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Christie Mackey’s two-bedroom apartment at Galley Manor is a nice place. There’s glimmering new tile in the dining room and kitchen, tile countertops, new carpet, six-panel doors, fresh paint and new energy-efficient windows. “Oh man,” she said. “Everything you see is new. There was not a lot of TLC here, for sure.” Mackey is both… Continue Reading Apartments offer work, profit during down economy

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Apartments push home construction up in January

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Home construction rose at the fastest rate in 20 months, pushed up by a spike in apartment building. But construction of single-family homes declined, a sign that demand for housing remains weak. Builders broke ground on new homes and apartments at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 596,000 units, a 14.6 percent jump from December.… Continue Reading Apartments push home construction up in January

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Apartment market at tipping point

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It has been a renter’s market in Colorado Springs for most of the last decade, but that’s about to change. Demand for apartments and rental homes is up because homeowners whose houses have been foreclosed upon are renting now, and builders are holding off on constructing apartment complexes until the economy strengthens. Rental vacancy rates… Continue Reading Apartment market at tipping point

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Springs’ apartment vacancies at 8-year low

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Apartment vacancy rates in the Colorado Springs area fell to 6.9 percent during the first quarter of 2010, the lowest vacancy rate reported since 2001. The city’s overall vacancies were down from first and fourth quarters 2009, according to a report released today by the Apartment Association of Southern Colorado and the Colorado Department of Local… Continue Reading Springs’ apartment vacancies at 8-year low

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As a result of lower vacancies and stable rents, some cash-rich investors are beginning to take a closer look at the Colorado Springs market — but most are doing plenty of due diligence before signing contracts to purchase. Apartment sales have slowed to a crawl so far this year. The 200-unit Broadmoor Ridge community at… Continue Reading Apartment gains could spur investor interest

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While U.S. apartment vacancies rose to their highest level in 22 years, Pikes Peak region apartments were filling rapidly.
The Springs’ overall vacancy rate dropped to 8.47 percent during the second quarter for complexes of 50 units or more. That was down from 9.9 percent during the prior quarter. Continue Reading Local multifamily listed among the nation’s best

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