Those looking for a booming real estate market should look no further than Douglas County, Colorado. Located between Denver and Colorado Springs, the area has seen its population grow more than 370 percent between 1990 and 2010.
The large increase in Douglas County residents after 1990 contributed to the booming housing market. 76.7 percent of the single family homes, townhomes, and apartments were built after that year, and the 20-year boom makes Douglas County’s real estate stock the youngest in the United States.
The only other counties in the country to exceed a 70 percent figure of post-1990 real estate stock are Forsyth County and Henry County, both located just outside of Atlanta, Georgia.
For more information about Douglas and other fast-growing counties, visit The Business Journals.
Many areas around Denver are growing faster than other parts of the country. If you are relocating and would like to be a part of this population and housing boom, give me a call at 888-860-1931.
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