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How to avoid debt and bankruptcy in the Denver area

The Denver metropolitan area is experiencing a new wave of urban debt as more people move to the Denver metro area.

That means that a growing number of homeowners are facing the same issues they did during the recession, but with less cash available to help them pay off their mortgage.

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(AP) Denver is experiencing an urban debt boom, according to a new report by NerdWallet.

NerdWallet, a credit-scoring company, said the city has the third highest ratio of people with debt in the country.

The Denver metro is home to over 10 million people, and NerdWallet says the number of people in the area with debt increased by about 7.7% in the past year. 

That means the city is experiencing another wave of people struggling to pay off a home loan or mortgage, according the report. 

There are a lot of people who are trying to make it work financially, said Nick Moulds, chief economist for NerdWallet in a press release. 

“The average household owes $1,400 on average, but they’ve taken out about $1.4 million in mortgages,” Mouldes said.

“That’s a lot, and it’s going to make a big difference in how many people can afford to pay it off.”

The report also found that the metro area is one of the most expensive places in the nation to live.

The average home price in Denver is $1 million, according data from Zillow, and the median home value is $2.9 million. 

In fact, home prices in Denver increased more than 13% in 2018 over the year before, according to the Zillower.

The median home price also jumped 10.2% from a year earlier. 

But even with all that growth, Denver is still not cheap to live in. 

The median home rent in Denver has jumped by nearly 25% since the beginning of the year, and there are still prices that make it a difficult deal.

For example, the median price for a one-bedroom apartment in the city was $1.,500 in May, according Zillows data.

That’s up from a month earlier, when the median rent for that type of apartment was $900. 

It’s also a tough situation for many people in Denver.

According to NerdWallet’s data, one- and two-bedroom homes have grown nearly 7% over the past six months. 

And that’s not including the value of the median-priced home, which has increased by 6.6% over that same time period.

The numbers don’t get any better for renters. 

A person in Denver can’t afford a one bedroom apartment that’s worth more than $2,500, but that number will go up when the city’s median home sale price rises by more than 12% to $3,000, according Nerds report.

That could mean a lot more people are struggling to afford their homes, which could mean fewer opportunities for people to purchase.

In other words, if you’re trying to pay your mortgage or make your rent payments on time, you might want to consider moving to Denver, as NerdWallet suggests.