Pictured above is the exterior of 1950 Kearney St. in Denver, listed by LIV Sotheby’s International Realty.
By Donovan Henderson | email@example.com | The Denver Post
July 18, 2018 at 7:00 am
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If favorable and Denver’s housing market are mentioned in the same sentence these days, it’s from the perspective of sellers and builders.
Certainly not from the point of view of buyers.
Which is why it was surprising when Denver and several metro-area cities were ranked high on a new list of favorable housing markets for first-time homebuyers.
A deeper dive into the criteria used by WalletHub revealed why Denver would rank No. 7 among large cities (population of 300,000 and up) and No. 51 overall on the personal-finance website’s list.