Ride the Mile High City’s light rail system and you’ll witness mushrooming apartment buildings, retail and restaurants in properties that once exuded industrial grime, railroad rust or were mere highway canyons.
Mortgages do not move in direct correlation with the federal funds rate. This became apparent when the Federal Reserve raised rates in December. Within a few weeks, mortgage rates had dropped below when rates started. How can this happen?
Headlines hype ranchers occupying public lands while insisting they have rights to use the land without compensating the federal government. What we seldom hear about are private ownership rights under the control of local governments.
For Coloradans who came or stayed for easy access to a high quality of life in the outdoors, Silver Plume remains an idyllic community to put down roots.
As a result of the large strains on the available supply of houses in the metro area and the insatiable demand caused by population increases, Denver’s housing market has become one of the fastest-appreciating in the country.
Seems like most of Colorado’s Front Range is in the news for rapid population growth and development — with the exception of Colorado Springs. But the state’s second-largest city is no sleeping giant.
Unfortunately, there is a real estate wreck waiting to happen. There won’t be bodily injury, but anyone involved is likely to feel it in their wallet.
As a result of watching the value of their parents’ home drop drastically during the 2008-2009 housing bubble, Millennials have grown wary of homeownership.
I recently read an article in the Denver Post that the nonprofit Toys for Tots is unable to locate warehouse space for their annual toy drive. I knew why without even reading the article: Marijuana
I’ve seen firsthand the effects of a tightening labor market, and evidence that Denver has room for not just more housing but more businesses.
Economic development leaders and business owners say the area is holding its own in population and business development, pointing to trends such as growth of agricultural diversity with more niche and organic crops.
While Denver seems to be thriving, the 33-year-old 16th Street Mall appears to be the lone exception.