The Mile High City's homeownership rate has fallen nearly 20 percent in 13 years, due in part to an apartment boom.
Denver Real Estate
The city is in the middle of a two-year planning effort that will guide future development, transit, and parks. But for some neighborhoods, will the result be too little too late?
The city's population grew by 23 percent between 2000 and 2015, but housing stock rose by just 17 percent.
Many homeowners -- particularly around the Metro area -- found out this month their property assessment has gone up as much as 35 percent.
A long time metro area real estate agent offers some ideas on why inventory is so low and what prospective buyers should do.
The S & P Case Schiller Home Price Index reports Denver had the third fastest home appreciation last month, up more than 8 percent compared to last year.
The average price for a new single family detached home in metro Denver is more than $500,000.
- New construction has skyrocketed more than 200 percent since hitting a low point in 2009.Read more
- The three cities marked another month of double-digit annual price increases through November 2015.Read more
- The cities were the only non-coastal regions ranking in the top 10 for apartment rent growth, according to the market research firm Reis.Read more