“Now, the real work begins,” Harold Smethills.
“Denver’s boom wasn’t as big, and its bust wasn’t as painful,” Jeff Thredgold.
“The sky is not falling,” Lane Hornung.
“Essentially, (consumers) are looking for professionals who tell it like it is,” Lane Hornung
“…there are a lot of ready buyers for distressed properties,” Ryan McMaken.
“When the job market improves and interest rates start to rise slightly, buying propensity is going to increase,” Jack O’Connor.
“The foreclosure crisis is a factory spitting out renters,” Jim Flint.
“Both the vacancy rate and the number of days on the market are at the lowest levels recorded since 2001,” Ryan McMaken.
“I commend DHA, not only, for strategically planning a revitalization project to transform the site into a green community, promoting a healthy lifestyle, access to transit, and employment opportunities, but also for their leadership in demonstrating to the entire metro-area that sustainability can be achieved while providing housing choices for low to moderate income residents in Denver,” Rick Garcia.
“We really decided to push the envelope on building an energy efficient, sustainable house this year,” Frank Walke.