Colorado Division of Housing


Tue May 24, 2011

Single-Family Rental Vacancies at All-Time Low in metro Denver

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The single-family rental vacancy rate in the metro Denver area has fallen to an all-time low. And while demand for the properties is high, rents aren’t keeping pace with inflation.

The vacancy rate for single-family homes, condos and other small properties across metro Denver fell to 1.4% in the first quarter of the year.  That’s compared to 3.1% for the first quarter of 2010.  Colorado Division of Housing Spokesman Ryan Mcmaken says in spite of declining vacancies, rents are largely flat across the metro area.

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Tue May 17, 2011

Colorado Foreclosures Continue Downward Trend

CO Division of Housing

New foreclosures filings continue to fall in Colorado’s largest counties.  But state officials are still concerned about the relatively high number of completed foreclosure sales.

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Thu February 10, 2011

New Foreclosures Down in 2010, but Completed Foreclosures Up

Foreclosure listing service Realtytrac says fewer homes entered the foreclosure process in January than any other month in more than three years.  And a new report from the state Division of Housing shows new foreclosure filings in Colorado appear to be following the same downward trend.

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