Denver and the whole of Colorado is not cheap right now. We are paying the debts of maturing from a dusty town to modern metropolis in a relatively short amount of time.
There are swings that experienced property managers can look out for.
Home values are rising as more and more people discover these gems and decide to call them home.
NAVA Real Estate Group started work on Lakehouse, a 196-unit mixed-use community on the south shore of Sloan's Lake, well before the reforms went into effect, and residents have started moving into Westfield Co. Inc.'s 99-unit S*Park project in RiNo.
There are better metrics to predict market values than income-to-home-prices.
In housing, the growth and popularity of Colorado - especially the Denver metro area - has helped fuel a red-hot sellers' market for several years.
In Denver, the seller historically had control during the warmer weather months – Is that still the case?
How mortgage rates (and treasuries) rise in the future is the $1 million question.
The residents who are leaving Denver will most certainly continue to call Colorado home.
The market in Denver along with the weather is cooling
To increase the rate of homeownership, the government has been loosening lending standards to help more borrowers qualify for mortgages.
The gap between inventory for sale and the number of new listings tells the truest tale.