From Mid-2000s Bubble, Denver Housing Prices Have Risen More Than Rest of U.S.

From Mid-2000s Bubble, Denver Housing Prices Have Risen More Than Rest of U.S.

Source: Ben Miller at Denver Business Journal

From mid-2000s Bubble, Denver Housing Prices Have Risen More Than Rest of U.S.

99.5% of Denver homes are worth more than they were at the peak of the housing bubble in the mid-2000s. This is impressive, given that nationally only 48% of homes are worth more than they were at the peak. Just how much have Denver homes increased in value? A whopping 60% on average. What’s crazier: experts don’t see this reversing anytime soon.

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