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Green apartment tower in works


“I think 2020 Lawrence will be one of the greenest high-rise apartment buildings in the country,” David Zucker.

Case-Shiller: Denver No. 9


“Another weak report; weaker than last month,” John Blitzer, on the national housing market.

Short-sale software aimed at Realtors


“Good opportunities move fast, and the information our clients rely on needs to move faster,” Eric Lantz.

Denver’s 14th Street Takes Off


“Today, we are celebrating the most significant groundbreaking since the 16th Street Mall was created in 1982,” Tami Door.

Landmark moves to Ch. 7 Bankruptcy


“This is a major step in returning Landmark to normaly,” Andrew S. Miller.

Loan mods continue drop


“The HAMP program was designed at a time when unemployment was not the problem,” Shannon Peer.

Hornung: A windshield-view of the market


“Using month-to-month under contracts is really the leading indicator,” Lane Hornung.

Foreclosures hit 19-month low


“New filings continue to fall, but the state’s still working through the inventory of foreclosures opened last year,” Ryan McMaken.

Planner tackles “CBD Sprawl”


“we need to have a strategic plan for where private sector development occurs in Downtown,” Ken Schroeppel

Universal Lending adds in New Mexico


Denver-based Universal Lending Corp., which recently expanded into New Mexico, already is expanding its operation there by hiring several seasoned mortgage professionals in its Albququerque and Clovis branches. Together, the new hires have 75 years of combined experience. John RebchookJohn Rebchook has more than 30 years of experience in writing and communications. As the Real Estate Editor for the Rocky…

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