Denver Real Estate Watch blog is closing

Denver Real Estate Watch, the blog helmed by former Rocky Mountain News real estate editor John Rebchook, is closing up shop.

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Denver Real Estate Watch, the blog helmed by former Rocky Mountain News real estate editor John Rebchook, is closing up shop. 

The reason? Too much time, not enough money. In a farewell post, Rebchook wrote that “With only one sponsor it does not make financial sense to continue to publish DREW, given the huge commitment of time and effort it requires.”

That huge amount of effort was evident in posts like this one, where Rebchook offered a thoughtful look at why people often consider those in the real estate world greedy.

The blog ran for six and a half years, and in a nod to the old RMN publishing schedule, he chose a Tuesday to close.

Rebchook will (thankfully) continue to write part-time for the Colorado Real Estate Journal and hasn’t ruled out reviving Denver Real Estate Watch in the future.

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