The Mile High City ranks 14th among major U.S. metropolitan areas in terms of housing affordability.
The seasonal slowdown in the real estate market led to slightly lower home prices in metro Denver last month, for a median of $375,000.
While Denver's housing market isn't quite as hot as it was, prices will likely continue to rise in 2018.
After two months of declines, home prices in metro Denver inched back up slightly in October, according to the latest numbers from the Denver…
The median sale price of homes in the area was $375,000 in September. Here's what some similarly-priced homes around the Denver metro…
The median cost of a home in the Denver metro area dipped to $375,000 in September and the number of sold homes was down by more than 21 percent.
Though home prices were down slightly for the second straight month, they’re still up more than 8 percent year-over-year.
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The typical Denver home is now worth 57.3 percent more than it was before the recession hit, according to Zillow.
The $81,349.82 figure makes Denver the 9th most expensive U.S. metro area for homeowners.
Current listings show just a handful of properties listed at $200,000 or less and the Denver Metro Association of Realtors reports just 23…
The median price of a Denver-area home is $385,000 but a condo will set you back quite a bit less than the typical single-family home.