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.
What happened since Oregon launched their recreational marketplace and how does this affect Colorado's industry?
Whether we're talking about mortgages, subsidized housing, flood insurance, are elected officials properly equipped to solve real estate troubles, or should private enterprise take the lead?
By buying a lender to compete with their existing lenders, Zillow is revealing the future.
There is no way to completely eliminate short term rentals, but cities should take back control of their housing situation to help local businesses and residents cope with the affordable housing crisis.
The central business district is evolving from an eight-hour workplace destination to a 12-hour work/play destination to a 24-hour work/play/live destination.
During July 2018, 7,916 new single-family homes entered the market, up from July 2017’s 7,615.
Though the current real estate climate would suggest that today's scene is a “seller’s market,” don't get overly confident and overprice your property.
With the recent news that the University of Denver’s campus will be transformed into a $143 million metropolitan center, the desire to live in these established communities will only continue to grow.