Atlanta built twice as much housing as Denver and rents rose half as much, and other numbers that tell our real estate story.
Denver likes to market itself as a burgeoning tech hub, and it might be working -- more and more entrepreneurs are calling Denver home.
Denver has the fourth lowest rate of negative equity among 36 of the largest U.S. metropolitan areas, according to an analysis from Zillow.
The Home Mortgage Disclosure Act keeps track of who's getting approved for mortgages, including their race and ethnicity.
In some ways, new residents have the potential to accelerate housing unaffordability. People willing to move long distances tend to have higher incomes households moving within a metro.
Fewer fixer-uppers means real estate developers are increasingly looking to scrape properties. It also means fewer affordable homes.