One of the greatest blessings that I ever had in my real estate career was starting in one of the two worst Denver real estate markets in 80 years. In 1981 the oil and gas industry was an overwhelming majority of the metro Denver economy. The oil commodity prices crashed that year and subsequently decimated the real estate market in Denver. Some neighborhoods dropped 30%, others over 50%. I was in 1st grade and learned absolutely nothing from that market correction that year.
Since 2010, the city of Denver has added more than 100,000 new residents. This rapid growth has the area topping out with more than 700,000 residents calling the Mile High city home. The increasingly dense population in the Metro area has those looking at Denver shifting their focus to surrounding suburbs to find their dream homes. We now see areas like the Denver Tech Center, Lakewood, Brighton, and Aurora growing, too. The expansive options in the Denver Tech Center real estate market has made DTC an increasingly desired area to live. Let’s talk about some of the perks of buying the homes for sale in the Denver Tech Center.