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Over fifty awards presented to top-performing individuals, suppliers and communities across Metro Denver’s rental property communities On...

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Apartments built in the 1970s lease for 42% less on average than apartments built in this decade and an estimated 29,051 apartments in the Denver...

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Your Association government affairs department recommends support to candidates that are pro-business and friendly to our industry. We strive to...

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Is 2018 the year that Congress finally passes housing finance reform and puts an end to the conservatorship of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac? Housing...

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Average rents in Denver fell for the second quarter in a row, dropping to $1,396 at the end of 2017 down from $1,420 three months prior....

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As we (Denver Community Planning & Development) prepare to implement the Denver Green Roofs Ordinance beginning January 1, we have drafted a...

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We are proud to partner with the City of Denver’s new LIVE Denver affordable housing program. The City of Denver has issued a “Call...

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Vacancy Up, Rents Down Amid Record Construction Levels Average rents fell $8 between the second and third quarter of 2017 and average vacancy...

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Legislative advocacy is one of the primary pillars of the association. From time to time, we have to call on our members to stand up and fight...

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Over the past few years, our state’s multifamily rental housing industry has observed significant increased demand, especially in the Denver...

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Vacancy rates dipped and rents edged up as Denver set another record in apartment construction in the first three months of 2017, according to the...

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Quarterly decrease is the largest dollar amount decrease ever in Metro Denver by Christopher Dean For the second quarter in a row the average cost...

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