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Denver named a top 21 city for real estate investment in 2022 and 2023

Norada cited Denver’s low unemployment and strong tourism industry as reasons why it stands out as a good place for investment properties.

Denver housing inventory jumps as home sales fall in RE/MAX survey 

Nationwide, sales hit their highest level of the year, rising 4.7% from June but falling 17.6% on a year-over-year basis, RE/MAX said. 

New Zillow tool helps military vets find VA loan-eligible condos

The tool takes the guesswork out of the home-shopping process by highlighting condos eligible for Veterans Affairs (VA) financing.

Denver home price growth exceeds 20% in May, deceleration on the horizon

Prices for single-family homes in the Denver metro increased by 20.3% year over year in May. However, they decreased by 3.3% month over month from April.

Denver home prices show no signs of slowing in March S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Index 

Nationally, the index posted its highest annual increase ever.

Orchard pilots cash-offer program for first-time buyers

Buy with Orchard gives first-time buyers the power of a cash offer to appeal to sellers and make homeownership more attainable.

Smaller markets lead the way in Q1 home-price gains; Denver sees 19.4% rise 

Seventy percent of the 185 metros surveyed by the National Association of REALTORS® saw double-digit price gains in the first quarter, compared to 66% in the preceding period. 

Is the pandemic-driven second home buying boom over?

Report finds buyers are backing off from buying second homes, but what’s causing the turnaround?

Rent-to-own housing company launches in Atlanta, Phoenix with plans to expand 

Pathway Homes was formed by ResiLabs, a partnership between real estate private equity investor Regis Group, single-family rental landlord Invitation Homes Inc. and venture-capital firm Fifth Wall. 

Mortgage applications, interest rates rise first week of January

“MBA expects solid growth in purchase activity this year, as demographic drivers and the strong economy support housing demand,. However, the strength in growth will be dependent on housing inventory growing more rapidly to meet demand.” — Mortgage Bankers Association associate vice president of economic and industry forecasting Joel Kan

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