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Unformatted text preview: n July and August
2011 rose 8.2% compared with 2010. Resale activity year-to-date through September 2011 was
unchanged from 2010. Demographic Demands
The 2010 census reported that Colorado grew by
more than 55,000 households per year during the
previous decade, and the state will average about
35,000 new households per year through 2015.
Yet recent annual activity has added only about
10,500 units. As households delay moves that
would accommodate changing family needs, pentup housing demand will grow. Continued slow
growth in the housing supply will eventually have
to increase to meet deferred demand.
With growth in housing units outstripping growth
in households from 2000 to 2010, there is a possible excess of 90,231 housing units. However, many
Colorado housing units are for seasonal or occasional use, particularly in rural, resort, and center
city urban areas. In fact, of the 10.8% total housing unit vacancy rate, only 4.2% was for-sale and
for-rent units—the balance, 6.6%, was seasonal,
migrant, or other....
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