Like any worthy rock ‘n roll story, this one involves tequila.
We know how obsessed Millennials are with their “fur babies”—from pets with their own Instagram accounts to doggie daycares.
I think most people would agree, the current real estate expansion in Colorado is getting poised for a correction and/or change. Real estate, like a hot air balloon, can’t go up forever—at some point, it needs a break to refuel. Colorado’s real estate boom is starting to get tired, and we’re already seeing a substantial slowdown in sales volume in Denver and the Front Range, indicating that change is lurking just around the corner.
Many of Colorado’s most forward-thinking homebuilders are beginning to provide buyers with homes that are designed and built with a person’s overall health and wellness in mind.
The Riverfront Park Community Foundation has installed “Luz de Denver,” (Light of Denver) a permanent version of artist Jorge Marín’s “Wings of México.” in Denver’s Commons Park.
Will Vail Resorts' decrease in revenue affect real estate in mountain communities?
The 4,000-square-foot store has double the profit margin of the grocery industry standard.
There are few trickier tasks in Colorado business than resurrecting one of the state’s 100-plus ghost resorts.
The new initiative will have far reaching impacts on real estate throughout the Denver metro and the entire Front Range corridor if other cities follow suit.
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.
During joint presentations January 18 at CU South in Parker, Henry Sobanet and J.J. Ament relayed that message, articulating challenges in Colorado’s economy and encouraging increased involvement with policymakers at the Capitol to an audience of more than 400 business leaders and elected officials from across the Denver metro area.