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.
Though home prices were down slightly for the second straight month, they’re still up more than 8 percent year-over-year.
The median sale price of residential properties was $385,000 in July.
From 2005 to 2015, Denver produced 1.7 new jobs for every new housing permit, according to a new analysis from ApartmentList.
Over the past four years, Denver added 49 housing developments with 3,004 units considered affordable, including 2,865 rental units and 139…
In the Denver metro area, 13,142 apartments are projected to be completed by year’s end.
The median sale price of all residential properties – both single-family homes and condos – was $389,000 in June.
Denver’s housing market is incredibly competitive -- not just for home buyers and sellers, but for renters and rental managers, as well.