BOULDER, Colo, (KDVR) — A combination of location and Colorado’s high housing costs puts the Marshall Fire into the conversation about the most expensive fires in United States history.

Officials have confirmed that the Marshall Fire fire destroyed 991 structures and damaged at least 100 more. Most of the destroyed homes were near wildland.

The fire damaged or destroyed between $819 million and $1.6 billion worth of homes alone, not including the valuations of the businesses, according to KDVR Data Desk neighborhood by neighborhood analysis of Zillow home market value estimates.This puts the Marshall Fire near the top of the list […]

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