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Why Housing Demand Will Remain Very Strong

The chart below tells you everything you need to know about demand for housing. First, look at how few births there were from 1973-1977 because of abortion on demand. 33 years later home demand dropped considerably at the same time as home bui...

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Property Taxes Will Increase Next Year

Colorado homeowners have just received their latest Assessed Value report by their local county assessor. This reported is based on the difference in property values from June 30th 2018 to June 30th, 2020. Boulder County homeowners are seeing...

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Denver Architectural Styles: Queen Anne Victorian

Queen Anne is perhaps the most ornate style of the Victorian period evident in Colorado. Popular between 1880 and 1910, the style varies from the highly decorative to a more restrained version found in many residential neighborhoods. General c...

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Skyrocketing lumber prices add $36K to new homes

Outrageously high lumber prices have for months been keeping builders awake at night, and it’s going to get worse before it gets better. Per the National Association of Home Builders, lumber prices have tripled over the past 12 months an...

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6 Tips for Guiding Buyers in a Seller’s Market

Inventory is bleak, but there are still ways brokers and agents can help their clients find the right home. The seller’s market is only getting stronger in 2021 as home prices continue to rise and inventories hit record lows across the co...

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Denver Architectural Styles: Tudor Revival

The Tudor-revival home style, also sometimes referred to as English-revival, was a popular Denver home style throughout the 1920's and 1930's. Seen as a rustic, undemonstrative architectural choice, the Tudor-revival home was a departure fro...

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Why Denver Is a Good Place For Investment?

Should you consider Denver real estate investment? Many real estate investors have asked themselves if buying a property in Denver is a good investment? You need to drill deeper into local trends if you want to know what the market holds ...

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Housing market inventory is starting to recover

Housing starts jumped in March, recovering from a bleak February that included wild winter storms in the South, according to a recent report from the Census Bureau. Single-family housing starts rose 15.3% over the month to a pac...

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