying and renovating his own properties. This knowledge of the process of going through the steps to find, buy, remodel, and then either sell or keep properties as investments is of value to clients. His vast knowledge of the process as well as the overall Colorado market, and, in particular, the Denver market, set Perkins apart and positions him as a sought-after REALTOR known for successful results.

Additionally, Perkins assists residential real estate investors in locating property for sale in the Denver Metro Area through running comparative pricing reports and doing thorough market analysis. His dedicated website at offers information for prospective and existing clients to learn of listings, market statistics, and more.

The Denver real estate market has consistently boomed in favor of sellers in recent years, with 2022 reaching extraordinary, record-breaking numbers. The amount of competition has been escalating considerably, illustrating the need for skilled and agile, quick-thinking professionals to expedite and ensure the process.

According to an April 28, 2022 report by The Denver Post (Megan Ulu-Lani Boyanton), Andrew Abrams, chair of the DMAR Market Trends Committee, commented, “Earlier in the year, buyers offered six figures above the asking price while competing with dozens of offers.” Bank of America stated in its 2022 Homebuyer Insights Report that more than 70% of prospective homebuyers in Denver stated they would make an offer on a home within three days of viewing it, versus 65% nationally.

Creative methods are being used to quickly seal deals and of these, the potential buyers of the millennial generation represented in Denver are 44% more likely to utilize public or private grants for closing costs in comparison to their generational peers outside of Denver. Rising interest rates, a median closing price for a single-family home at $660,000 and the average closing price reaching $797,900 have contributed to the pressure of homebuyers locating and securing homes that fit their needs and budgets.

Chris Perkins, Realtor – Lokation Real Estate
Chris Perkins, Realtor – Lokation Real Estate
[email protected]
3275 North Lamar Street

Wheat Ridge
United States

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