The effects of the coronavirus shutdown in Colorado aren't yet showing up in the real estate market, although a large number of listings have been pulled, pushing the number of homes for sale in the Denver-Boulder market to 1,018 in the first week of April, compared with 1,343 in the last week of March 2020. Experts say the listings for 295 homes have been withdrawn. (Dana Coffield, The Colorado Sun)

Coronavirus isn’t stopping Coloradans from selling their homes. And some are even still going for a premium.

While Colorado’s housing market is starting to slow somewhat as the economy stalls, it's nothing like the Great Recession. Here’s why real estate experts say that’s the case.

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Aurora delays in-person learning for high school students until November, following Denver Public Schools

With COVID-19 cases on the rise, high school students will continue remote learning through Nov. 13. Younger students may also have to return to classes at home

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We’ve mapped out the 22 homes that were destroyed or damaged by the Cal-Wood fire

The fire torched nearly 9,000 acres and forced thousands to flee their homes

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“They silenced us”: Colorado parents-turned-teachers want schools, lawmakers to give them a voice

Even as many parents have become their child’s lead educator during the coronavirus, they feel muted in conversations about schooling.