Metro Denver Named Among Most Stable Housing Markets In U.S.
Thursday, June 11, 2020
Denver's metro area is one of the top regions in country for stable market growth, according to a new report. Steady, incremental gains are generally preferred by homeowners who are looking for a decent return on their investment, according to real estate analysts. A real estate "boom" can "quickly turn into a bust," the report shows.
In SmartAsset's sixth annual study, analysts looked at historical data to find the housing markets that have seen the most stable growth over the past 25 years. The report included data on home price growth and volatility in 357 metro areas nationwide.
Boulder has been ranked No. 3 in the country and Fort Collins was ranked No. 6. Metro Denver was ranked No. 35.