July is traditionally one of the larger months in ski real estate, so to see a swift decline in one of the biggest months for sales was a bit of a shock. Is there more going on with the recent sharp decline?
The Denver rental market is not slowing down. The current market conditions in Denver are showing that there is going to be a need for rental properties for a long time. But, it’s not all fun and games.
As impressive as it seems on its face, breaking down the numbers behind Colorado’s home prices since legalization shows just how hot the market’s been, and how much of that increase is due to legalized marijuana.
Regardless of the actual outcome of the trade war or any of the other economic news, how consumers and businesses perceive the future will be the key to the economy.
The Airbnb and VRBO models are here to stay; they are popular options for travelers and work well for many. However, there is clearly more work to be done to regulate the issues.
Vail announced the acquisition of 17 East Coast resorts for $264 million located near major metropolitan areas, including New York, Boston, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Columbus, St. Louis, Kansas City and Louisville.
This is the first cut since 2008. A rate cut now is a bit peculiar as the economy is doing quite well with inflation low, unemployment at record lows and the stock market at record highs.
Parking lots are on the verge of being obviated as the world of professional sports embraces a longstanding principle of real estate development: devoting a selected plot of land to its “best and highest use.”
With stocks and rates doing so well, one would think real estate would follow right along, but this is not the case in today’s economy. There is something more going on causing consumers to hesitate on home purchases.
Earlier this year, two American expatriates who live in the Netherlands announced a proposal to build a “Dutch-style” planned community between Longmont and Boulder.
As homebuilders zero in on building the most energy-efficient homes possible, they’re increasingly turning their attention to delivering a product that might actually enhance the health and well-being of residents.
Whichever way the market goes, be it stable or down, one thing is for certain ̶ Denver-metro real estate shows strength, sustainability and a demand the likes of which we’ve never seen.