Shoutout Colorado

Meet Jenny Usaj: Owner and Employing Broker at Usaj Realty

November 2021

  • "Inventory in all price ranges continues to be a challenge for buyers. While interest rates are great, the options are slim. Buyers are more patient and diligently looking for weeks sometimes before finding “the one.” - Jenny Usaj

Read the article here.

Axios

Hot Homes: 6 Thanksgiving week listings starting at $510K

November 2021

  • "Denver's housing market continues to hint at a slight cooldown, per Zillow’s latest market report. Yes, but: The city's average home value is $574,734, up 22% compared to October 2020."


    Neighborhood: Cheesman Park

    Realtor: Megan Ivy

    Specs: 4 beds, 4.5 baths, 2,605 square feet

Read the article here.

Shoutout Colorado

Meet Jenny Usaj: Owner and Employing Broker at Usaj Realty

November 2021

  • "I felt that starting a business provided a unique opportunity to build a community-based brand; build strong community partnerships, offer an expert level of customer service, and curate a collaborative culture. These are the guiding principles and foundation that Usaj Realty was built on. "- Jenny Usaj

Read the article here.

Urban Splatter

4 Home Management Skills That Will Make Your Life Easier

November 2021

  • Getting a home is a dream for many people, and a lot goes into it. You need to view a variety of homes, have inspections, make offers, negotiate and be responsible for many other things. However, according to Usaj Realty, working with an expert or advisor can help you deal with the uncertainty of the market and help you find the right home.

Read the article here.

Apartment Therapy

3 Things Real Estate Agents Always Say About Craftsman Homes

November 2021

  • "It’s important to know that Craftsman homes weren’t all cookie-cutter builds, explains Jenny Usaj, owner of Usaj Realty. Sometimes you’ll find “strange layouts that are not functional or the best use of square footage,” she says. "

Read the article here.

The Denver Post

From summer heat to autumn chill, metro Denver housing market continues to cool down

November 2021

  • “Listings are still getting offers but far fewer than we saw this past summer,” said Jenny Usaj, co-owner of Usaj Realty and a member of the DMAR Market Trends Committee, which compiles the report. “A few of our recent listings received only two or three offers. As such, the cooler fall season makes it a great time to buy since and — from what we have seen — there appears to be less buyer competition.”

Read the article here.

Apartment Therapy

The 3 Things Real Estate Agents Say You’ll Regret in 5 Years

November 2021

  • "Brick walls can be finicky — so if you’re going to cover them up, you might want to prepare for the worst. Jenny Usaj, owner of Usaj Realty, suggests leaving brick in its natural form."

Read the article here.

Yahoo

Hot Homes: 6 Condos and townhomes in the Denver metro

October 2021

  • "Whether you're having a tough time landing your dream starter home or sick of the Denver metro's pricy rental market, a condo can help you ease into homeownership."

    Neighborhood: Lincoln Park

    Realtor: April Andrews and Kelsey Lawless, Usaj Realty

    Specs: 2 beds, 1 bath, 881 square feet
    Notable features: Cozy outdoor balcony. Spacious main living area. Main bedroom has a private balcony. HOA fee includes access to clubhouse at the Marquis at Parkway which boasts outdoor swimming pool, fitness center, hot tub and more.

Read the article here.

Axios

Hot Homes: 6 Condos and townhomes in the Denver metro

October 2021

  • "Whether you're having a tough time landing your dream starter home or sick of the Denver metro's pricy rental market, a condo can help you ease into homeownership."

    Neighborhood: Lincoln Park

    Realtor: April Andrews and Kelsey Lawless, Usaj Realty

    Specs: 2 beds, 1 bath, 881 square feet

Read the article here.

Apartment Therapy

41 Ways to Save Money on Moving Costs, According to Experts

October 2021

  • "If you’re still young (ah, to be in your early 20s) or haven’t accumulated much stuff, view moving as a DIY project, says Jenny Usaj, owner and broker at Usaj Realty."

Read the article here.

Yahoo

Hot Homes: Calming market brings Denver 6 houses under $2M

October 2021

  • "The Denver metro's real estate market steadied in September, perZillow's latest Market Report, as inventory increased, monthly home appreciation shrunk and listings spent more time on the market compared with August.

    Why we love it: Oozing of charm and character, this Dutch Colonial gem built in 1894 has stylish, handcrafted wood detailing throughout and sits on a sunny corner lot.

