The Mile High City ranks 14th among major U.S. metropolitan areas in terms of housing affordability.
Amid rising rents, Denver has seen an increase in the share of renters with high-paying jobs and a decrease in lower-income renters.
Winter tends to be one of the best times of year to buy a home as the real estate market cools down and prices drop somewhat.
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.
Between 2005 and 2016, incomes in the Denver metro area rose by 23.9 percent while rents have gone up by 34.7 percent, according to…
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.
The median cost of renting in metro Denver dipped slightly in September but rents are still 2.7 percent higher than the same time last year.
The Urban Land Conservancy is teaming up with developer Medici Consulting Group to build the 65-unit Walnut Street Lofts next to the 38th and…
Some cities in the Denver metro have far more homes for sale than others and the same goes for neighborhoods within Denver itself.