Fall traditionally brings cooler temperatures and the second busiest seasons for buying and selling a home. As the summer winds down, indications are that the United States housing market as a whole is moving marginally deeper into buy territory, suggesting that, on average, the majority of housing markets around the country are in good shape and remain a sound investment.
Now that the holidays are over it's time to put on my turban, dust off the crystal ball and see what the future holds for the year ahead.
When someone asks me how the real estate market is, the cocktail party answer is that it's been a very pleasing 12 months and future looks bright and shiny. Because the economic news is good our Denver Metro real estate market is projected to stay strong but not overheat.
This week, co-hosts Vanessa Martinez and Ron Doyle ask local real-estate maven Rachel Hultin of Urban Niche Realty to school us on the uber-competitive rental-housing market as Vanessa launches her search for a new home.
Last summer, Sonny Lawson Park gained some renewed energy with the installation of "Before I Die," a world-wide, interactive art piece by Candy Chang. Visitors are encouraged to pick up a piece of chalk, reflect on their lives, and share their personal aspirations in a public space.
Out of the creative destruction of the newspaper industry, which is still struggling to find business models that work, comes individual journalists who turn their own work into a product sold through the new small businesses.
Bill Daniels, the cable television and telecommunications giant, left his 19,500 square-foot dream home to the city of Denver when he died in 2000. T...
I wouldn't say I've lived a Big Life, but decidedly larger than medium. Call it medium well.