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Local Denver moving companies better be prepared for the mass migration of people moving to Denver in the coming months. Last month news broke that not only is the Denver metropolitan area expanding by adding an additional 9,007 apartments that are expected to start renting out this year, but on average the price of rent […]

There is a new wave of multi-family residential developments hitting Denver, but the rise in inventory is not resulting in a drop in rental rates to make things more competitive. In fact, rental rates are going up and low vacancies are remaining in place, due to the high demand of people who wish to move […]

  While it might have seemed like the Denver real estate market couldn’t get any stronger, the prices for the area have shown that there is still room for improvement, as CoreLogic Inc.’s latest home price index (HPI) showed metro Denver homes sold for an average of 9.7 percent higher in February than they did […]

As home prices rise in the Denver area, it may seem that the urgency to buy would lessen as prospective buyers shy away from high prices. While there are plenty of people ready to buy massive homes in Denver, there is a significant portion of the local population who prefer to rent. To say this […]

MIG Real Estate has acquired Copper Terrace Apartments, a 168-unit multifamily property in the southeastern Denver suburb of Centennial. The buyer did not specify a price for the asset. Copper Terrace is about 15 miles south of downtown Denver and one mile from the Arapahoe at Village Center FasTracks Station (FasTracks is the rail system […]

Thinking of moving to Colorado and curious about the local economy? Good news! Colorado’s unemployment rate fell to 6.1 percent in January, its lowest point in more than five years, according to figures released Monday by the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment. The state’s jobless rate peaked at 9.1 percent in October 2010 and […]

So where is the hottest place to live in Denver? According to a recent survey by Coldwell Banker, it’s the Congress Park area of town, which is the most in demand and only has about a month’s supply of inventory available for interested buyers. Following behind Congress Park are the Highlands, Washington Park, and Park […]

  Foreclosure activity decreased significantly in 2013 as Colorado had its lowest foreclosure level since 2004, according to the Colorado Division of Housing. The division also predicted Thursday that if current economic conditions continue in 2014, the next 12 months will continue to see declines, although foreclosures will likely fall more slowly in 2014 than […]

  According to recent data shared in the Denver Post, the average rent in the area for apartments rose $63 in 2013 over 2012, bringing current rental rates to about $1,041. Apartment vacancy rates have increased as thousands of new apartments have been hitting the market following construction booms for residential multi-family housing options. The […]

Home sale prices reached a new all-time high in the Denver area in September, marking the fifth consecutive month that prices have grown to an all time high. The data compiled by the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Prices Index shows that home resale prices in Denver were up 9.9 percent from September 2012 to September 2013. The […]