Hot homes: 5 Denver-area houses for sale, starting at $500K
This week's Hot Homes roundup includes a handful of unique Denver properties packed with plenty of charm.
2942 Glenarm Place — $500,000
Why we love it: This cheery and light-filled residence, nestled in one of Denver's most historic neighborhoods, offers an attached ADU with possibilities for a personal office, guest house or rental unit.
Apartments in Denver, Aurora and Colorado Springs are getting bigger
Colorado's love of wide-open spaces applies to apartments, too.
State of play: Apartments built in Denver since 2013 are on average larger than the overall stock, defying the national trend. The same is true for new pads in Colorado Springs and Aurora, which boasts even more elbow room.
Denver among nation's top pet-friendly cities for renters
Denver is the fifth most pet-friendly city in the country for renters, according to a new analysis from Zillow.
Why it matters: Finding affordable housing here is hard enough as it is, and securing a place that allows furry friends without costing a fortune can be even more difficult.
Hot homes: 5 Denver listings starting at $550K
Spring is around the corner — and Denver real estate is beginning to bloom again after months of a drooping market, the March market trends report released today shows.
Why it matters: More appealing homes are starting to sprout.
Case in point: Here are five amazing abodes $2.5 million and under that just hit the market and are expected to go quickly.
Denver housing prices are down, for now
The median home sales price for the Denver metro area was $536,500 in January, down 1.11% year over year.
- And down 3.33% from December 2022, according to the latest from the Denver Metro Association of Realtors.
HGTV designer takes us behind the scenes and talks remodeling tips
Crying customers are not what Poonam Moore expected at her new Aurora showroom. She's an interior designer, after all.
Yes, but: That's what happened when Moore starred on HGTV's new "Rico to the Rescue" series, which debuted in January, the Sentinel reports.
Denverites want to move. Here's where they're searching.
A recent Redfin report suggests more people are looking to leave the Mile High City, but it's not quite as dire as it sounds.
By the numbers: Metro Denver came in 7th among places homeowners were looking to leave.
- That's based on searches on Redfin's site from November-January.
Denver rents rose nearly 10% going into 2023, new report shows
In the fourth quarter of 2022, the average asking monthly rent in the Denver metro area was $1,744, up 9.3% from a year earlier, per economic research firm Moody's Analytics.
Why it matters: Affordability concerns are starting to weigh down the booming rental market.
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