Real Estate

Fort Collins picks developer for affordable housing project

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 5/13 11:42A The Associated Press
FORT COLLINS, Colo. Fort Collins has selected a developer to design and build about 60 affordable homes on property withdrawn from the city’s land bank program. The Coloradoan reports the city has chosen Indiana-based TWG Development LLC, which...

8z and Redfin join real estate’s instant-offer race along Front Range

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 5/10 2:00A Aldo Svaldi
Opendoor and Zillow Instant Offers made a big splash last October when they entered the Denver market and began making instant offers to home sellers. Now, 8z Real Estate, a Boulder-based brokerage firm, and Redfin, a national brokerage, have...

The most significant action a seller can take? Staging.

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 5/4 6:21A The Washington Post
By Audrey Hoffer , The Washington Post Marina and Daniel Ein acquired an extraordinary collection of Oriental rugs, antiques and art over a lifetime of travel. When it came time to sell their 5,500-square-foot house in the District of Columbia,...

Denver remains a top destination for millennials

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 5/4 2:00A Aldo Svaldi
Denver remains a magnet for millennials , but a lack of affordable homes could prevent many of them from sticking around for the long haul. Out of 100 metros examined, Denver continues to rank in the...

Metro Denver’s housing market tug of war continues into April

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 5/3 5:57A Aldo Svaldi
The peak spring home-selling season is in full swing in metro Denver, but it is proving to be a much tamer affair this year than last. Sellers listed more homes in metro Denver and buyers purchased fewer of them last month compared to April 2018,...

Home price gains in Denver slow in February

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 5/1 2:00A Aldo Svaldi
Home price appreciation in metro Denver slowed to a 4.7 percent annual pace in February, down from a 5 percent pace in January, according to the latest release of the S&P CoreLogic Case-Schiller Indices. Momentum is slowing across the country,...

Former pop-up bars taking more permanent form in Denver’s RiNo district

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 5/1 2:00A Joe Rubino
After building a reputation for creating limited-time-only events and here-and-gone, pop-up bars, Josh Sampson is breaking character and setting down roots in RiNo. The northwest corner of 28th and Walnut streets is in a state of flux as Sampson,...

Bill allowing for rent control hits dead-end in Colorado Senate

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 4/30 8:20A Justin Wingerter
Legislation that would have allowed local governments to implement rent control for the first time in decades died a quiet death in the Colorado Senate on Tuesday. Senate Majority Leader Steve Fenberg, a Boulder Democrat, asked late Tuesday...
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