Colorado makes an ideal retirement destination. The state enjoys plenty of sunshine and boasts breathtaking mountain views. If you want to be closer to your family, Thanksgiving is the perfect time to start considering a relocation. Here are eight options across Metro Denver, near Boulder in northwest Colorado, and south in Colorado Springs to get […]
Colorado voters took action to help address the state’s affordable housing crisis earlier this month. By approving Proposition 123 by a 52.6% to 47.4% margin, they authorized taking 0.1% of the state’s federal taxable income to create a $300 million affordable housing fund. More than 260 organizations across the political spectrum supported Proposition 123, including […]
American Financing Corporation has informed nearly two-thirds of its remaining workers that they will be out of a job after higher interest rates caused mortgage loan demand to fall more than expected.
The same day that Monfort Companies and Riot Hospitality broke ground on Riot House in downtown Denver, the group announced that it had purchased El Chapultepec and Giggling Grizzly on the corner of 20th and Market Streets.
Home sales in the Denver area decreased in October as high mortgage rates discouraged buyers, and some sellers decided to wait for more favorable conditions. New listings dropped 5.1% from September. At the end of October, 7,290 homes were for sale— still well below historical averages, and the inventory was only about half of what […]
Denver officials estimate that 25,000 multi-unit rental properties in the city, including apartment complexes, will need newly required residential rental licenses by the impending deadline of Jan. 1, 2023 — less than eight weeks away.
A recession may be on the horizon, but that would be hard to tell looking out on the skyline of the River North Art District, where several buildings are going up simultaneously and several more are in the works.