If you added up the value of all of Denver's housing stock, it would total more than $400 billion.
That's according to online real estate company Zillow, which estimated the total value of Denver's housing stock at $405.4. billion, which is up 6.1 percent over last year.
But that's less than the national average gain, said Zillow, which reported that the nation's total housing stock value has risen to $31.8 trillion, up 6.5 percent from a year earlier.
Nationally, the Los Angeles area leads with a housing stock value of $2.7 trillion, followed by the New York area at $2.6 trillion. Of the nation's 35 largest markets, Columbus, Ohio saw the largest percentage gain, gaining 15.1 percent.
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