Housing & Our Community
Housing As a Matter of Statewide Concern: Six Points to Consider in Upcoming Statewide Housing Policy Debate
The Long-term Consequences of HB23-1115 and the Impact of Rent Control on Housing Supply: Estimates Indicate Denver Would Lose 17,000 Units by 2030
Spotlight on Crime in Colorado Springs
Spotlight on Crime in Grand Junction
Spotlight on Crime Rates in Denver
Denver Housing Affordability Report
Since 2005, Denver added 162,000 new residents, growing its population by 29%. Over the same period, the average priced home in Denver has increased 138% from $260,600 to $619,500.
Grand Junction Housing Affordability Report
Since 2005, an estimated 11,040 people have moved to Grand Junction. Over the same period, the average priced home has risen 91%, from $206,196 to $394,056, as of December 2022.
Colorado Springs Housing Affordability Report
Since 2005, an estimated 105,000 new residents have come to the city of Colorado Springs. Over the same period, the average priced home has risen 119% from $218,707 to $479,043, as of December 2022.
Voters Approved the Creation of the State’s First Affordable Housing Fund: What’s Next?
FULL REPORT January 2023 Author - Peter LiFari – Common Sense Institute Housing Fellow LiFari is CSI’s Housing Fellow and the CEO of Maiker Housing Partners, a socially conscious public housing authority based in Adams County, Colorado. In his role as CEO, LiFari...