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Denver Metro Area Market Watch

After two consecutive months of decreases, prices saw a slight month-over-month increase in September while sellers brought slightly more new listings to the market. Compared to last September, prices were up 15% while the number of Closed home...

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We are Not Afraid of Foreclosures

While foreclosure stats are up 32% in 21Q3 Q-o-Q and 67% higher Y-o-Y, they remain spectacularly low. In 21Q3, lenders commenced foreclosures on 25,209 units, traditionally they have numbered 40,000/month. Last year, in some months foreclosures...

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1+1 bedroom apartment in Sitio da Nazaré

1+1 bedroom apartment comprising living room and kitchen in kitchenette, 2 bedrooms, one en suite, 2 bathrooms, balcony with 15.50 m2. In the basement there is a private parking space. Located in the center of Sitio da Nazaré just a few me...

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Fantastic 5 bedroom villa, Tapada, Sítio da Nazaré

Fantastic 5 bedroom villa, comprising basement, ground floor and 1st floor, with a great patio with wood oven and barbecue and with a beautiful view over Praia do Norte. The house on the ground floor consists of 1 living room with fireplace, w...

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Denver architecture: Classic Cottage

The Classic Cottage is basically a one-story version of the Foursquare.  It features an elongated hipped roof with central dormer, and front porch, often full-width, with thick porch posts or simplified Doric columns supporting the porch r...

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Today is HousingWire

Let’s start with the good news: In 2022, purchase mortgage originations are expected to grow 9% to a record $1.73 trillion, according to the latest forecast from the MBA. And the bad news: refis are projected to decline 14% to $2.2...

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Denver architecture: WPA Modernist

The primary goal of the Works Progress Administration (WPA), one of many 1930s New Deal relief and recovery programs, was to put people to work.  Most projects were designed to spend a majority of the funds on labor, not materials.  Addit...

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