“foreclosure levels remained five to 10 times higher than historic norms in most of those hard-hit markets, where deep faultlines of risk remain and could potentially trigger more waves of foreclosure activity in 2011 and beyond,” James J. Saccacio.
“I am unabashedly telling you this cycle has turned,” Mark Snead.
“The word really needs to get out that there is typically no cost to the home seller when they do short sales,” Stephanie Fix.
“There does not appear to be the potential of a double dip in Denver,” Jack O’Connor.
Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announced today that a Denver jury has convicted John Reinholdt II, 39, for violating the Colorado Organized Crime Control Act. That is a class-two felony. He also was convicted of his role in running a commercial Ponzi scheme using Lafayette-based business entities to defraud commercial lenders from Colorado and Arizona. John RebchookJohn Rebchook has more…
“As vacancy tightens we’ve started to see a few more increases in rents, however, and multifamily owners will undoubtedly now need to push rents in hopes of making up for those years of falling rents,” Gordon Von Stroh.
“The Internet is a great complement to a knowledgeable real estate agent,” Lane Hornung
“By placing a small fee on banks up front, the bill will provide critical resources to foreclosure prevention efforts.” Rep. Angela Williams (D-Denver.)
“Investments in our area’s infrastructure are leading to job growth in emerging energy industries, a cut in energy consumption, and savings to American taxpayers over the long term,” Susan Damour.
The playhouses at DIA, “provides wider exposure to issues surrounding affordable housing and the role that RMC, our featured architects, contractors and others play in meeting the needs of Colorado’s working families,” Larry Christensen.