Colorado grew in the past decade and will continue to grow, but at a slower rate. And that will affect how many houses the state needs and how many houses real estate agents will sell.
In her keynote address, Elizabeth Garner, Colorado’s demographer, outlined the state’s population trends as recorded in the 2020 Census and projected what is likely to happen next. She spoke during the Boulder Valley Real Estate Conference on Thursday.
The conference, produced by BizWest, was held at the University of Colorado Stadium Club and was attended by Realtors, developers, contractors, lenders and others connected with the real estate market.
The U.S. experienced its second slowest growth rate, at 7.4% growth, as tracked by the decennial U.S. Census. Colorado experienced a 14.8% growth, which meant in political circles the addition of an eighth…