Dee Chirafisi and Mary Rae, top brokers at the Kentwood City Properties, are sponsoring The Legacy of Jacques Benedict, an lecture followed by a bus tour of Benedict’s historic buildings on Tuesday and Wednesday, June 8-9, at the Denver Botanic Gardens. The lecture on June 8th will run from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. at 1005 York St. The bus tour…
Homeowners in the Denver metro area could potentially save more than $500 million a year by refinancing, according to an estimate by InsideRealEstateNews.com, if they only were able to take advantage of record-low mortgage rates. Many borrowers cannot. “I have to tell dozens and dozens of borrowers that they don’t qualify,” said Lou Barnes, principal of Boulder West Financial. John…
“Living in a single-family home continues to be popular, but purchasing one isn’t an option for as many households in the current climate,” Gordon Von Stroh
“The economic recovery is still quite fragile, unemployment remains high and we’re still battling macro economic issues here in the U.S. and worldwide with the debt crisis in Europe,’ Chris Mygatt.
Slow and steady wins the housing race.
“The number of new people entering foreclosure in April is clearly down from a year earlier, but the overall trend is pretty flat,” Ryan McMaken.
“We’re not some heartless developers. We love this neighborhood,” Jeff Plous.
The overall statewide apartment rental market showed strength in the first quarter, with the vacancy rate for areas outside of Denver falling to 6.6 percent in the first quarter from 8.5 percent a year earlier, a 22 percent change. (For an earlier report, please visit Colorado rental vacancies fall ) But Colorado’s mountain communities, hammered by a sinister “shadow” market,…
Unemployment and depressed wages are keeping a lid on rising rents, according to Gordon Von Stroh.
“Today, we have a unique opportunity to invest in our future generations,” Mayor John Hickenlooper, regarding plans to sell Cableland.