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Built-for-Rent Homes Coming to Broomfield and Loveland

McWhinney and AHV Communities (AHV) are on track to deliver nearly 500 Built-for-Rent® homes at McWhinney’s 1,100-acre Baseline community in Broomfield, and at Kinston, within its 3,000-acre Centerra master-planned community in Loveland. The partnership expects to break ground on 240 homes within Centerra’s Kinston community this year and has plans to deliver 242 homes at Baseline. “In Colorado’s …

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Denver Office Market Sees First Quarter of Positive Absorption in Two Years

According to Newmark’s newly-released Q1 2022 Denver Office Market Report, with the new year and the pandemic numbers continuing to drop, employers have once again started to set plans for returning employees to the office. Office activity in Denver has picked up across all submarkets and industry types, although medium- and small-sized tenants remain …

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Aurora Apartments Give Renters the Most Bang for their Buck [RentCafe Study]

With the rental season already kicking in, RentCafe ranked the 100 largest cities in the U.S. based on how much apartment size they offer on a $1,500 budget. Denver is one of the top large urban areas in the country where $1,500 will stretch less than 700 sq. ft. in …

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245 New Residences Open at Legacy at Fitz in Aurora

Legacy Partners, a privately held national real estate firm, together with their joint venture partner Griffin Capital Company, LLC, a leading privately held alternative investment asset manager, today announced the opening of the second and final phase of Legacy at Fitz, a 363-residence apartment community located in Aurora, across the …

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Denver Emerges as Colorado’s No.1 Trendiest Gen Z City

Gen Zs are giving large urban areas a much-needed glow-up, ramping up rental activity in some of the most sought-after markets in the country. According to RentCafe’s latest analysis of 3.2 million rental applications, Zoomers are now the most active renter generation, making up more than a quarter of apartment seekers …

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Denver Rents Rise 16.5%

The altitude in Denver isn’t the only thing that’s Mile High, rent prices are right there with it. Although rents in Denver have declined slightly over the past month, the year-over-year trend is staggering. According to Apartment List, an online apartment rental marketplace, compared to this time last year, rents have risen …

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Colorado Landlords Received the Most Rent Payments in 2021, Survey Says

In 2020, as expected, landlords receiving full rent payments gradually decreased month over month as the pandemic surged. However, in 2021, reflecting improving economic and public health, landlords receiving full rent payments began to recover and trend upwards. In order to look at this trend more closely, TurboTenant has released …

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Denver Ranks Among the 50 Most Competitive Rental Markets in the U.S.

According to RentCafe’s Year-End Report, the 2021 rental season brought fierce competition among apartment-dwellers nationwide, as they faced a rental market pressured by high demand, low-apartment availability and applications with top-notch credit scores. Known as the poster child for rental competitivity in the Colorado area, Denver ranked 38 among the top …

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Denver Rents Spike as Vacancy Dips to Lowest Point Since 2015

According to Northmarq’s Q3 Multifamily Market Report, the Denver multifamily market is benefitting from a rapid rebound in the local economy with vacancies tightening, rent growth spiking, and absorption levels remaining high. Unprecedented renter demand in Denver in recent quarters has fueled significant rent growth in the last six months. Absorption …

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North American Sublease Inventory Falls for the First Time Since the Pandemic Began

Sublease space fell in more than 50 percent of the 91 markets tracked  New research reveals that for the first time since Q3 2019, the amount of sublease space available in North American markets has declined, according to a report released by Cushman & Wakefield (NYSE: CWK), a leading global real estate services firm.  North …

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