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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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City and County Market Trends Reports | MAR. ’22

Percent changes calculated using year-over-year comparisons New Listings were down 1.0 percent for single family homes and 11.4 percent for townhouse-condo properties. Under Contracts decreased 3.5 percent for single family homes and 13.4 ...

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The Cost of Waiting – Why Now Is the Time to Buy

While homebuyers may be tempted to pull the covers over their heads until more inventory appears, every day waiting is costing them money. How? With interest rates and home prices headed up, and supply remaining tight as the pent-up pandemic de...

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Denver architecture: Second Empire

The mansard roof with either concave or straight sides is the key to distinguishing the Second Empire style.  Although not extremely common in Colorado, high style examples exist, most notably the Tabor Hotel in Leadville, the Bloom House ...

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Denver Festivals March, 2022

Wynkoop Brewing Company Day of Dorks 2022 March, 2022 Wynkoop Brewing Company, 1634 18th St Denver, Denver, Colorado Snowball 2022 March, 2022 Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado About This F...

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Denver is the 8th Least Affordable City

According to OJO Labs metro Denver is now the 8th least affordable housing market as of February. They said that the median priced property that sold last month which was $540k according to DMAR is 5.67 times the median income of metro Denv...

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