What’s Working: More home sellers cutting for-sale price in metro Denver, Colorado Springs
The rate of home sellers cutting the list price doubled in some metro areas. Plus: Rent assistance program in last phase, Colorado unemployment rate drops to 3.4% and more!
What’s Working: Here’s how the Front Range housing market slowed over a few weeks as interest rates rose
More houses hit the market in June than last year. Plus: The U.S. catches up with Denver’s inflation rate, a slowdown at the unemployment office and more!
What’s Working: As recession concerns grow, Colorado building permits are on the rise
The state still has challenges with housing inventory. Plus: Roommates, home sharing and business pessimism blamed on inflation
What’s Working | Median home values haven’t fallen in Colorado, but list prices for a new house have
A 6% interest rate is nothing, say some readers. Plus: housing affordability drops, gas tax relief, robot jobs, and more!
In Colorado’s heated real estate market, is it better to be a renter right now?
Owning a home now costs $987 more per month than renting. But not every city or town is the same.
What’s Working: Same Denver house, same price, but $190 more per month
Interest rate hike means higher payments for home buyers but a decline in prices. Plus: Renting is cheaper, state jobless rate drops to 3.5%, more!
After 50 years, homeownership gap between white and Latino Coloradans narrows. But for Black Coloradans, it’s widened.
The U.S. is short about 3.8 million housing units relative to demand, making it one of the toughest real estate markets in history.
What’s Working: Colorado’s economic data shows a robust recovery. Coloradans, however, are uneasy.
Colorado Health Foundation asked 3,000 Coloradans and 88% said the cost of living is a "serious" issue. Plus: When $250,000 isn’t enough, Oprah invests in a Denver company.
Vail Resorts plans big investment in affordable housing. Town of Vail promises a fight.
Vail Resorts’ project in Vail joins several other proposals around the high country facing stiff opposition as communities balance density in rural settings with a need for workforce housing.
A once-small Colorado mining town is going through a growth spurt. Can the water supply keep up?
Increased prices and scarcity of supply led Firestone to pursue a cheaper water alternative
Colorado’s taxable home values could skyrocket in 2023
A state economic forecast predicts a statewide increase of up to 20%, but what that means for homeowners is complicated
“Glorified homelessness”: Even tiny Silverton is experiencing the housing crisis that’s crushing mountain workers
Colorado’s housing shortage is exacerbated in remote Silverton, where there are no suburbs to commute from and little space to expand.
“It’s scary”: The housing shortage has reached a crisis point in southwest Colorado
Some residents have resorted to living in cars, and local officials fear middle-income earners will be priced out of the housing market.
An end of unfettered growth for short-term rentals in Colorado’s resort communities
Breckenridge and other mountain towns are trying to slow the growth of vacation rentals in an effort to ease housing and labor issues
Students who kept Colorado’s resort-town economies alive during COVID are now headed back to school
As seasonal workers return to classrooms, merchants cut hours and service in Telluride, Crested Butte and Breckenridge.
What you need to know in Colorado as the federal freeze on evictions ends
The CDC's federal moratorium on most evictions expires July 31
Colorado mountain towns say they can’t handle any more tourists amid labor, housing crises
Colorado tourism cheerleaders hasten their transition from destination marketing to management as resort town locals call for more housing and less promotion.
As the cost of Colorado housing increases, so does homelessness
About 51% of renter households are "cost burdened" in Colorado, which has some of the highest housing costs of landlocked states, comparable to urbanized coastal regions.
Survey of Colorado’s high-country residents a “wake-up call” on the devastating implications of the affordable housing crisis
The consequences of workers and permanent residents being priced out include mountain communities being forced to rethink their relationship to the tourism economy.