Denver real estate is exciting to discuss with people relocating to the Denver metro area. We have a diverse economy, a highly educated population, progressive leadership and a beautiful setting on the high plains of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. While most people are under the impression that Colorado, including Denver is hip deep in snow all winter long, happy residents know the truth. The snow gets deep in the high country while Denver enjoys sunny, mild weather with only occasional snowy days to break up the boredom!

Over the past decade Denver has enjoyed a renaissance, adding a world class international airport, DIA, a new Bronco football stadium, Invesco Field at Mile High, baseball park, Coors Field for the Colorado Rockies, a massive entertainment facility and home of the Stanley Cup winning Colorado Avalanche are just of few of the new additions to the city.

These days more history is in the making with the construction of additional Light Rail lines and the infamous T-REX the construction project we all love to hate. As a commuter myself, I love watching the road change each week as they progress continues. It won’t be long before it is done and we will be one more step into a modern future far from the Wild West Frontier Days of the past.
Denver Economy

Denver’s diverse economy in a variety of industries make a home in Colorado; telecommunications, aerospace, financial services, computer software, biomedical and many other high tech sectors offer employment here. Major employers in Denver include Comcast, Level 3 Communications, Qwest Communications, Lockheed Martin, Xcel Energy and Sun Microsystems.

Metropolitan Denver doubled in population from 1960 to 2000. The actual growth rate was 2.4%. Interestingly the age of the population is now very close to the same age of the U.S. median population age of 34.4 years.
Denver Real Estate

The cost of living in Denver is less than most major cities in the U.S. but higher than many. Housing availability is currently very good, with single family homes beginning in the high $100,000 and going up from there. (For additional pricing information visit the Maps and Stats page) Denver accommodates a variety of lifestyles in homes from lofts, condos, high rises to single family homes.

If you are considering moving to Denver, you will enjoy doing your research here on this site. As questions occur, please feel free to e-mail me or telephone me (303-589-2022). I specialize in helping people relocate to the Denver and the Denver Metro area. My experience and knowledge is available for home buyers who need help. So if that’s you, call on me.