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Movers and Shakers Week Ending 10.29.21

Movers and Shakers Week Ending 10.29.21

Corum Real Estate Group announced the appointment of David Myers as the company’s new vice president, Operations. Myers joins Corum as the company continues to focus on the growth of its commercial and multifamily management platforms. “We are thrilled to have David...

Shortage of homes for sale continues to plague housing market

Even as the U.S. housing market appears to be returning to a more normal, pre-pandemic pace and fewer bidding wars, it continues to be tight. The main reason: a severe lack of homes to buy. Earlier this year, Realtor.com estimated the gap between the number of homes...

Where Zillow says home prices are headed in 2022

Where Zillow says home prices are headed in 2022

Buyer's or Seller's Market? While the housing market is still very much a seller's market, things are clearly shifting a bit. More homes are coming on the market, and we've seen a big decline in the number of bidding wars. That said, buyers shouldn't pencil in a price...

Griffis pays $229M for apartment complexes in LoDo, Cheesman Park

Griffis pays $229M for apartment complexes in LoDo, Cheesman Park

Greenwood Village-based multifamily firm Griffis Residential purchased two apartment complexes in LoDo and Cheesman Park last week, spending about $229 million total. On Sept. 24, an entity affiliated with the company purchased the 10-story Greenwood Village-based...

Where Home Prices Spiked the Most in the Denver Area

Where Home Prices Spiked the Most in the Denver Area

Spike in Home Prices Surrounding Denver Denver likes to complain about rising home prices, but the spike in the surrounding metro area is even worse.  Search homes for sale in Flying Horse, Colorado Springs, CO here:  http://www.rehava.com What's happening: In the...

Denver Housing Inventory Increased 50% From May to June

Denver Housing Inventory Increased 50% From May to June

More New Listings Helps With Demand DMARs latest data show that while Denver's housing inventory is still historically low, inventory and new listings were both significantly up in June compared to May. Why it matters: Denver buyers have been facing all-out bidding...

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