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Study: Do Landlords Know What Renters Want?

The team at Millionacres, a real estate investing service by The Motley Fool, surveyed 1,500 renters and 136 landlords to find out if landlords really know what their renters want, and more specifically, if renters are willing to pay more for specific features in a rental property. According to the study, …

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2020 Saw Denver’s Renter Activity Increase by 11%

In 2020, the Covid-19 pandemic delayed peak rental season by two months, prompting a slowdown in renter activity and rent drops in the nation’s ten most expensive large cities for renters. To get a comprehensive overview of this year’s renting trends, Rent Café analyzed 5.8 million renter applications nationwide. While …

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Colorado Non-Profit to Develop Cooperative Community in Jefferson County

Trailhead Community, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping individuals with developmental disabilities lead independent and productive lives, is currently developing an 80 unit apartment complex in south Jefferson County near Bowles and C470. 50 percent of the units will be allocated for adults with developmental disabilities and the other 50 percent will …

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Colorado Leads the West for Commercial Bankruptcy Filings

According to the Denver Post, a report from Resolute Commercial Services finds that Colorado leads other states in the Mountain West for the most medium sized company bankruptcy filings. Across nine states, Resolute counted 60 business bankruptcies by firms with $1 million or more in liabilities. 28 percent were in Colorado. Businesses in the real estate …

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Denver Renters Rebounding While Concessions Remain High

New data shows a record number of Denver renters are searching for a new place to live on Apartments.com — the leading online apartment listing site with nearly 14,615 apartments listed in the Denver area. Prospective renters are enthusiastic about the market, searching for cheaper rents, taking advantage of increased concessions, and looking for properties with more space. …

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Boulder Switches to a Renter Majority Market; Denver Still Favors Homeownership

The past decade witnessed a shift in the apartment market. According to a new RentCafé study, renting entered a downward trend in the latter half, going from 111 million renters mid-decade to 107 million by 2019. Despite this shift, 23 large and mid-sized cities transitioned to a renter majority, while …

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One Bedroom in Denver Sees 12.5% Y/Y Rent Decrease

According to Zumper’s November rent report, 13 out of 100 cities recorded record-breaking yearly decreases in one bedroom median last month, since Zumper started tracking median prices in 2015. The national one bedroom median rent decreased 0.5 percent last month to $1225. By comparison, in Denver, the average one bedroom rent decreased 12.5 …

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Space as a Service to Support Community

By Jason Shepherd REACTIV, an innovative commercial real estate marketplace that connects people with an array of vacant commercial spaces, recently collaborated with local groups to create an immersive community project in Denver’s Berkeley area, reimagining three once-commercial houses slated for demolition and giving them and the neighborhood new life. Dubbed The Tennyson …

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79.4 Percent of Apartment Households Paid Rent as of October 6

The National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC) Rent Payment Tracker found 79.4 percent of apartment households made a full or partial rent payment by October 6 in its national survey of 11.4 million units. This is unchanged from the share who paid rent through October 6, 2019 and compares to 76.4 …

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Greenwood Village Has the Largest Apartments in Denver Metro

After months spent cooped up in our homes because of the pandemic, it’s safe to say the size of our apartment matters. And, oftentimes, it’s not just about the number of bedrooms an apartment has, but how many square feet of space it offers. A new study from RENTCafé ranks …

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