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Colorado housing market

What Growth Caps May Mean for Lakewood

Earlier this month, Lakewood voters passed a controversial rule that limits new residential construction to 1 percent of the city’s existing housing stock each year, with the intent of slowing development that many residents say has gotten out of control. As the entire Front Range struggles with how to responsibly address growth, all eyes—especially of local developers and housing policy...

Aerial view of residential neighborhood with view of downtown Denver.

Home prices turn negative in two more metro Denver counties but home values still rising statewide

The Colorado Association of REALTORS® is confirming an earlier report from the Denver Metro Association of REALTORS® that metro Denver home prices suffered an annual decline in February.   That’s the first time that has happened since 2012. But with strong gains still piling up along the southern Front Range and in Mesa County, home prices statewide are still rising.   The median sales...

Sunny Day in Denver Colorado United States. Downtown Denver City Skyline and the Blue Sky.

Colorado on top tier of ‘well-run’ states, but observers warn of growth challenges

A new national ranking of the best-managed states places Colorado in the top 10, but those who closely follow the state's economy say growth issues could make governing more of a challenge in the years ahead.   Several counties in the Front Range region have agreed to attempt to limit development through existing corridors, he said, and that will further drive up...

Inventory isn’t the problem, ‘Active Inventory’ is

By Matthew Leprino   It seems you can’t open your social media app or tune in to the local news without hearing about the lack of options for homebuyers these days. Denver is facing big city problems while it continues to grow into that role.   Along with increased pressure on developers to turn over a quality product - and fast at that -...

Beautiful blue home in neighborhood in the spring

Median sales price of Colorado homes up 10 percent over last year while available listings dip 37 percent statewide

Key findings from the April 2017 research report include:   Following a dramatic increase in new listings in March 2017, April saw a small decline in the number of new listings for single-family and townhome/condos across the state. Median sales price for a single-family home in the Denver metro area hit another record high, $404,900. Statewide, the median sales price for...