A Colorado Sun investigation found that more than 250 HOA-foreclosed properties have been auctioned off in the state since 2018. At least 100 of them were sold for $60,000 or less.
A new report by Headwaters Economics highlights progressive growth strategies across the country to help amenity-rich communities navigate growth challenges
Ahead of the 2022 election, Jared Polis and Democrats in the legislature sped up TABOR refund checks and made them flat. This year, they’re reverting to a default system.
Plus: Denver-area inflation is up 5.7%, which is higher than the U.S. Some reasons why.
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!
It’s not easy, and it’s not for everyone, but it’s worth trying on a wider scale
In this brutal market, it will take determination and discipline. But it can be done
The 12 Colorado communities that approved real estate transfer taxes before TABOR in 1992 saw an 84% surge in revenues in 2020 and 2021 compared to 2018 and 2019
The blistering pace of home sales in Colorado’s mountain communities is slowing. Finally. After sales volume and prices more than doubled in Colorado’s high country valleys between 2019 and 2021, the number of home sales in six Colorado mountain counties declined through May compared with the same period in 2021. And while prices remain sky-high, […]
The Aspen City Council this week approved strict regulations limiting short-term rentals and easing the process for developing affordable housing, concluding seven months of work to rein in a real estate market frenzy that has homes selling for as much as $6,000 a square foot. “Are we a community or a commodity?” Aspen councilor Rachel […]