Real Estate Development

3D printers are already being used across industries to produce a number of products. A quick Google search provides an astonishing number of uses.  One industry to keep an eye on is the housing industry and the use of 3D printers to build houses on-site.
Continue Reading 3D Printed Houses: The Potential for Positive Change in the Housing Industry

In July, voters in Lakewood approved a one percent per annum cap on residential unit construction.  Now, a proposed ballot measure aiming to require counties along the Front Range to follow suit is one step closer to appearing on Colorado’s 2020 ballot.
Continue Reading Front Range-Wide Residential Growth Cap One Step Closer to Colorado’s 2020 Ballot

It is no surprise that Colorado is ranked as the third most popular state for relocating millennials.  However, where in the state these 23-38 year olds are choosing to live just might be.  While Denver may seem to be a logical choice for inbound millennials, as has been the case in the recent years, millennials have a new preferred destination in the state: Colorado Springs.
Continue Reading Colorado Springs: A Millennial Haven?

There’s no denying that Denver, along with much of the rest of the county, has recovered from the 2008 recession and continues to ride a strong period of economic growth. For those of us in the real estate industry, counting the number of cranes visible from our office windows and the number of neighbors opposed