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Strong Colorado Jobs Market Spans Generations

A recent study puts Colorado at #2 in the nation for most attractive states for employment. Falling just behind Washington state, this will come as no surprise to residents. The report, conducted by WalletHub, used 24 key indicators of job-market strength, opportunity, and economic vitality—these variables include anything from the median annual income to the individual’s…

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Migration Trends and Real Estate

Unsurprisingly, Colorado has become a popular destination for many Americans. Drawn in by spectacular scenery, “conscious and mindful” lifestyles, and bustling new industry, people of every age are moving to put down roots in the Centennial State. The massive influx of new residents is causing rapid changes; Colorado has experienced faster population growth than ever before….

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What’s the Deal with Gentrification?

Colorado’s real estate market has grown exponentially in the past decade, and the uneven relationship between demand and availability has caused a boom in housing prices. As a result of this real estate and industry growth, you may have heard the term “gentrification” used on more than one occasion. If you’re familiar with its use but not with…

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Colorado’s Three Major Markets

Colorado is a large state, but most real estate growth and development occurs in concentrated areas. Understanding these markets can help buyers and sellers better understand the nature of their sales and purchases. Below, we have detailed Colorado’s three major real estate markets: the front range, the mountain communities, and the rural.   Front Range—The front range is, in essence, the Denver/Boulder…

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Why Colorado?

Regardless of interests, generation, and occupational field, Colorado is a popular destination for Americans. The gigantic population boom of the early 2010s has catalyzed several developmental changes in the state, but most transplants have moved for similar reasons. Below, we have detailed four of the largest reasons for migration in the past few years.    Economic Growth. Colorado has the…

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Population Growth and the Housing Market

In 2015, Colorado’s population grew by almost 102,000 people. In that same year, the state added just 25,143 new homes, condos, and apartments. If these numbers sound dangerous, you’re right—the state is unable to accommodate the vast and quickly-growing population of newcomers.     This discrepancy is most visible in the Colorado housing market. Anyone looking to…

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Best Places to Live in Colorado

Unsurprisingly, Colorado is experiencing population growth in both cities and more rural areas. From location and walkability to local art scenes and overall accessibility, there are countless reasons why growth has occurred more rapidly in some places than others. Below, we have detailed five of the hottest places to move in Colorado.    Boulder—From community-supported environmental protections…

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