The real estate market in America, and more specifically, Denver's housing market has seen a roller-coaster of events over the past decade. The financial crash of the late 2000's, followed by economic growth, in addition to de-regulation and legalization of Marijuana has led Denver to the real estate market we have now.
Many millennials as well as others, are feeling the effects of this change as their monthly rental check has begun to climb and spike in some cases. Many renters are complaining that Denver is no longer affordable to the working class, and are looking for alternatives. Some have begun to rent with a roommate instead of exclusively. Others are moving further away from the city to escape high rental prices. Another option for others is to leave the rental market completely and buy a home instead. Many articles, including the one attached, gives light to those who plan on sticking around Denver for a while...
Are you ready to buy a home..?
Author:Jordan White Phone: 303-525-0772 Dated: November 6th 2015 Views: 290 About Jordan: ...
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