When looking across this wonderful country, real estate markets and unemployment have been on a rollercoaster ride. The good news is Denver has been fighting back with a flood of renewable energy companies and the relocation of kidney care giant DaVita's (DVA) headquarters to Denver from California in 2009 are expected to create jobs. In fact, about one in 25 employers in the Denver-Aurora-Broomfield area plans to add jobs in the second quarter, according to the most recent Manpower Employment Outlook Survey.
Denver has been ranked the most improved market overall. Prices in the Denver area jumped 5.8 percent during the first quarter, and unemployment dropped slightly, to 7.8 percent in April from 8.3 percent in January. This is great news for everyone, Denver and surrounding areas was one of the first markets to feel the effects of the market crash and I feel we are surviving and starting to rise out of it. For more information about the Denver Market call us at Real Estate Revolution because what makes us different…makes a difference for YOU!