Despite some of the lowest mortgage rates in decades, the single-family home market in Colorado Springs is slowing – but not as fast as was feared. Compared to 2001, year-to-date new single-family residential building permits are down almost 12 percent. That is a “markedly better performance than the 20 percent decline,” said Fred Crowley, economist […]
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