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Jul 9, 2024

CSI delves into Colorado’s Housing Market Disparity

The Common Sense Institute put some numbers and perspective to Colorado’s vexing challenge of housing affordability. Among the findings by the Greenwood Village-based nonpartisan think tank: Since 2010, Colorado’s median home values have surged by 132.4%, while median household income has only risen by 65.2%. This gr[...]

Jul 8, 2024

Landmark Capitol Hill mansion fetches $1 million

One of the last remaining structures along Denver’s Millionaires Row from the 1800s is off the market. Marcus & Millichap announced Monday the sale of the landmark building in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood known as The Creswell Mansion, a 5,716-square-foot office property at 1244 N. Grant St. The protected c[...]

Jul 8, 2024

The U.S. housing slump deepened this spring. Where does that leave home shoppers and sellers?

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The housing market shows few signs of busting out of its three-year funk after a disappointing spring season and amid a gloomy outlook for the summer and fall. Home shoppers came into 2024 with optimism that mortgage rates would ease further after a decline late last year. But those hopes faded […]

Jul 7, 2024

Real Estate Report: Trying times for property flippers

For real estate investors, particularly those who specialize in property flips, the last 18 months have been a tricky time. As one professional in the industry put it, “We all think of HDTV as the reality of the flip. This is a whole different play.” The Federal Reserve’s blunt-tool policy of raising interest rates started[...]

Jun 25, 2024

CSI study examines Colorado Springs housing affordability

A recent study by the Common Sense Institute examines how housing affordability has changed in Colorado Springs over the last 15 years and concludes that the city is at its highest level of unaffordability. The study on Colorado Springs housing affordability, authored by CSI Housing Fellow Peter LiFari and CSI Chief Economist Dr[...]

Jun 12, 2024

3D-Printed Housing Underway in Greeley

The “printing” of walls for a Northern Colorado housing development got underway May 30, as Alquist 3D, a pioneering firm in 3D construction printing, began construction on the first of four prototype units of the Hope Springs housing development in Greeley. Developers of Hope Springs, a project of Greeley-Weld Habitat for H[...]

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Jun 6, 2024

4 Ways Coloradans can Take Advantage of Home Energy Loans for Eco-Friendly Upgrades

Tackling energy-efficient upgrades to your home can reduce monthly utility bills, boost the value of your property and lessen your impact on Colorado’s environment. To make this a reality, consider applying for a home energy loan. While many homeowners believe the only qualifying project for this loan type is solar panel insta[...]

Asian woman thinking buy or rent home concept with question mark in background
Jun 6, 2024

Renting vs. buying: Right move depends on your circumstances

Knowing when and how to buy a home in the current market can feel like an insurmountable challenge. Between a new report that found renting is cheaper than buying a home in the fifty largest metros and the long-held belief that building equity through homeownership is important for accumulating wealth, both renting a home and [&[...]

Jun 5, 2024

Coloradans Not Alone in Property Tax Battles as Home Values Soar

Rising home values have led to higher real estate taxes around the U.S. Now many states are looking to provide relief to frustrated residents. New laws enacted in Colorado, Alabama and Wyoming will limit the growth in tax-assessed values for homeowners. A Kansas special session on tax cuts is to start June 18. Nebraska also [&he[...]

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May 30, 2024

5 Expert Tips on Securing Investment for Your Next Vacation Home or Rental Property

Whether it’s a vacation rental property that you’ll only book half the year or a cabin in the mountains for weekend getaways, financing seasonal investments can be challenging.  Lenders know you’re heavily invested — financially and psychologically — in your primary residence, so they typically don’t have a problem [...]

MLG expands to Denver Tech Center
May 22, 2024

MLG Capital Announces Expansion to Denver With New Office Building

MLG Capital today announced that it has expanded its nationwide footprint with the addition of a new Denver office located in the Denver Tech Center (8490 E Crescent Pkwy, Greenwood Village, CO, Suite 120), one of the metro area’s primary employment hubs. This addition adds to MLG Capital’s offices in Brookfield, WI; Dallas,[...]

Paradigm River North boasts 188,000 square feet of Class AA office space and 12,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space.
May 22, 2024

Jordon Perlmutter & Co. and Rockefeller Group Complete 200,000-Sq Ft Denver Office Building Paradigm River North District (RiNo)

Jordon Perlmutter & Co. and Rockefeller Group announced today the completion of construction on Paradigm River North, the latest addition to new office construction in Denver’s rapidly growing River North Art District (RiNo). Paradigm River North, also known as 3400 Walnut Street, boasts 188,000 square feet of Class AA [...]