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Affordable Housing in San Miguel County Gets State Boost

A lack of affordable housing doesn’t just bedevil Telluride, it challenges communities across the state, so much so that last October a bipartisan group of state senators and representatives sat down with diverse stakeholders ranging from the Colorado Association of REALTORS® to Habitat for Humanity to Ski Country USA, plus local government representatives, to examine the issue.   Town of Telluride Program...

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A Booming Urban Housing Market Reaches A Small Town On The Eastern Plains

Out on Colorado’s Eastern Plains, the pound of hammers and saw blades cuts through the steady silence. A construction site hums next to a solitary cluster of nearly 150 newly built homes and 48 apartment units.   In the small town of Wiggins, where a pair of grain silos are the tallest structures for miles, the population of less than 900 hadn’t...

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How Does New Construction Affect Housing Prices?

Denver’s 2019 elections have become a referendum on development, with Mayor Michael Hancock defending his handling of the city’s rapid urban growth. The debate has produced some major questions about development, housing and money. Here are some answers.   Are housing prices slowing down?   Yes. The pace of increases for rent and sale prices has slowed down lately. The median single-family home in...

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Metro-Area Commercial Sales Prices Plateau for First Time Since 2011

By Greg Johnson, Calibrate Real Estate   After six years of steady growth, in 2018 the Central Denver apartment market flattened out. See report by clicking here.  Nearly 1,000 units were sold in 34 transactions, and the average price per unit was $182,938, a slight decrease from 2017’s average of $185,316.  We calculate the average price per unit annually from Central Denver...

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Denver City Council Approves Plan for New Neighborhood at Elitch Gardens Site

DENVER -- The Denver City Council has approved a new long-term development plan for downtown Denver and it includes a new neighborhood.   The council heard public comment before voting to unanimously approve a plan that would allow for future changes and development at the current site of Elitch Gardens, the Pepsi Center, and surrounding parking lots. The formal title is the “Downtown Area Plan”...

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Fort Collins residential sweet spot up to $400K

Fort Collins residential sweet spot up to $400K   Pat Ferrier , patferrier@coloradoan.com 8:00 a.m. MT June 2, 2017   http://www.coloradoan.com/story/money/business/2017/06/02/fort-collins-residential-sweet-spot-up-400-k/356312001/   Homes selling for less than $400,000 being snapped up in days   Buy Photo (Photo: Austin Humphreys/The Coloradoan)   This story may sound like a broken record. Home prices in Fort Collins' white-hot market continue to escalate, pushed by the convergence of low inventory leading, increased competition, and an explosion of people...

Governor John Hickenlooper Signs Construction Defects Reform into Law

Denver – Members of the Colorado Association of REALTORS® (CAR), as part of the Homeownership Opportunity Alliance (a bipartisan statewide coalition of housing advocates, business leaders, metro area mayors and builders), stood with Gov. John Hickenlooper in the West Foyer of the Colorado Capitol on Tuesday as he signed HB 1279, the Construction Defect Actions Notice Vote Approval bill, into...