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January 2022 Denver Real Estate News Recap

+ In the past two years, single-family home prices have risen by a third in Colorado, while inventory has dropped by two-thirds.

+ Without more vacancies, rental prices may push even higher in the metro area as families search for homes after the Marshall fire in an already tight market.

+ In the last decade, Colorado lost 300,000 “naturally occurring” affordable housing units that people making less than $45,000 can afford without spending over 30% of their income. You can also find the living wage calculator for Denver County.

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