    Neighborhood: Baker

    Realtor: Megan Ivy, USAJ Realty

    Specs: 3 beds, 1.5 baths, 1,833 square feet

    Notable features: Significant upgrades include a new water and sewer line, privacy fence and rebuilt porch. Decorative antique fireplace with intricate hewn mantle, classic crown molding around doorways.

Read the article here.

Axios

Hot Homes: Calming market brings Denver 6 houses under $2M

October 2021

  • "The Denver metro's real estate market steadied in September, per Zillow's latest Market Report, as inventory increased, monthly home appreciation shrunk and listings spent more time on the market compared with August.
     Why we love it: Oozing of charm and character, this Dutch Colonial gem built in 1894 has stylish, handcrafted wood detailing throughout and sits on a sunny corner lot.

    Neighborhood: Baker

    Realtor: Megan Ivy, USAJ Realty

    Specs: 3 beds, 1.5 baths, 1,833 square feet"

Read the article here.

Yahoo

Hot Homes: Dipping a toe in the Golden pool, starting at $850K

October 2021

  • "The Denver metro housing market saw an inventory spike last month, with a 10.86% jump compared with August, per the latest Denver Metro Real Estate Market Trends Report. Between the lines: Now could be a perfect time to pluck your dream home off the market.

    Why we love it: Snug in the Golden foothills, this home provides an escape from the urban hustle, complete with stunning views, a wraparound deck and plenty of privacy thanks to coniferous trees surrounding the property.

    Neighborhood: Village at Genesee

    Specs: 3 beds, 2.5 baths, 2,914 square feet

    Realtor: Jenny Usaj, Usaj Realty

    Notable features: Vaulted ceilings, scenic deck with hot tub. Kitchen island with gas cooktop. Sitting area outside primary suite with balcony and walk-in closet.:

Read the article here.

Axios

Hot Homes: Dipping a toe in the Golden pool, starting at $850K

October 2021

  • "The Denver metro housing market saw an inventory spike last month, with a 10.86% jump compared with August, per the latest Denver Metro Real Estate Market Trends Report. Between the lines: Now could be a perfect time to pluck your dream home off the market.

    Why we love it: Snug in the Golden foothills, this home provides an escape from the urban hustle, complete with stunning views, a wraparound deck and plenty of privacy thanks to coniferous trees surrounding the property.

    Neighborhood: Village at Genesee

    Specs: 3 beds, 2.5 baths, 2,914 square feet

    Realtor: Jenny Usaj, Usaj Realty

    Notable features: Vaulted ceilings, scenic deck with hot tub. Kitchen island with gas cooktop. Sitting area outside primary suite with balcony and walk-in closet.:

Read the article here.

Inman

5 tips for helping buyers navigate new home construction

October 2021

  • For the first time since 2005, buyers are paying more for a resale home than a new one. It’s a dynamic that reflects the fierce housing demand across the country as people are paying premiums for any home — not just new builds."- Jenny Usaj

Read the article here.

Axios

Hot Homes: 5 houses to kick off your October

October 2021

  • The housing market in metro Denver continues to cool as home sales slow and active listings rise to new records. Yes, but: Median home prices remain relatively stable — and steep — at $575,000.

    Why we love it: This condo in the Rocky Mountain Warehouse Lofts building offers elegant accommodations and an urban playground right out the door.

    Realtor: Jenny Usaj, USAJ REALTY

    Neighborhood: LoDo

    Specs: 1 bed, 2 baths, 2,048 square feet

    Notable features: End-unit, brick accent walls, oversize windows, soaring ceilings. Massive bar with built-in wine fridge.

Read the article here.

Axios

Hot Homes: 5 houses to kick off your October

October 2021

  • The housing market in metro Denver continues to cool as home sales slow and active listings rise to new records. Yes, but: Median home prices remain relatively stable — and steep — at $575,000.

    Why we love it: This condo in the Rocky Mountain Warehouse Lofts building offers elegant accommodations and an urban playground right out the door.

    Realtor: Jenny Usaj, USAJ REALTY

    Neighborhood: LoDo

    Specs: 1 bed, 2 baths, 2,048 square feet

    Notable features: End-unit, brick accent walls, oversize windows, soaring ceilings. Massive bar with built-in wine fridge.

Read the article here.

Yahoo

Hot Homes: 5 houses to kick off your October

October 2021

  • Why we love it: This condo in the Rocky Mountain Warehouse Lofts building offers elegant accommodations and an urban playground right out the door.

