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World Property Journal pegs Denver as hottest housing market in U.S.

Beating out San Antonio and Nashville, Denver has the nation's hottest housing market, according to World Property Journal.

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Denver's housing market remains among the most robust in the nation, as a booming local economy continues to drive demand. Employment in Denver is currently at a new record peak -- 4.3 percent above its year-ago level -- and its population is rapidly increasing, growing at a pace almost triple the national average. As a result, home prices have been appreciating at a torrid pace since mid-2012, hitting a record high in late 2014 on the heels of a 9.3 percent year-over-year growth. With a bustling local economy producing jobs and a burgeoning population base, housing demand is expected to continue to drive prices up even further over the coming years.

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