“I think that people eventually will see what we are doing is good for the neighborhood and good for the home owners around it,” Jeff Plous.
The fragile stability achieved in many local housing markets hinges on improvements in the underlying economy, specifically job growth,” James J. Saccacio.
One alleged victim in this alleged foreclosure scheme is a quadriplegic in Jefferson County.
At 10 a.m. on Thursday, I will be moderating a panel of top real estate journalists for a trade group, SABEW, or Society of American Business Editors and Writers. John RebchookJohn Rebchook has more than 30 years of experience in writing and communications. As the Real Estate Editor for the Rocky Mountain News, he wrote about residential and commercial real…
New director will help CHFA in its mission of providing affordable housing and economic development financing.
“I think most of the sales we are seeing at the upper-end are blood sales. They smell blood.”
“Traffic through homes is a leading indicator and one we are following closely,” Peter Niederman.
“Increases in the local troop population have clearly been a factor, but we’re also seeing the impacts of very little new production in multifamily housing in recent years,” Gordon Von Stroh.
‘I didn’t know it was his house and I didn’t care,” Greg Geller, about buying Andrew Romanoff’s house.