As expected, new listings are down seasonally, and overall inventory remains a significant issue statewide. Yet, continued buyer demand has kept median and average sales prices relatively flat.
The House of Representatives passed a bill with bipartisan support that would allow banks to provide services to cannabis companies in states where it is legal. However, there are still a couple major hurdles before it becomes a law.
As rents continue to rise across the Front Range, pockets of the city that historically have had concentrations of locally owned shops and restaurants are giving way to national retailers that can afford to pay higher prices.
While each deal is different, there are some situations that arise repeatedly in my practice. These are the common mistakes made when preparing a lease, and how to avoid them.
From tips and tricks for selling a home in the winter to reasons it’s a great time of year to buy and sell properties, here are ten things to consider when listing a property in the “real estate off season.”
Although many Coloradans associate regular exercise and wholesome eating with a healthy lifestyle (they’re not wrong), there’s still one major element of the wellness mix that’s often overlooked: the buildings and spaces where we live, work, learn and play.
Whether through downsizing, relocation or a restructuring of your workplace strategy, there are options on the table to prevent you from overpaying for your real estate.
A game-changing industry like cannabis has far-reaching impacts. Colorado’s real estate industry is sharing knowledge with professionals across the U.S.
Regardless of which option is best for you, there are a ton of reasons to utilize real estate as an investment vehicle. From duplexes to condos to single-family houses, there are a wide variety of options in neighborhoods across the city.
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.