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Denver News

Homebuilding upside on the horizon in Denver Market after two forgettable years

(Denver, CO– February 1, 2011) Homebuilding in Denver has a big upside going into 2011, according to a recent report by Metrostudy, a national housing data and consulting firm that maintains the most extensive primary database on residential construction in the US housing market. Denver’s current employment estimates indicate that payrolls actually grew by 1,800 …

Positive job growth could bring stability to Denver Market

(Denver, CO– November 1, 2010) Positive job growth could bring stability to the Denver Market, according to a recent report by Metrostudy, a national housing data and consulting firm that maintains the most extensive primary database on residential construction in the US housing market. Total employment continues to improve but still showed a month-to-month decrease …

New Home Sales….No change? Hardly.

Today’s Census Bureau report showed that new home sales were unchanged.  For the moment, let’s put aside the amusing fact that in the official release, they say with a straight face that the percentage change was ‘zero’… plus or minus 16.7%. We know that their survey is prone to major error.  I correctly predicted that …

Tax Credit Drives Up Home Sales in Metro Denver during 2nd Quarter

(Denver, CO– August 1, 2010) Metro Denver existing home sales year-to-date is up 8% compared to the first 6 months in 2009, having closed 20,990 homes. April and May were particularly strong months, both up about 20% from the previous year driven by the tax credit, according to a recent report by Metrostudy, a national …

Rebuilding the Buyer Pyramid

Now that the 1st time homebuyer tax credit has expired, the homebuilding industry is left to move forward absent government stimuli during a still uncertain economic future. Since Congress has extended the date to close homes under the credit from the end of June until the end of September, we won’t know the full impact …