In April, the unofficial start of the home buying season, there were 1,852 more homes on the market than the same time in 2018, according to the Denver Metro Association of Realtors.
There’s one other issue keeping accountants up at night. Many taxpayers could end up owing the IRS more money in April than they realize.
Proposition 111 would cap interest rates at 36 percent on top of Colorado's already strict (by national standards) payday loan regulations.
Radical savers aim to stash a million dollars in a retirement fund by saving 70 percent of what they earn.
To hang on to teachers, Denver Public Schools and other Colorado school districts are playing a bigger role connecting educators with housing programs.
A savings app called "Long Game" rewards people who save money with the chance to win a lottery.
The report from a progressive group finds that overall, jobs and household income in the state have grown since 2007, but troubling trends lurk beneath the surface.
The industry says higher rates will give borrowers with marginal credit access to loans, but groups seeking the veto argue a higher finance charge benefits no one but lenders.
About half of Colorado’s private sector workers ages 25-64 don’t have access to retirement plans through their employers, eliminating a key piece of the retirement savings puzzle.