Denver still tops most U.S. cities for home-price gains

Denver still tops most U.S. cities for home-price gains The year-over-year pace of home-resale price gains in metro Denver eased a bit in April from previous months, but the Mile High City still led most others for percentage price gains. Prices in the Denver area rose 9.5% in April from a year earlier, nearly twice… [Read More]

Denver’s most expensive neighborhood to rent is still near downtown

Denver’s most expensive neighborhood to rent is still near downtown Denver’s most expensive neighborhood to rent still remains near downtown. According to the latest report by Zumper, the median rent for a one-bedroom apartment in Denver’s Golden Triangle neighborhood is $2,300 a month this summer, which is the highest in the city. A 224-unit apartment… [Read More]

Denver City Council adopts new rules on short-term home rentals

Denver City Council adopts new rules on short-term home rentals After weeks of debate, the Denver City Council has passed a new law regulating short-term lodging rentals in the city. The bill was supported by people who feel that short-term rentals — residential properties that are rented out via online platforms like Airbnb, HomeAway and… [Read More]

Denver home values up nearly 50% since Great Recession, biggest gain in nation

Denver home values up nearly 50% since Great Recession, biggest gain in nation Home values in Denver have increased 49.3% since their Great Recession peaks 10 years ago, which is the biggest gain in the country. Home value growth in Denver-Aurora-Lakewood market outpaced all other U.S. markets since 2006. The government’s Home Price Index tracks… [Read More]

Ten Most Affordable Places to Buy a House in Colorado

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We all know that housing costs in Denver have been high in recent years. And the same situation can be found in plenty of other Colorado communities. But there are still relative bargains available in these parts, particularly for folks who are willing to venture away from the largest cities. The data comes from SmartAsset.com,… [Read More]

Median price of one-bedroom apartment in Denver hit $1,390 in May

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The cost of renting an apartment in Denver is rising again at a pace faster than the national average, with May offering little in terms of relief for local renters, according to a new report from San Francisco-based Apartment List. The median one-bedroom apartment rent in Denver was $1,390 last month. A two-bedroom unit ran $1,770. That’s an increase of 3.9 percent since last… [Read More]