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Discount Real Estate Brokers

In short, to build our discount real estate brokerage model we opted to leverage technology over antiquated real estate processes and extinct marketing techniques which are widely used by real estate agents.

We are an extremely efficient Denver discount real estate brokerage that has successfully cut unnecessary overhead while increasing marketing exposure for our clients.

Through all of these structural improvements to the traditional real estate brokerage model, we are able to offer you complete, full-service real estate services for only 1% commission on the listing side and can sell it for as little as 3.8% TOTAL commission.

This is why we have been awarded one of the nations top real estate franchisees.

About Castle Rock

A world-class community

Castle Rock, located just south of Colorado's capital, is a vibrant community. Castle Rock is home to more than 80,000 people and values its small-Town charm, its Downtown core, and its regular community events.

Castle Rock Real Estate Market

Single Family

  • Median List Price: $684.88k
  • List price range: $349.4k to $3.83m
  • Sale price range: $614.77k to $684.88k
  • Sale price (% change in 12 months): ↑5.76%


  • Median List Price: $433.22k
  • List price range: $259k to $699k
  • Sale price range: $312.08k to $1.1m
  • Sale price (% change in 12 months): ↑5.55%

Full-service municipality

Castle Rock is a full-service municipality. The municipality employs approximately 600 people full-time to provide fire, ambulance, police, parks, recreation, and roads, as well as water services. It is also the Douglas County seat. The Douglas County Sheriff's Office and the Douglas County Sheriff's Office are based here.

Growth in the community

The Town is expected to grow to 130,000-150,000 people. It provides high-quality services and preserves the community's heritage and history.

Community features

The Town's uniqueness is not only due to the namesake Rock but also the beautiful natural landscape around it. Castle Rock is a popular place to live in Money magazine's Top Places to Live List. It boasts 87 miles of trails and 50 planned parks. There are more than 6,000 acres of open land for residents and visitors.

Castle Rock's origin

Jeremiah Gould was one of the first homesteaders to own 160 acres south of "The Rock." The community was essentially a small group of shacks that were used by prospectors, workers in quarry, and other hired people at the time. Gould donated 120 acres in 1874 to "be known" as Castle Rock. The six streets, Elbert, Jerry Wilcox Wilcox Perry, Castle, and Front, were then laid out. The Courthouse Square was then designated, and 77 lots measuring 50 by 112 feet were sold at auction for $3,400.

What is the housing market like in Castle Rock today?

In October 2022, Castle Rock home prices were up 5.0% compared to last year, selling for a median price of $630K. On average, homes in Castle Rock sell after 27 days on the market compared to 5 days last year. There were 102 homes sold in October this year, down from 182 last year.

Median Sales Price 630k Median Time on Market 27 days

The Castle Rock housing market is somewhat competitive. Homes in Castle Rock receive two offers on average and sell in around 27 days. The average sale price of a home in Castle Rock is $629K. The average sale price per square foot in Castle Rock is $202.

There are 22 neighborhoods in Castle Rock. Diamond Ridge has a median listing home price of $1.9M, making it the most expensive neighborhood. Castle North is the most affordable neighborhood, with a median listing home price of $375K.


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Finding and purchasing a home that will meet your needs is a significant and often stressful time. Our goal is to make this transition as smooth as possible. We are experts in the area, and once we learn what it is that you're looking for, finding your dream home is simple.

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About Denver

Denver is the most beautiful city in the world. It boasts 300 days of sunshine, a vibrant cultural scene, diverse neighborhoods, and stunning natural beauty. Denver is a young and active city located at the base Colorado Rocky Mountains. It boasts breathtaking architecture, award-winning cuisine, and unbeatable views all year.


In an effort to gain political favor, local boosters called the frontier mining camp along the South Platte River "Denver" in honor of James Denver, Kansas Territorial Governor. Denver had already retired when the town was named. Denver is the result of three towns originally named Denver. The other names were dropped in 1859 to exchange for a barrel of whiskey that could be shared among all. The saloon was Denver's first permanent structure.


Amazingly, the 13th step of the Colorado State Capitol Building's west side is exactly 5,280 feet above sea level. It's one mile high. Golf balls can travel 10 percent further in Denver's rarefied air. So do cocktails. Cocktails pack more punch than alcohol at sea level. It is recommended to drink more water in the Mile High City. Colorado's sky is blue because this elevation has less water vapor.


