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As temperatures drop, Denver’s housing market cools slightly

  DENVER -- Experts said Denver's housing prices are down about 4 percent this fall, part of a seasonal market compression customary for this time of year.   Kelly Moye with the Colorado Association of REALTORS® said Denver's housing market goes through a compression every fall. She said properties sell quickly from January through late June and then slow in July and August.   "July...

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More people are moving out of Denver than into it, study says

About 20 percent want to stay in Colorado, but move to other cities around the state like Colorado Springs and Fort Collins.   DENVER — More people are looking to leave Denver than move in, according to a new report by real estate company Redfin.   "When our prices are going up at an average of 10 percent a year for single-family homes, we...


Heat in the morning, AC by noon – Denver’s Market isn’t a ‘set and forget’ just yet

Heat in the morning, AC by noon - Denver’s Market isn’t a 'set and forget’ just yet By Matthew Leprino   Like the climate control in your car, the climate of home buying season in Denver can change on a dime. Like its namesake, sometimes we skip spring altogether and head right for the 90s while every now and then, our summer flowers...

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Property owners are responsible for upcoming mandatory sidewalk repairs

The goal of creating well-maintained sidewalks across Denver may soon become a headache for property owners.   Sidewalks around the city are about to undergo mandatory repairs on the property owners’ dime.   This month, a city inspector will start hunting for damaged and uneven sidewalks that need repair in Denver as part of the Neighborhood Sidewalk Repair Program. City ordinance says the cost to fix them falls on the property...

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Which City is Better: Denver or Colorado Springs?

DENVER -- Denver and Colorado Springs — are we rivals or friends? And which city is better to live in?   Several recent surveys are giving the nod to Colorado Springs.   U.S. News and World Report ranked Colorado Springs as the second-best place to live in 2018, and the most desirable city in the country. Meanwhile, Denver was ranked as the third-best place to live and...

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Colorado Springs Named 2nd Best Place to Live in US; Denver Ranked 3rd

DENVER – Colorado’s two biggest metro areas are also some of the best places in the country in which to live, according to a new report.   U.S. News said it used a variety of government agencies and other data sources to determine things like quality of life, cost of living, the strength of the job market, desirability and migration rates.   1. Austin,...

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Summer Heat: Denver Residential Real Estate Market Stays Hot

Scant inventory is keeping the Denver residential real estate market red hot. Denver homes continue to sell extremely quickly and there are a lot fewer homes for sale now compared with a year ago. That low supply means higher prices. According to the Colorado REALTORS® Association, the median home price in the Denver metro area is $440,000, significantly more than the nationwide metro median...

Colorado condos break record at $300,000 median price despite new listings rising nearly 16 percent from April to May

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – June 12, 2018 – The Merry Month of May delivered strong seasonal increases in new listings for single-family residences and condos in both the seven-county Denver metro area and the state. However, homebuyers continue to face the same scenario that has dominated the state’s housing markets throughout the past year. Strong sales and record-high median pricing of...