Downtown Denver.(Photo: MARK HARDEN | DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL)
DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - In a trend that's repeating itself around the country, homes in Denver's urban
area are appreciating at a greater rate than homes in Denver suburbs.
That's according to online real estate company Zillow, which reported the value of homes in Denver's urban area have appreciated 14.4 percent in the past year and 54.5 percent in the past five years. Home values in Denver's suburbs have risen 14.1 percent in past year and 49.1 percent in the past five years.
Per square foot, homes in the Denver urban area cost an average of $251, according to Zillow, compared with $201 in suburban areas.
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