Atlanta built twice as much housing as Denver and rents rose half as much, and other numbers that tell our real estate story.
Well, technically, he's not a Denver man until he flies into town and sees his home for the first time in real life, I guess.
That places Denver eighth among the top 10 cities where new construction is more walkable than average.
The average luxury home in Longmont sold for nearly 29 percent more than it did last year.
The rest of the country currently knows Colorado Springs as a place where you can get stuck in an elevator with Donald Trump.
Denver doesn't crack the top five.