Affordable housing is becoming harder to find as Colorado Springs experiences a residential real estate market with low inventory and increasingly higher prices. Millennials are finding themselves priced out of much of the market, while others are deciding to hang on to their homes because low inventory leads to uncertainty.
Affordable housing is becoming harder to find as Colorado Springs experiences a residential real estate market with low inventory and increasingly higher prices. Millennials are finding themselves priced out of much of the market, while others are deciding to hang on to their homes because low inventory leads to uncertainty.

Recently engaged, Olivia Woolum and Matt Rocha want to buy a house in Colorado Springs. The 20-year-old hairstylist and her Army veteran fiancé are planning on getting married this summer, but they’ll have to put their dreams of homeownership on hold. “We feel a lot of the homes that are priced this high aren’t worth […]

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