It is vital that municipalities work with developers to provide creative incentive packages to encourage affordable housing development in their communities. A public-private approach can provide viable solutions to a growing housing crisis.
From the most affordable cities and livable neighborhoods, to what real estate might look like this coming year, here's what's in store for the Colorado real estate market in 2020.
It is not impossible to secure top rent with a top tenant in today's rental market, but it pays off to pay attention to the details, do a bit of research, be patient and be more selective.
With a 30% dip in new listings statewide between October and November, the low inventory story continues to drive nearly every market across the state, according to the latest monthly market data from the Colorado Association of Realtors.
In the age of the internet, homeowners have more options than ever when listing a property. Owners can avoid the fees associated with going through a broker and list the property on a multiple listing service, but what is the best option?
A heated debate over the name “Stapleton” culminated in a vote this summer by property owners on whether to change it. More than 65 percent of those who cast votes opted to keep it.
More visitors and “positive” media recognition will continue to spur real estate demand in each of the top destinations. At the same time, supply is severely constrained in each of the Colorado mountain towns due to lack of land and high building costs.
Beyond the fact that architects design things, many people aren’t very familiar with what architects do. Yes, design is an enormously important part of being an architect, but the reality is that an architect’s job requires much more.
Brookfield Asset Management’s $11.4 billion acquisition of Stapleton developer Forest City Enterprises in December 2018 gave its subsidiary, Brookfield Residential, its first opportunity to build homes in the award-winning neighborhood.
The recent October sales numbers show the market will remain healthy as inventory remains constrained. With the recent moves by the federal reserve to aggressively lower rates, this trend will likely continue for the foreseeable future, which is good news for sellers and bad news for buyers.
Are the winter conditions in Vail heating up the real estate market? Vail Valley realtor Mike Budd answers this question and more.
For millennials, house hacking is a viable investment strategy for first-time home buyers to afford living in the city, generate passive income and gain the freedom to live their ideal lifestyle.