    Realtor: Jenny Usaj, USAJ REALTY

    Neighborhood: LoDo

    Specs: 1 bed, 2 baths, 2,048 square feet

    Notable features: End-unit, brick accent walls, oversize windows, soaring ceilings. Massive bar with built-in wine fridge.

Read the article here.

 The Inman

How to help clients 'Airbnb' their home

September 2021

  • "Agents can play a valuable role ensuring their clients are set up for rental success by identifying homes that might be great rentals, suggesting improvements and updates, and informing owners of local rules. Here's what to know." - Jenny Usaj

Read the article here.

The Daily Sentinal

Downtown Denver, CO-based Usaj Realty Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary

September 2021

  • "Today, Usaj Realty, the only locally owned real estate company in Lower Downtown Denver, Colorado, announces the brokerage's 10-year anniversary. Started in 2011 by Jenny Usaj and her husband, Anton, a retired Denver firefighter, Usaj Realty has grown into one of the most prominent and results-driven brokerages in downtown Denver."

Read the article here.

 Axios

Hot homes: 5 houses for sale in Denver starting at $520,000

September 2021

  • Why we love it: This condo in the Windsor building is the perfect home for a Colorado urbanite. If you're not out on the town enjoying the city scene, enjoy shared amenities and including a terrace with grills, fire pit and a fragrant herb garden.
  • Neighborhood: LoDo
  • Realtor: Jenny Usaj, USAJ Realty
  • Specs: 2 beds, 2 bath, 1,909 square feet
  • Notable features: The living room holds a fireplace and two Juliet balconies provide mountain views. Community perks include fire pits, tennis and pickleball courts, a community room with billiards.

Read the article here.

Yahoo News

Hot homes: 5 houses for sale in Denver starting at $500K

September 2021

  • The Denver Metro real estate market spent this summer on fire, and now we're left to wonder whether the cooling temperatures will spread through the city's housing stock. Until we know the answer, here's a collection of homes for your viewing pleasure.

    • Neighborhood: Chaffee Park
    • Realtor: Jenny Usaj, Usaj Realty
    • Specs: 2 beds, 1 bath, 1,112 square feet
    • Notable features: This second level, southeast corner spot simultaneously provides views and privacy, with covered balcony to take in the city views. Close proximity to Regis University and easy access to downtown Denver.

Read the article here.

Axios

Hot homes: 5 houses for sale in Denver starting at $500K

September 2021

  • Why we love it: This new build in the Crescendo at Aria master-planned community features designer finishes, outdoor space and views of the cityscape.

    • Neighborhood: Chaffee Park
    • Realtor: Jenny Usaj, Usaj Realty
    • Specs: 2 beds, 1 bath, 1,112 square feet
    • Notable features: This second level, southeast corner spot simultaneously provides views and privacy, with covered balcony to take in the city views. Close proximity to Regis University and easy access to downtown Denver.

Read the article here.

NTD Business

Less Competition for Homebuyers: Redfin

September 2021


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Axios Denver

What do we need to know about the market now?

September 2021

  • Jenny Usaj, co-owner of Usaj Realty, has been in the business 13 years. Here are her three big takeaways on the current market:

    Despite inventory remaining low, homes are taking a bit longer to sell. On average, it took 11 days for a home to sell this August, compared with 9 in July, Usaj says "this is great news for buyers who can afford to be a little but pickier as we head into the colder months."

    Usaj predicts houses will continue to appreciate in Denver. That means if you're able to buy now, the investment could pay off when you sell. "Until we see a huge increase in the supply of homes for sale, demand will continue to allow for homes to appreciate"

    Usaj sees most demand for homes priced between $300,000 and $750,000. If no new homes in that price range hit the market, they would all be gone in just 2 weeks, as of Sept. 10.

Read the article here.

Denver Gazette

2020 Census | Bucking the trend: As nation, state get more diverse, Denver gets whiter

August 2021

  • Jenny Usaj, owner of Usaj Realty, said that as home and property values continue to skyrocket, expect the next 10 years of growth to expand into peripheral neighborhoods that are already seeing steady changes, such as Regis, Chaffee Park, Sunnyside and West Colfax.

    “The future 10-year growth of metro Denver is promising as the 2030 population is expected to increase to more than 3.6M — a 20% increase — but I don’t expect most of the population growth to be in the neighborhoods experiencing rapid change today,” Usaj said in a statement this week. “Naturally, future first-time homeowners will look to neighborhoods that are centrally located, perhaps near the light rail system, and whose home values are still within financial reach.”

