Rent or Buy? More Young People Are Choosing Homeownership
Apr30

Rent or Buy? More Young People Are Choosing Homeownership

In a sign that the US economy may have millennial substance, home ownership, and new household formations are on the rise.   According to the Wall Street Journal, the uptick from the downward cycle caused by the financial crisis and housing crisis may be over.  The key is: will the urge to experience more away from a home than to stay put and form long-term roots subside with the millennial buyer?   Additional details are revealed in:...

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New Home Construction Missing
Apr29

New Home Construction Missing

If you’ve been searching Denver for new home construction, you might be wondering why they seem so hard to come by. You’re not imagining it, and you’re not looking in all the wrong places — the market for both new and existing homes is extremely tight. That’s great news if you’re a seller, as it means you can command top dollar for your home, but it makes life rough if you’re a buyer. So, what’s causing the current shortage?  ...

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Clayton Lane: sold to OliverMcMillan seen as a positive
Feb23

Clayton Lane: sold to OliverMcMillan seen as a positive

Cherry Creek North’s Clayton Lane has been sold to San Diego-based OliverMcMillan by amCap.

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American Boutique Hotels
May14

American Boutique Hotels

Travelers today are faced with the great and the not so great inspirations called the American boutique hotel.   The Art, The Nativ, The Standard, The Washington Schoolhouse, The Surf Lodge, The Thompson, The Mercer, The Limelight, The Crosby Street, Tribeca Grand, Gramercy Park Hotel and the first many years ago, The Soho Grand, form a genre within all the places one can now stay.   While beds come standard, the architecture, the art...

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