With the release of home sales and price data from July, some real estate professionals are seeing cause for concern.Read More
As Americans drift away from homeownership, for a variety of hotly debated reasons, they seem to be more attracted to renting instead.Read More
Prospective or current homeowners under age 35 are probably looking for a lively city to call their own, but still need to make finances a high priority.Read More
A recap of Vectra's first quarter Homebuilders Breakfast 2017.Read More
Experts at Vectra Bank's Annual Economic Forecast event predict a strong 2017.Read More
The Centennial State ranked in the top 10 states for wind energy production in 2015, with 14 percent of its net power production coming from wind.Read More
The fast past growth of Metro Denver presents both challenges and opportunities.Read More
The entire state of Colorado, and particularly its bustling capital city Denver, have seen a high degree of change over the last several years.Read More
A recent article in a Denver publication tells of the story of a rapidly diverging city through two personal narratives.Read More
On July 4 at approximately 9:53am local time, with more than 100 stressed and sleep-deprived engineers packed into one room, a three-second beep was all it took to elicit cheers from everyone inside.Read More
What's been good news for the typical consumer has been troubling for the oil and gas industry.Read More
While Growing More Slowly than the Front Range, Economists Forecast Continued Growth and New Opportunity Ahead for El Paso, Teller and Pueblo CountiesRead More
The expansion of Colorado's Medicaid program has resulted in billions of dollars in economic activity over the last two years.Read More
Colorado Springs is the latest Colorado city to report strong employment figures and one of the best economic outlooks in over a decade.Read More
Energy businesses in Colorado had a successful 2015, even though the oil industry as a whole saw prices drop considerably.Read More
Few areas of the country currently have a stronger real estate market than Colorado.Read More
Throughout the U.S., consumer spending is rising. The declining unemployment rate and steady rise in average income has given people the ability to spend more.Read More
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