Seattle based Zillow has released a new report on the top housing for 2019, and the Denver housing market once again made the list.

The Denver housing market comes in at #3, following San Jose (#1) and Orlando (#2).  To compile the list, considered income growth, unemployment rates, population growth, rent and home values.  In comparing Denver to San Jose, the median home value in Denver is $431,000 versus San Jose at $1.2 million.  Good news for home buyers, home affordability is improving with the experts saying the market is stabilizing and shifting into a buyers market.   In addition, inventory is on the rise giving buyers more to choose from.

Denver continues to attract companies due to access to a very dynamic and educated work force.  Along with the second to none life style, newcomers to Denver find themselves involved with year around activities.  Thus, keeping them active and outdoors with activities such as snow skiing, hiking, boating and camping.  As a newcomer to Denver, you will be sure to find a neighborhood that fits your lifestyle.  Trusting your home buying with an experienced realtor will better your odds in moving into your Colorado dream home.

With a unemployment rate of  3.2% and a minimum wage of $11.10 an hour, Denver’s economic health will continue to drive major employers and talent to the Mile High City.