Read the article here.

Denver Business Journal

Why a new type of housing development in markets like Denver has become 'the hottest topic' in real estate

August 2021

  • "Because home prices have risen so much over the last year, the economics for an investor to fix and flip a home don’t pencil out, said Jenny Usaj, the employing broker and co-owner of Usaj Realty, a boutique Denver-based residential real estate firm. 'Investors now are looking more at the long-term gain from appreciation, and they're sitting in the market longer, which is, I think, going to affect inventory, and has affected inventory,' Usaj said. 'Investors aren't going in to flip, investors are going in to hold and to create rentals for the long haul, to get the appreciation gain.'"

Read the article here.

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Why Realtors Think Denver-Area Homes Are Selling for Way Above Asking Price

August 2021

  • Although condos in the heart of Denver didn’t sell very well last year, Jenny Usaj, a DMAR market trends committee member, says sales are looking up as businesses reopen, with some condos even selling for more than the list price, she says.

Read the article here.

The Center Square

Denver housing market increases inventory, but demand continues to push prices upward

August 2021

  • Denver’s housing market increased its inventory by nearly 30% last month, but experts say it won’t be enough to shift the market in favor of homebuyers. “Buyers are facing harder decisions by the day,” Jenny Usaj, a DMAR market trends committee member, said in a statement.

Read the article here.

Westword

New Average Metro Denver Home Price Finally Falls, but Not by Much

August 2021

  • Here's how realtor and DMAR market trends committee member Jenny Usaj considers the current situation: "Buyers are facing harder decisions by the day. If you do not go higher, can you sleep at night? If you pay over the list price, can you sleep at night? Historical financial data is the basis of many real estate decisions, but so are feelings in this market, and feelings cannot be calculated."

Read the article here.

 Inman

'It's a two-way conversation:' 8 tips for social media naysayers

July 2021

  • Social media is where your future buyers and sellers are, and frankly, it can make a significant difference to your business. Your ability to sell listings, find new clients, have current clients make referrals and have offers accepted as a buyer’s agent are all part of your brand. Read more of this Inman News article written by Jenny Usaj!

Read the article here.

Forbes Advisor

6 Surprise Costs When Buying A Home

July 2021

  • “Frugality is a good thing. Just because you qualify for X amount of money doesn’t mean you should buy a home that maxes out your budget,” says Jenny Usaj, co-owner of Usaj Realty in Denver. “It’s prudent to ensure your financial security won’t be compromised with a mortgage payment that is busting at the seams.”

Read the article here. 

WATCH LIVE: Navigating the red-hot housing market in Colorado

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Denver Gazette

Denver homebuyers grappling with frantic seller's market

June 2021:

The article features:

  • “Denver has certainly had low inventory before, but I don’t think its ever seen this extreme amount of demand,” said Jenny Usaj, a Denver-area agent for 15 years and DMAR Market Trends Committee member. "The demand to live in Denver appears unstoppable."
Read the article here.

Realtor Magazine

Agents, Buyers Target Unlisted Homes for More Inventory

May 2021

The article features:

  • "Agents and buyers have begun writing letters to every owner in a neighborhood the client is interested in to see if anyone is willing to sell, Jenny Usaj, a Denver real estate pro, told NBC-9 News. Usaj says she’s personally received two letters from interested buyers inquiring about whether she’d sell her home or one of her rentals."

Read the article here.

9 News

The Denver real estate market is so crazy people are trying to buy homes that aren't for sale

May 2021

The article features:

  • "Realtors and buyers are writing letters to people in neighborhoods they want to live in to see if there is any interest," said Jenny Usaj, a realtor in Denver. Usaj gets it. She has received two letters from interested buyers to see if she'd be willing to sell her home or one of her rentals.  There's a reason buyers are struggling to find what they want, when they want it."

See the video + article here.

MSN

9 backyard improvements that'll increase your home value

April 2021

  • “Backyard improvements increase your entertaining square footage says Jenny Usaj, employing broker and co-owner of Usaj Realty, a real estate brokerage in Denver, CO. “While not technically heated or cooled to be calculated livable square feet, backyard ‘living rooms’ are certainly a great addition,” she adds.

Read the entire article here.

Realtor.com

Hot Tickets: 10 In-Demand Cities Where Home Prices Are Soaring the Most (Some Will Surprise You)

April 2021

#5. Boulder, CO

"Median list price in March: $912,500
Median list price change: 40%

'While it's still a hippy city at heart, it has become financially unobtainable for many,' says Jenny Usaj, co-owner of Usaj Realty.

