The Denver housing market’s consistent double-digit appreciation culminated in 2016 with increasingly low for-sale inventory (3,878 residential properties available at the end of February, the lowest monthly
As the multifamily industry ponders how to meet the housing needs of millennials and baby boomers, Colorado is facing two very different demographic paths looking forward. How we recognize and react to the needs of these population groups will have a major effect on the
The multifamily market in Colorado Springs finished strong in 2016, with total apartment sales over $550 million. With 2015’s total sales volume of $453 million and 2014’s $485 million, the total apartment sales volume for the last three years is approximately $1.5 billion
Entering 2017, the rapid acceleration of Denver's multifamily market seems to be cooling. Yet, it’s not doom and gloom but, rather, a settling back onto familiar ground. Before diving into what experts around the industry are saying, here are some current statistics to keep in mind
When it comes to housing insecurity, the city and county of Denver is working harder than ever to make our community accessible and affordable for current and future generations. From investing in affordable multifamily developments, promoting the integration of affordable
At the heart of conversations about the Breakers Resort with the original developer as well as the new majority owner, the discussions always end up acknowledging an emotional connection to the project.
Achieving higher-efficiency standards for multifamily housing in the U.S. could be a game changer that provides billions of dollars in economic benefit and significantly improves the standard of living for
Multifamily investment in Colorado Springs will continue to lure new investment and acquisition from large market investors. Denver apartment investors see Colorado Springs apartments as a “safe haven”