The ins and outs of renting in Colorado Springs. Here’s an overview of the market to help you find your next apartment or rental home. It’s an exciting time to be a renter in Colorado Springs. After years of population growth and a lag in rental housing to support it, developers, both local and national, […]
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Honoring the Pioneer Spirit Picture being part of the Pikes Peak Gold Rush during the late 1800’s when the former Golden Cycle Mill was the top producing gold mill in the nation with the highest payroll in the state – providing the economic backbone for Colorado Springs and turning the area where Gold Hill Mesa now […]
The white-hot real estate market continues. Here’s what you need to know about buying in Colorado Springs now, with pro tips on how to prepare.
If you want classic elegance in a home, the Broadmoor area and Broadmoor Bluffs sets the bar for luxurious dwellings.
If you want space and privacy, the forested Sun Hills neighborhood in north Colorado Springs awaits.
Here’s a detailed list of the average Colorado Springs rents based on the Colorado Springs Metro Apartment Vacancy and Rent Study, Third Quarter 2018.
The Olympic spirit is alive and well in the home of the U.S. Olympic Committee, Olympic Training Center and coming U.S. Olympic Museum and Hall of Fame.
We think Colorado Springs is a pretty great place. Turns out, we’re not the only ones. Here are just a few recent accolades, plus some interesting facts and figures.
Downtown Colorado Springs is experiencing a residential boom. What’s the draw? Let these residents tell you—then take a tour of their homes.