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Colorado Springs: Investors’ market of choice

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”

CREJ

November 18, 2016
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Mountains face supply-and-demand imbalances

Greg Price answers questions about the multifamily property market in Colorado’s mountain resort communities

CREJ

September 2, 2016

Development impact fee is an unfair burden

NAIOP Colorado, the commercial real estate development association, is concerned about the lack of affordable housing

CREJ

August 15, 2016
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Dedicated affordable housing fund is crucial for Denver

Thousands of people in our city lack access to the simple advantages so many of us take for granted, like a place to call home

CREJ

August 15, 2016

This finance game is different

If you are anywhere near the real estate industry, you probably hear your colleagues talking baseball with increasing frequency

CREJ

August 15, 2016

How to deal with wrongful Airbnb subletting

Valued at over $20 billion, Airbnb is the Uber of rentals. Through the Airbnb website, people can rent rooms, apartments and homes.

CREJ

May 27, 2016

Negative trifecta is coming to Denver market

The collapse of the housing bubble in 2007 affected single- and multifamily building. Now that we’re almost 10 years past the problem, we see the multifamily market bouncing back strongly while single-family housing has yet to fully recover.

CREJ

May 16, 2016

Shrinking units become a growing trend

Apartments are getting smaller and the mix of units is getting less diverse as the multifamily market tries to balance demand from population growth with relatively stagnant income growth.

Michelle Askeland

May 15, 2016

How today’s cycle compares to past decades

We’re all aware of what seems to be a building frenzy in the apartment sector in Denver, accompanied, until recently, by strong rent growth.

CREJ

May 15, 2016

Median rental rates vary by $100s across city

Three years ago, about 30 percent of renters in the Denver area paid rents below $1,000. That number now sits at 11 percent, as of the last Multifamily Housing Council survey. While rent increases are widespread, not all neighborhoods are experiencing the same effects as the macro environment. Using 21,000 available apartments listed on Zumper over the end of 2015, we examined which areas felt the greatest effects.

CREJ

February 13, 2016