Colorado Real Estate Journal (November 2017) – Two years ago, the Denver apartment market was one of the nation’s strongest. The market was fuller than it had been in 15 years, and rents were growing at a dizzying pace. A lot of that momentum traced back to phenomenal growth in the metro’s young, talent-rich labor force.
Today, educated millennials will move toward the metro for well paid employment opportunities and a quality of life rivaled by few other places in the country. While Denver is still a hot spot for relocations, the apartment market has cooled off significantly.
If the market’s fundamentals remain strong, then why isn’t the Denver apartment market performing
at the same level as in 2015?
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