Homes priced in the mid-$200,000s leave a profit of about $15,000 for the builder after costs.
Homes priced in the mid-$200,000s leave a profit of about $15,000 for the builder after costs.
Since the Great Recession, the seven-county Denver metro region has added households at a rate far greater than housing units. The housing surplus that once existed has been consumed, and housing prices have risen far faster than wages. The result: Housing is increasingly unaffordable for many Coloradans. That conclusion holds true for Colorado Springs and […]
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