Homeowners in metro Denver appear to be a fidgety bunch, more so than residents of other areas. Out of the 50 largest metros, they stayed put in their homes the fifth shortest amount of time on average, according to a new study from LendingTree.
Kiss those years of double-digit annual home price gains goodbye. Depreciation has made a comeback in Boulder, Denver and Douglas counties, according to a report from the Colorado Association of Realtors.
A local operator of large-scale family entertainment centers will open its third Front Range location this week when the Summit Thorton welcomes its first guests. The 50,000-square-foot facility sports 24 lanes of bowling, a 175-seat restaurant and more.
For at least five years, until last summer, home sellers had a firm upper hand in metro Denver, but things are shifting. One sign of that -- more sellers are having to accept offers below their original price.
It may not get the beloved Calfornia chain's animal-style burgers into the hands of eager Coloradans any sooner, but In-N-Out Burger on Friday officially closed on deals to purchase two properties in northern Colorado Springs, according to real estate services firm CBRE.
Denver is looking for an organization or group that can buy, redevelop and operate a "multi-purpose, community-oriented facility " on the property. It is willing to "entertain other reasonable proposals" that will have a positive impact on the area.