The Denver Office of Economic Development has issued award letters to 34 organizations slated to receive federal grant funding in 2013. 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 estate for 26 years. He has won numerous…
$1 billion-plus in luxury home sales are in the cards.
“Demand is strong enough to the point that even in markets where unemployment is still above eight percent, as in Pueblo and Colorado Springs, landlords were still able raise rents,” Ryan McMaken
“Some of the decline in the sales is the natural echo of the big decline we saw in filings last year, but I think it’s also being sustained by an ongoing effort by lenders to push short sales and distressed sales more often as a way of avoiding final foreclosure,” Ryan McMaken.
The staff alleged that Zimmerman engaged in at least 34 of these real estate investments/transactions without being licensed as a mortgage broker-dealer with the division as required, and therefore in violation of the act.
“The Clear Creek Transit is an excellent example of current TOD planning and design that will benefit Adams County, improve property values in an underperforming area, and provide a nexus of smart planned growth for the region as part of the RTD Gold Line.”
“These associations truly serve as a model for other communities,” Terry Jarrett,
“Demolition puts redevelopment on a fast track, providing developers with a clean slate to implement market-tested and financially sustainable concepts,” Brian McBroom.
“Denver continues to be a great market for home sales and activity,” Kirby Slunaker.
“As home sales and home prices, rise, it’s getting a little easier to avoid that final foreclosure sale through a short sale or even a conventional sale,” Ryan McMaken.