With 2017 coming quickly, it is time for my annual Colorado real estate predictions. My 2016 predictions were accurate, with Denver house prices moderating toward the end of the year and outlying areas continuing to feel pain.
What does this mean for 2017? How will Colorado real estate be impacted from rising interest rates and increasing cost of living? These are not predictions made from an ivory tower, these are developed from the cockpit of my Subaru looking at properties throughout the state.
To get started on the predictions, it is important to separate residential trends from commercial trends, since each could be impacted very differently in 2017.
Colorado is a unique state with huge in migration and healthy job growth. Will these trends continue into 2017? What likely could derail the current trajectory. Will all areas and sectors of the state benefit from the up economy. Please read the full article I wrote for the CO Biz magazine answering these questions and more.
See Full Article in the CO Biz Magazine: http://www.cobizmag.com/Trends/Here-are-my-Colorado-real-estate-predictions-for-2017/
Written by Glen Weinberg, COO/ VP Fairview Commercial Lending. Glen has been published as an expert in hard money lending, real estate valuation, financing, and various other real estate topics in the Colorado Real Estate Journal, the CO Biz Magazine, The Denver Post, The Scotsman mortgage broker guide, Mortgage Professional America and various other national publications.
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