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Home values are spiking wildly in west Denver. Are hundreds of backyard cottages part of the affordability solution?

Home values are spiking wildly in west Denver. Are hundreds of backyard cottages part of the affordability solution?

The idea of building secondary homes on single-family properties is gaining cachet among affordable housing advocates, and one budding program aims to build hundreds in west Denver.

Lafayette may extend moratorium on new senior housing, cites demand on emergency services

Lafayette may extend moratorium on new senior housing, cites demand on emergency services

Developers keen to jump into Lafayette’s growing senior housing boom may have to wait a bit longer. The city may extend is moratorium on new senior-oriented housing because of an outsized demand for emergency services.

Home price gains nationally strongest in three years, Denver holds at 7.2 percent

Home price gains nationally strongest in three years, Denver holds at 7.2 percent

Metro Denver home prices increased 7.2 percent in September, unchanged from the annual rate of gains measured in August and July, according to the latest update from S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Indices.

Smarten Up Your Showings With Smart Home Technology

Smarten Up Your Showings With Smart Home Technology

By Christy Matte, guest contributor Smart homes with security and automation features are becoming a hot trend, and they can be an exciting way to dazzle prospective home buyers (and up your staging efforts to a high-tech level at the same time). But if buyers have never experienced an automated home environment, rattling off a […]

John Prosser, fierce advocate for Denver’s poor and historic neighborhoods, has died at age 84

John Prosser, fierce advocate for Denver’s poor and historic neighborhoods, has died at age 84

John Prosser had a crystal ball’s ability to predict that Denver would become the city it is today, but he made it a major part of his life’s work to ensure the historic fabric of the city wasn’t lost amid population booms and waves of development.

Judge rips Colorado AG’s case against foreclosure giant as “groundless and frivolous,” orders state to pay attorneys’ fees

Judge rips Colorado AG’s case against foreclosure giant as “groundless and frivolous,” orders state to pay attorneys’ fees

The Colorado attorney general’s office was so haphazard and reckless in its failed pursuit to prove former foreclosure king Larry Castle and his law firm had defrauded thousands of consumers that it now must pay his attorneys’ tab to defend him – an amount that easily could toll into the millions of dollars.

Judge rips Colorado AG’s case against foreclosure giant as “groundless and frivolous,” orders state to pay attorneys’ fees

Judge rips Colorado AG’s case against foreclosure giant as “groundless and frivolous,” orders state to pay attorneys’ fees

The Colorado attorney general’s office was so haphazard and reckless in its failed pursuit to prove former foreclosure king Larry Castle and his law firm had defrauded thousands of consumers that it now must pay his attorneys’ tab to defend him – an amount that easily could toll into the millions of dollars.

Denver’s median home value jumped $22,000 this year as number of for-sale homes plummeted

Denver’s median home value jumped $22,000 this year as number of for-sale homes plummeted

Denver’s spiking median home values and plummeting stock of for-sale homes aren’t an outlier in the U.S., they’re the norm, according to Zillow. Company analysts say country is in the midst of an ‘inventory crisis.’

Market Street Station chewed up as downtown Denver block is cleared for mixed-used project

Market Street Station chewed up as downtown Denver block is cleared for mixed-used project

For once, RTD is the one being inconvenienced by someone else’s construction project.

Marijuana syndicate grew pot in gated Greenwood Village home and sold it around the U.S.

Marijuana syndicate grew pot in gated Greenwood Village home and sold it around the U.S.

Twenty-four people face racketeering charges for allegedly transporting marijuana across the country from illegal grows in eight posh metro Denver houses, including one inside a gated Greenwood Village community.