Demand here is expected to remain high, especially after Google announced it would be expanding its footprint in Boulder this year, adding more offices and bringing in more workers in the coming months."

- Read the whole article here.

Axios

Denver homes are flying off the market 41% faster than last year

March 2021

"Jenny Usaj, a DMAR Market Trends Committee member and co-owner of Usaj Realty, told Axios the market is emotional right now.

  • The "perfect storm" of low mortgage rates and a year spent at home is driving the market at a never-before-seen velocity, she said.
  • Usaj made clear that doesn't necessarily mean it's a bad time to buy. Low mortgage rates give buyers more purchasing power, and help make monthly payments more affordable.

A few tips from Usaj, if you're thinking of buying:

  1. Go slow to go fast. Denver's market is quick and expensive, so get clear on your priorities and true budget before you enter.
  2. Pay attention to how long the home has been on the market. If it's been sitting for more than a week or two, odds are you'll have less competition.
  3. Consider a condo. They're sitting on the market a little longer than single-family homes (31 days in February, compared to 23) and have more approachable price points."
Read the whole article here.

Realtor.com

Supersize Me! Here Are the Metros Where Buyers Are Clamoring for Big Homes Again

March 2021

"Demand for large homes was steady before the pandemic, says Jenny Usaj, co-owner of Usaj Realty in downtown Denver. But in recent months, a combination of factors has led to bidding wars and properties coming on and off the market at a head-spinning pace. Interest rates are low, people saved up for a whole year—whether they meant to or not—and people just need more space,' Usaj says." Read more at Realtor.com

Apartment Therapy

How a “Rent Back” Could Help You Win the Bid on Your Dream House

March 2021

“Sellers may need to move quickly or more slowly depending on why they are selling,” explains Jenny Usaj “Being flexible and adjusting the timeline to the seller’s ideal timeline can be the winning term.” Read more at Apartment Therapy.
 

Inman News

How to set the right price and attract a crowd that buyers will follow by Jenny Usaj

March 2021

"Understanding and anticipating buyer activity is essential when determining the optimal listing price, which will either create urgency or irrelevance." Read more of this Inman News article written by Jenny Usaj! Read the article here.


Denver Business Journal

Matt Wilson | People on the Move

February 2021

The article features:

  • "Matt Wilson is a passionate and conscientious Vail Real Estate professional. With a background in the luxury hospitality industry, Matt made the transition to real estate in 2017, taking along with him his ability to create extraordinary customer experiences and treat clients with the utmost care and professionalism. As a certified Vail Pro, certified Resort and Second Home Property Specialist, and certified ePro, working with Matt ensures a seamless, enjoyable, and informative experience."

Yahoo! Finance

Matt Wilson Joins Usaj Realty to Provide Luxury Services to Vail

January 2021

The article features:

  • "Matt Wilson joins Usaj Realty as a Broker Associate expanding the brokerage's presence to Vail Valley. Wilson will develop and facilitate real estate transactions in the Vail Valley while parlaying his extensive background in the hospitality industry to bring superior white-glove service to clients looking to buy or sell real estate." - Yahoo Finance

Shoutout Colorado

"Meet Jenny Usaj: Owner and Employing Broker at Usaj Realty"

Jenny and Anton Usaj on a hike

January 2021

The article features a Q&A with Jenny Usaj:

  • "Hi Jenny, we’d love to hear more about how you thought about starting your own business?: I felt that starting a business provided a unique opportunity to build a community-based brand; build strong community partnerships, offer an expert level of customer service, and curate a collaborative culture. These are the guiding principles and foundation that Usaj Realty was built on."- Shoutout Colorado

Denver Business Journal

"Denver-area housing market caps off 2020 with another record-setting month"

January 2021

The article features:

  • With over 62,000 homes sold, 2020 broke Denver's record for home sales. Read Jenny Usaj's take on the Denver Metro housing market by reading the below article by the Denver Business Journal.

Denver Business Journal

"As Denver's housing inventory hits another historic low, listings $1M and up take center stage"

December 2020

The article features a quote from Jenny Usaj:

  • "Denver buyers should be prepared to lose a bid or two before winning their dream home," said Jenny Usaj, owner of Usaj Realty and a member of DMAR's Market Trends Committee. "Competition for well-positioned luxury homes is fierce." - Denver Business Journal

Denverite

What’s it like to shop for a home in “the toughest market to buy a house in Denver metro history”?

