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Aurora Housing Inventory — Yes, There’s More But Not Enough

Posted by Marty Schechter on June 16, 2018   The Merry Month of May delivered strong seasonal increases in new listings for single-family residences and condos in both the seven-county Denver metro area and the state.   However, home buyers continue to face the same scenario that has dominated the state’s housing markets throughout the past year. Strong sales and record-high median pricing of both single-family homes...

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Economic Impact of Restricting Housing Growth to No More Than 1% in Colorado

A Closer Look at the Economic and Fiscal Impacts of Initiative 66 and Why Housing Matters For the State’s Economic Future   Based upon the projected household growth and recent housing development history, the 10-county front range region covering Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, El Paso, Jefferson, Larimer and Weld, is projected to add an average of around 35,000 and 43,200...

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Is Our Housing Market Changing?

By Matthew Leprino   Everybody wants to know when the market is going to change. When will the buyers once again be in control of price, time on market, inspection objections and ultimately, their ability to be picky? When will the era of sellers dictating the majority of the terms, starting to pack before they even list their home and ultimately, a...

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Berthoud Homebuilder’s Mission: Affordability

Mission Homes Colorado to break ground in July on houses starting in mid-$200,000s By Craig Young Reporter-Herald Staff Writer   For several years, builders in the region have said that it's not possible to construct a detached single-family home that would sell for less than $300,000.   "On the Front Range, the conversation starts in the mid-$300,000s," he said. "But the days of homes in the...

Home Sales Decline During July

After six consecutive months of steady movement upward, sales of single-family homes declined 4 percent to 8,700 and condominium/townhouse sales were down 2 percent to 2,761 compared to June.  Even so, those figures compare very favorably to July 2014 (+5 percent for single-family and +13 percent for condominiums/townhouses).  A drop in home sales at this time of year is common,...