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Hornung on fixing broken real estate system

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Highlights: Lane Hornung’s monthly Q&A. Hornung recently was on a national NAR panel. Hornung deals with fixing a broken real estate system. “Real estate is broken and we are fixing it.” That is the message that Lane Hornung delivered to an overflow audience attending the recent National Association of Realtors convention in San Francisco. John RebchookJohn Rebchook has more than…

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Buchanan wins ethics case

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“There is also no evidence that Mr. Buchanan took direct advantage, unavailable to others, relating to this project due to his Planning Board membership.”

Mayfair Center renovation on tap

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Highlights: Key retail center in Mayfair being redeveloped. Chair Five Equities owns Mayfair Center at 14th and Krameria. One new tenant already is on board.   A Denver developer plans to invest $2.25 million to  restore a key retail center in the heart of Mayfair to its former glory. John RebchookJohn Rebchook has more than 30 years of experience in…

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Kentwood offers world-wide perk

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“We also want our agents to lead a balanced life,” Peter Niederman.

Polimino: Holiday home shopping

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Highlights: A guest column by Dan Polimino. Should you wait to buy? Holidays are a good time to be shopping for a home. By Dan Polimino Special to InsideRealEstateNews.com Some buyers were thinking about purchasing a home and wanted to know if they should buy and close in December or in January. John RebchookJohn Rebchook has more than 30 years…

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Nine indicted for fraud

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“It is unconscionable that this group would target financially distressed and vulnerable homeowners,” John Suthers.

RE/MAX CEO bullish on housing

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Highlights: RE/MAX execs hold first public Q&A with Wall Street. CEO Margaret Kelly and COO/CFO David Metzger answered questions. RE/MAX’s stock closed up more than 5% on Friday.   Margaret Kelly, CEO of Denver-based RE/MAX, is bullish on housing. John RebchookJohn Rebchook has more than 30 years of experience in writing and communications. As the Real Estate Editor for the…

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Coldwell Banker: 27% jump in luxury sales

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“The Denver metro area’s luxury market remains quick healthy,” Chris Mygatt

Premiere properties hot

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Highlights: Gary Bauer releases Premiere Properties report. Premiere Properties are priced from $500,000 to $749,999. Move-up buyers to empty nesters searching in this price range. Buyers paid $178.6 million for 303 Denver-area homes and condos priced from $500,000 to $749,998 in October,  according to an analysis of Metrolist data by independent broker  Gary Bauer. John RebchookJohn Rebchook has more than…

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Foreclosures fall 46%

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“This foreclosure cycle has largely wound down,” Ryan McMaken.

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