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  • Is lack of affordability triggering an exodus from coastal markets?

    Redfin data suggests homeowners are relocating to less expensive inland markets
    As mortgage rates continue to climb in expensive coastal cities, more and more people are migrating to affordable markets, according the latest data from Redfin. Redfin Chief Economist Daryl Fairweather said buyers are increasingly cost-conscious, and seeking more affordable homes in low-tax states in the South and middle of the country.
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  • Denver turns to "granny flats" to stave off affordability woes

    An urban regeneration coalition in Denver is receiving backing from Fannie Mae to install ADUs in low-income neighborhoods
    Auxiliary dwelling units could be the answer to helping low-income households afford to stay in gentrifying areas. According to a report by Donna Bryson from CNBC, the residents of a West Denver neighborhood are taking the affordability issues facing their neck of the woods into their own hands.
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  • Singapore real estate giant CapitaLand enters U.S. multifamily with $835 million acquisition

    Buying 16 Class-B properties in Seattle, Portland, Los Angeles, and Denver
    With rents continuing to rise with little sign of slowing, multifamily real estate in the U.S. is beginning to draw some serious international investor interest, as one of Asia’s largest real estate companies is planning a U.S. invasion of its own. Singapore’s CapitaLand announced Tuesday that it is entering the U.S. multifamily market with an $835 million acquisition of 16 apartment communities in Seattle, Portland, Los Angeles, and Denver.
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  • Zillow bringing its direct homebuying program to Denver

    Second expansion this summer
    For the second time in less than a month, Zillow is expanding its direct homebuying program. Last month, the online real estate giant announced that it is planning to bring its direct buyer program to Atlanta. Now, the company is expanding again, announcing Wednesday that it is also planning to begin directly buying houses from sellers in the Denver area.
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  • Mile-high appreciation

    Veros' Eric Fox takes a look at the high-performing area of Denver-Aurora-Broomfield
    Whether it's ranking America's highest rates of real estate appreciation or just its highest real estate, Washington and Colorado are top of the heap. Those states, which coincidentally have eight of the 10 highest peaks in the continental U.S., have six of the 10 Metropolitan Statistical Areas topping the most recent VeroFORECAST projections from Veros Real Estate Solutions. This week, Veros' Eric Fox takes a look at the high-performing area of Denver-Aurora-Broomfield.
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  • Jumbo mortgage lender Eave launches in Colorado, promising “ethical mortgages”

    Offers complete underwrite and close within 21 days
    A new mortgage lender is launching in Colorado this week, promising to bring “ethical” mortgages to borrowers looking to buy high-priced real estate. Eave, which bills itself as a “revolutionary” lender, is launching in Colorado and offering jumbo mortgages to homebuyers in the state.
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  • Mortgage industry mobilizes for MBA annual

    Here's how HousingWire has your back!
    If your day today is anything like the day of the HousingWire staff, you’re up to your ears in preparation for the Mortgage Bankers Association annual meeting in Denver next week. Rest assured, we're getting prepared too, and here's how.
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  • Denver luxury housing market sets new record

    38% more homes sold in May
    The luxury market in Denver is reaching new heights as more homes priced above $1 million sold in May. The luxury market expanded by a full 38% from last year as home prices increased. The latest report from Denver Metro Association of Realtors shows the number of homes below $500,000 continues to dwindle.
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  • HUD awards $132 million for revitalization of distressed neighborhoods

    Grants provided to Boston, Denver, St. Louis, Louisville, Camden
    Select areas in Boston; Denver; St. Louis; Louisville, Kentucky; and Camden, New Jersey are set to receive an massive influx of federal funding as the government seeks to revitalize “distressed” neighborhoods by turning dilapidated public housing units into new, mixed-income, mixed-use housing units.
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