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Appraiser’s license suspended

The Colorado Board of Real Estate Appraisers unanimously voted to immediately suspend the appraisal license of Summer Chandler after it was found that she violated the terms of her stipulation for discipline stemming from complaints investigated by the Division of Real Estate in 2011. John RebchookJohn Rebchook has more than 30 years of experience in writing and communications. As the…

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Case-Shiller: Denver in positive territory

“We are well into a housing recovery and many of our hyperlocal neighborhood markets with very little inventory are already hot and seeing price gains,” Lane Hornung.

Lowry approves expansion

“This kind of vibrant mixed-use neighborhood is what makes Denver one of the most innovative and sustainable cities in America,” Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock.

Speer, I-25 getting luxury apartments

“The views of downtown are simply unbelievable,” Lauren Brockman.

Hick to speak at CMLA conference

“In addition to the keynote lunch featuring Gov. Hickenlooper, this year’s expo will include educational programing, networking events, and an expo hall showcasing unique products and services from over one-hundred exhibitors and sponsors.,” Tom Donnegan

Apartment goes solar

We are proud of our investment in renewable energy, which will allow residents the privilege of participating in sustainability,” Eli Feldman.

CHFA shares foreclosure grant

“While new foreclosure filings have declined, there still remains a significant number of Coloradans who need assitance,” Cris White.

Hancock addresses Coldwell conference

There are three buyers for every lower-priced home in the Denver area, but three homes for every buyer of luxury homes, says Chris Mygatt.

Tennyson 7 tour on tap

“You’re walking distance from all of these great restaurants and coffee shops, 10 minutes from downtown and five minutes from I-70,” Jeff Plous.

DURA gets $250,000 grant

The Denver Urban Renewal Authority  recently received  $250,000 from the Denver Office of Strategic Partnerships to support energy efficiency efforts benefiting Denver residents at or below 300 percent of the federal poverty level. Typically, that coincides with 80 percent of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development area median income levels. John RebchookJohn Rebchook has more than 30 years…

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