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Denver architecture: Renaissance Revival

Renaissance Revival, also known as Italian Renaissance, is best identified by the horizontal divisions, usually defined by belt or string courses, and the different treatment in each division. This is sometimes accomplished by using differe...

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Market Trends Reports | March 2022

Percent changes calculated using year-over-year comparisons. New Listings were up 11.0 percent for single family homes and 0.5 percent for townhouse-condo properties. Under Contracts decreased 3.3 percent for single family homes and 9.8 percent...

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Denver is the 5th Least Affordable City

This was a big story last in the DBJ as Austin-based OJO Labs ranked Denver as the 5th least affordable area to live in the country. Only San Francisco, San Diego, Miami, and L.A. were considered more unaffordable. OJO Labs uses a ratio...

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Denver architecture: Gothic Revival

Gothic Revival is best characterized by the pointed-arched window, steeply pitched roof, and picturesque composition. The English/French examples are predominately ecclesiastical and are vernacular versions of late Medieval churches.  C...

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Denver’s Biggest Events for May 2022

Modern Women/Modern Vision: Works from the Bank of America Collection (May 1–Aug. 28, 2022) – Celebrate the bold and dynamic contributions of women to the development and evolution of photography in the 20th century. Jason Isbell ...

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April Market Trends Report

A Recession is Exactly What We Need and it’s Good for Housing As March wrapped up, the two-to-10-year treasury yields had a .05% spread, and they are on the verge of inverting, which is a high validity recession indicator. Five of the last...

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Digging Deeper: March 2022 Records

March 2022 was yet another record-breaking month. In this report, the DMAR Market Trends Committee examined the various records broken in this month. ACTIVE LISTINGS (Attached) 594 represents the lowest March on record. The previous rec...

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Denver architecture: Greek Revival

Greek Revival is very rare in Colorado and the few examples that exist date from between 1860 and the mid-1870s.  The style is more appropriately called Greek "Survival" because it is an unusually late appearance of a style that began in t...

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