November 2020

The article features:

  • Read Denverite's article on how Kristina Casinelli - Realtor helped her clients land their dream home in what has been called the “toughest market to buy a house in Denver metro history."

Denver Post

"Buyers favored bigger suburban homes during pandemic"

November 2020

The article features:

  • The popularity of larger, suburban, and multigenerational homes has been just one effect COVID has had on the housing market. Read more by the Denver Post and see our very own Jenny Usaj's take on it all.

Growth Launcher

"How Jenny Usaj is Crushing the Denver Real Estate Market"

August 2020

The article features:

  • Growth Launcher takes an in-depth look at some of Usaj Realty's digital marketing efforts and lays them out as advice to small businesses everywhere.

Denver Real Producers

"Kristina Casinelli: The Power of Integration"

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July 2020

The article features:

  • "Kristina Casinelli of Usaj Realty always dreamt of running her own business. She comes from a family of entrepreneurs. Raised in a small town in northern Nevada, she always looked up to her father, who built a successful diesel engine parts business, which he operated for over 20 years.

    Kristina worked with various non-profits throughout college. She ultimately decided to become a teacher and taught English in Spain after graduating. A lifelong explorer, she has lived and worked in both South America and Europe. Her adventures include five continents—including Antarctica. After her time working in Spain, she moved to Colorado to teach 3rd grade.

    Kristina originally intended to obtain her real estate license in order to find investment opportunities for her family. As she learned more about the process and promise of real estate, she wanted to help others achieve the same opportunities. She felt that a career in real estate perfectly blended her intrinsic motivation for helping people with her lifelong desire of running a business and being an entrepreneur."

Voyager Denver

Meet Megan Ivy

Megan Ivy

May 2020

The article features:

  • Megan Ivy answers some thoughtful career questions from Voyage Denver, an LA based company that interviews creatives and entrepreneurs and tells their stories. Megan shared where her real estate journey has taken her and how she believes that "Real Estate can and should be conducted with heart and soul. I run a Real Estate business that is client-focused and keeps kindness at its core. I’ve found that one of the greatest benefits of developing my own business is that it can become whatever I want it to be. I have been able to craft a path that reflects and grows with who I am and what I want to put out into the world. I can exist in this space and care just as much, or more about nurturing relationships as I do closing deals. I can focus on doing the right and honorable thing and still help my clients accomplish all of their financial and lifestyle goals. I can be abundantly kind, and still drive a hard negotiation and stand up fiercely for my clients. I can empathize with all parties in a transaction and also strive to put my client’s interests above all else. I can be both, AND." Find the whole article here.

Denver Business Journal

"Prospective Denver homebuyers have fewer options heading into March"

March 2020

The article features a quote from Jenny Usaj:

  • "The luxury market is off to a hot start in 2020, with 260 detached homes sold so far. That's a 15.56% increase from the same period in 2019.

    There's still some room for negotiation, however; luxury residences are selling at 96.63% of the asking price.

    'This is noteworthy as homebuyers in lower price points are competing with multiple offers,' said Jenny Usaj, DMAR Market Trends Committee member and Denver real estate agent." - Denver Business Journal

Denverite

"The Brighton Boulevard area has gone from almost no homes to hundreds"

September 2019

The article features:

  • "Jenny Linne Usaj, managing broker at Usaj Realty and a member of the Denver Metro Area Realtors Market Trends Committee, pulled together data from CoStar, a commercial database, on sales in the area from 2001 to Sept. 1, 2019. Lots on Brighton sold for less than $20 a square foot in 2002 and 2003. This year, the price was about $200." Read the entire article here >>

9News

"The average home in Denver now costs $540,624"

September 2019

The video features:

  • Jenny Usaj was featured on 9NEWS with Kyle Clark regarding the rising home prices in Denver. 

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Placester

Usaj Realty Named Top Instagram Account

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January 2016

 A note from us:

  • We are truly honored to have been chosen by Placester as one of the best Real Estate Instagram accounts! They chose “20 outstanding accounts run by agents, brokers, and firms from all over the globe (listed in no particular ranking or order).” Usaj was chosen due to our focus on personalized, informative, and our fun giveaways! Instagram has been a fun way for us to connect with local Denver residents by answering questions and informing them about new listings and events we are hosting. As an office, we are continuously partaking and planning team building outings and fundraising for local nonprofits. We are proud of our lively culture and are happy to have a platform like Instagram to share these moments with the world. 

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