Plus: Denver-area inflation is up 5.7%, which is higher than the U.S. Some reasons why.
Pinion Park residents are settling into Norwood. Among the lessons learned: don’t ship, assemble and finish the homes in winter.
As the next wave of economic challenges lines up, top managers say they’d rather fight to help clients than jump on the corporate track
Rent control reduces the incentive to build new homes, hurting the people it is trying to help. Instead, Colorado needs more housing options.
Gas prices are back over $4 a gallon but a bigger inflation culprit is housing prices. Plus: Fair Workweek bill on pause, more chips for Colorado Springs.
After a hectic two years of unprecedented home price increases, the median sales price stayed the same in Colorado, dropped in metro Denver, and rose in other parts of the state in January
Lawmakers may limit local land-use directives to promote housing density. Also on the docket: rent control, eviction limitations and transit-oriented development.
So many job openings, so few “affordable” houses for sale. Colorado Realtors met to discuss. Plus: Workers aren’t “on the couch,” labor demographics are changing, more!
Population growth is going to happen. We can expand housing and preserve our landscape, if we loosen zoning and accept density.
The median sales price for a house in 2015 was $285,000.