As the partial government shutdown nears ever closer to a month, the likelihood that it will affect the real estate consumer grows and could impact both financing as well as, you guessed it, the confidence a buyer or seller needs when making their future housing decisions.
Strategic rate management coupled with widespread snowfall across the western portion of the U.S. helped turn December from a challenging month to a revenue winner for mountain lodging properties.
About 79 percent of Millennials are first-time home buyers, but they’re planning long term.
Thanks to careful planning and thoughtful design guidelines, the surge of rapid growth in this once quiet town, Castle Rock’s identity and character won’t be lost in its newfound wave of popularity.
A short-term shutdown typically has minimal impact on the economy.
The flat, sparsely populated Eastern Plains haven’t experienced an attention-grabbing real estate boom, a spike in tourism, a wave of tech startups, or overtures by Amazon to build a second headquarters.
The growth, the weaknesses and the future of collaborative workspaces in Denver and beyond.
Tapping into the kind of layout and design that appeals to a young homebuyer is a measure of success for architects, builders and developers that want to cater to the current market.
The following story outlines a scam that has been around for awhile, but amazingly, renters can and do fall victim to this heartbreaking scenario.
The move to build smaller homes comes at a time that home prices — and square footage — continue to rise.
Row homes provide buyers with the autonomy of a detached, single-family home with a private entrance, garage and outdoor space, combined with the lock-and-leave, low maintenance benefits of a condo building without being on-top-of or below another unit.
This will be the year consumers and businesses begin to pull back, and all these factors could contribute to a challenging economic environment.