Denver's population was 727,211 in 2019, while the metro area has nearly 3 million residents. Between 2010 and 2019, the city's population grew by 21.2 percent. According to the 2019 census, 30% of the city's population is Hispanics, while African Americans account for nearly 10%.


Colorado's mountainous region is six times larger than Switzerland. It contains 9,600 miles (15.449 km) of fishing streams and 2,850 lakes. There are also more than 1,000 peaks that are two miles (3.218 km) tall.

Denver City Parks Department maintains and operates the road leading to Mount Evans' 14,260-foot peak (4,346 km).

Katharine Lee Bates, a local mountaineer, was inspired to create the words "America the Beautiful" in 1893.

The half-billion-dollar gold mined in Central City makes it the "Richest Square Mile of Earth," 45 minutes west of Denver.

The Colorado Trail runs 500 miles from Durango to Denver and passes through eight mountain ranges, seven national forest areas, six wilderness areas, and five river systems.


Denver is not located in the mountains but near them. The Mile High City lies on rolling plains 12 miles east of the "foothills," a series of gentle mountains that rise to 11,000ft. The "Front Range of the Rocky Mountains" is just beyond. This range of majestic snowcapped peaks rises to 14,000ft. Denver may not be located in the mountains, but the mountains still dominate it. The scenic mountain panorama that surrounds Denver spans 140 miles. There are 200 named peaks visible, 32 of which rise to over 13,000 feet.

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About Aurora

  • Aurora, Colorado's third-largest city, was once a frontier town for farmers and ranchers east of Colorado's capital. It now has a diverse population of over 386,000. Aurora has been a strong force in the west, serving as an agricultural outpost and military bastion.

  • Aurora is a full-service city governed by a council/manager type of government. This combines the political leadership of elected officials and an appointed manager's managerial skills.

  • The city covers 163 miles and extends into Adams, Douglas, and Arapahoe counties. Aurora's strategic, comprehensive plans emphasize the creation of livable, full-service neighborhoods. Aurora offers quality education. There are four school districts and twelve campuses of higher education that meet the educational needs of both residents and visitors to the city.

  • Aurora, located just minutes from Denver International Airport, is home to a vibrant industry. This includes major industries like aerospace, defense, bioscience, transportation, and logistics. Programs such as the Aurora Advantage4 Business and Aurora South Metro Small Business Development Center welcome and support all businesses.

  • Aurora neighborhoods are a pleasant place to call home. They have open prairies, tree-lined streets, and stunning views of the mountains.

  • The climate in Aurora is dry and mild, with over 300 days of sunshine per year. This gives residents and visitors plenty of opportunities to enjoy Colorado's outdoor activities and stay active and fit. Five golf courses, two lakes, and more than 97 parks make Aurora a great place to live. There are also over 5,000 acres and trails. Aurora is the gateway to Colorado.

  • Every resident has the right to expect safety and help in times of emergency. Aurora's public Safety Functions receive nearly 60% of the city’s general fund budget.


Many people embarking on selling their home do not fully understand how real estate commissions work. When selling your home, a commission is agreed upon by the seller and the listing agent The commission is referred to as a percentage of the final sales price. In many instances, but not always, the agreed upon commission is split between the listing agent and the selling agent. This is a crucial aspect of getting your home sold and for top dollar.

If the offer of commission on a property (to agent representing the buyer) is far below the 'going rate', many agents with ready and willing buyers may skip your property when showing houses. This is why many other discount real estate brokers or flat fee brokers fall short. They do not offer a competitive commission to the real estate agent that brings the buyer.

With 1 Percent Lists version of a Discount Real Estate Broker, as the listing broker, we take only 1% of the sales price to list and market the home while offering a competitive commission to the buyers agent - all the while providing the same real estate services as a full service brokerage. This has been so successful, 1 Percent Lists is now a leading real estate franchise. Because our sellers are saving thousands of dollars by only paying 1 Percent Lists 1% of the sales price, they can offer their home at a lower sales price, offer a bonus to the buyers agent or simply pocket that money as well deserved equity.

1 Percent Lists Mile High is your full service discount commission real estate broker for the entire Denver metropolitan area, including Aurora, Highlands Ranch, and Littleton, Colorado.  Let us help you save thousands today!