“With such a low vacancy rate, we’d expect to see more rent growth, but the employment situation is putting some downward pressure on rents,” Ryan McMaken.
“I like where our market stands right now. I really do.” Peter Niederman
“This is an opportunity I couldn’t pass up,” John Fuller.
“The high quality of the building, flexible floor plates, in-building parking, embedded technology and particularly strategic location adjacent to the mid-town medical campuses will be very attractive to a wide variety of medical office users,” Glen Sibley
“Everyone wants to see that eyesore torn down,” Brad Buchanan.
Colorado’s share of $6 trillion in housing values loss, estimated at $120 billion.
“Since foreclosure activity is so closely tied to wages and employment right now, the trend in filings could change at any time in response to the overall strength of the economy,” Ryan McMaken
Mortgage deduction for primary homes is too embeded in America’s culture and economy to be eliminated, says Henry Cisneros.
“Mortgage interest rates are at record lows, home prices have firmed and there is good selection of property in most areas, so buyers with good jobs and favorable credit ratings find themselves in a fortunate position,” NAR President Vicki Cox Golder.
“We’re seeing an improving level of consumer confidence among buyers in the upper end that we haven’t seen in three years,” Chris Mygatt.