Happy Clients with The Storck Team!

44th FrontVery, very thrilled for this family and friend!  The Storck Team would like to give a shout out to our most recent home buyer!  We were lucky to help this lovely family move into a larger home, and here is what they have to say of their experience with us!

“Aaron, Tatyana, and Meagan were great to work with and very knowledgeable; any questions we had were answered. They went the extra mile to make sure we were able to get the most out of our home buying experience. Also, when any issues arose they worked hard to get everything taken care of as soon as possible. Highly recommended!”

Tatyana Sturm and The Storck Team have been honored to serve the AuroraCentennial, and Parker real estate communities as the top 1% of Denver Realtors and recipient of the 5280 5-Star Award since 2010.  We provide professional photography, video, and staging to our sellers.  Our sellers make an average of $5,000 more on their homes and go under contract in an average of 5 days.  We price it right the first time!  Call or text Tatyana Sturm with The Storck Team today for your FREE home valuation at (720) 350-5909.


Just Sold by The Storck Team!

We are so excited for our sellers that closed on their homes today!  The Storck Team was honored to serve in these two short sales, and we are elated for our sellers to start their new chapter in life.

If you have recently experienced a hardship and have fallen behind on your mortgage payments we can help!  The Storck Team has specialized in foreclosure and short sale real estate for ten years in the Denver Metro area as your voice to your lender in a very difficult time.



5546 Helena Street in Denver
Sold in just over 6 months for $172,200 in Parkfield.




4648 South Mobile Way in Aurora
Sold in 9 months for $170,000 in Pheasant Run.


Aaron Storck and Tatyana Sturm-Storck

Aaron Storck and Tatyana Sturm-Storck

Tatyana Sturm and The Storck Team have been honored to serve the Denver and surrounding areas in relocation real estate for the last 10 years as one of Denver’s leading short sale and foreclosure specialists.  If you or someone you know is facing foreclosure, make sure you are educated on your options.  You might have equity or money in your home that you are unaware of in this ever changing real estate market.  Call or text The Storck Teamto explore your options with short sale and foreclosure today at (720) 350-5909.  We are available 7 days a week for a consultation.

What is a high priority when considering the purchase of a condo?

Condos were once thought of as homes that attracted singles or couples, often without children. But in today’s market, condos are growing increasingly attractive to buyers with families of all sizes.

Condos can be an excellent choice for the right buyer. Here are a few things that you should considered before purchasing a condo. Most buyers start with the condo itself. That may be a good place to begin but, before they buy, buyers should also consider other factors outside of the condo.

Some developers are building condos that have a look and feel like single-family homes. These modern condos have great rooms and open, flowing floor plans that look and feel like a single-family home rather than an apartment or condo.

One of the major attractions of condos is the low maintenance. The community area is maintained by an association funded by the dues that homeowners pay into it.

That’s why buyers’ first consideration should be to explore the development and make sure they like the look and feel of the complex and surrounding community. There are codes and restrictions, often referred to as CC&Rs (covenants, codes, and restrictions) that buyers will have to abide by once they purchase a condo. Buyers should ask to review them before making an offer to purchase a condo. These regulations help ensure that the community maintains its general appearance and any necessary repairs of the external areas.  

Asking yourself if you belong in an HOA covenanted community is a whole separate set of questions.  HOA’s really work for some people, and not so well for others.  Make certain that you familiarize yourself with not only the rules and regulations but also the financial stability of the association itself.  

Review the association’s budget. It may be necessary to get the seller to provide this information because it may not be released to a non-owner who is only a potential buyer. However, in considering buying into a development, it’s almost like going into business with the neighbors in the complex. It’s important to make sure that the association is running properly and has enough of a reserve for necessary expenses and maintenance. The budget and CC&Rs will give an idea about how stable the association is and if increases in the homeowners’ association dues are likely each year.

Find out how many owners in the development are delinquent on their dues. A condo complex that has a high level of delinquencies can cause problems for buyers when it comes time to get a loan or sell the condo. Some loans are not approved if delinquency rates are higher than 15 percent.  

Another avenue to research is how many renters are located in the complex.  While owning a rental property is a great investment, it can bring down the property’s value if the ratio of renters is too high in comparison to that of owner occupied units.  

Review the minutes from the association’s board meetings. They will reveal the day-to-day issues that occur each month and give an indication of how the development is run. For instance, lots of complaints and filings about noisy residents, loud parties, or dog droppings on the lawn reveal potential problems with neighbors. The minutes will also reveal if the development is engaged in any lawsuits.

Understand what your responsibilities are for the upkeep of the condo. Find out what the association takes care of and what the homeowners have to maintain. Look at the association’s property management team and see how many times the association has changed management companies. Find out why. This will may reveal how responsive the association will be should residents need its assistance.

Ultimately, buyers need to ensure that when they purchase a condo they’re not buying into any legal battles the association is in the middle of and that they will be able to live in their condo the way they want. Study the CC&Rs and do due diligence before buying.

Tatyana Sturm and The Storck Team have helped many buyers in Southeast Aurora, Centennial, and Parker with the purchase of their condo.  Whether you are a first time home buyer, down-sizing, or prefer the community style of living that a condo has to offer The Storck Team would love to show you the hottest listings in our market.  The Storck Team lives, works, and plays here and our community is our true passion.  Call or text (720) 350-5909.

The Storck Team Appreciates Our Clients

Special DeliveryClient AppreciationThe Storck Team appreciates our clients and their trust in us over the years.  Over the last week we have made special deliveries to show our thanks for your continued faith in The Storck Team.  If you know of anyone needing help to find their new home, or looking to relocate, call on the team that your community knows and trusts.


Tatyana SturmTatyana Sturm and The Storck Team specialize in Southeast Aurora and Parker realty.  We live, play, and work in the community and our clients are our passion.

Sale Prices Reach Almost 100% Average of Asking Price in Denver Metro!

2014 Denver Metro Home Sales

According to Denver Metro sales data for 2014, home sales have reached 99.8% of asking price on average.   Storck Team home sellers are averaging less than a week on the market and up to $5,000 on average more for their home with our professional photography, videos, and home staging.  If you want your home sold for the most money in the least amount of time in Aurora, Parker, or Centennial call on The Storck Team!

Aaron: 720-273-7419
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