2016 Colorado Housing Market and Real Estate Predictions

Colorado Housing Market

Home prices in the Colorado Housing Market are surging. On virtually every real estate website such as Zillow and Trulia Denver, Boulder, and Colorado Springs real estate ranks high among the hottest housing markets in the country. After the first quarter of 2016, Denver real estate (always a top market in sales and price appreciation) ranked 3rd, Colorado Springs 11th, and Boulder 18th. Colorado has more cities in the top 20, second only to … [Read more...]

Discover the Best Real Estate Markets for Investing in 2017

Real Estate Markets

After some considerable ups and downs (especially in the aftermath of the 2008 economic fall), the markets around the country are recovered and growing. This previous list of the best real estate markets (which we shared with you some time ago) highlighted the best housing markets through 2016. Readers could then get a better sense of what was going on in this business niche and even choose from the particular housing market which they would feel … [Read more...]

2015 Colorado Housing Market Predictions

Colorado Housing Market

There is no hotter real estate right now in the county than the Colorado housing market. At the beginning of the year Colorado home prices rose 9.8% between February 2014 and February 2015. And the market keeps moving up. In June the state reported record sales with the average residential property being sold for $377,550. But summer is the prime time for real estate sales and as such the market has cooled since then. … [Read more...]

2014 Colorado Housing Market


Of all the housing markets in the US, the Colorado housing market bounced back the quickest following the aftermath of the housing bubble, recession, and economic downturn of 2008. Denver's metropolitan housing market perfectly illustrates the entire state’s positive outlook for both 2014 and the following twelve months. In spring 2013, Denver experienced a regular price boom which experts partially accredit to the massive number of foreclosures … [Read more...]

2013 Colorado Housing Market

Compared to many states, Colorado endured the bursting of the housing bubble relatively unscathed. The state's home prices only dropped 9.5 percent from the first quarter of 2007 through the first quarter of 2012, well below the price plummets of most other states. As the market recovers, Colorado will likely find itself in the middle of the 50 states. The state's home prices are forecast to recover at 3.7 percent over the next year or so, … [Read more...]

Investor Real Estate Market Forecast

Lucky 7 Investor Forecast The Lucky 7 Best Investor Housing Predictor real estate market forecasts for 2008 are intended for investors willing to take a risk buying real estate to make a profit. Housing Predictor forecasts more than 250 local housing markets in all 50 U.S. states and the Lucky 7 Forecast is betting that investors will make a profit in the forecast markets. However, purchasers obtaining financing should be able to handle … [Read more...]

Banks Fight Foreclosure Initiative

By Mike Colpitts A ballot initiative that would force banks to provide proof of ownership before foreclosing on a home is facing a major legal fight in court by bankers, who want to kill the citizen initiated proposal before it makes the ballot. Two big banking associations are battling against the initiative from being placed on the general election ballot in Colorado. Initiative 84 would require lenders to prove they hold legal ownership … [Read more...]

Real Estate Recovery Likely to Produce Higher Home Prices

By Mike Colpitts The fallout from the real estate collapse is starting to see a turn around in some areas of the U.S. Home sales slid 7.4% in March in western U.S. states but fell more modestly in the rest of the country, according to the National Association of Realtors. But home prices in some regions are rising, delivering a promising sign for a nationwide recovery. The national median existing home price was $163,800 at the end of … [Read more...]

2012 Colorado Housing Market

Home sales are picking up in Colorado as lower home prices and mortgage rates drive more buyers into the housing market. The rise in sales will eventually lead to higher prices paid for homes and other properties, but as the region struggles with the economic fallout of the financial crisis the recovery isn’t expected to fully materialize by real estate analysts for sometime. Sales improved during the last part of 2011 for most of Colorado, … [Read more...]

Real Estate Investment Fund President Pleads Guilty

By Mike Colpitts The organizer and former president of a real estate investment fund pled guilty to defrauding investors in nearly a $10-million scam of two large apartment complexes and his investment fund. The plea could result in as long as 30 years in prison for the former funds president. Thomas B. Evans, 47, of Centennial, Colorado entered the plea in U.S. District Court in Denver after being charged with a single count of conspiracy … [Read more...]