“We are slowly returning to a “normal” market,” Lane Hornung.
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“This is truly an infill project,” Christopher Davis.
“Set aside some money to be a real estate agent,” Dan Polimino.
“We’re very pleased with our progress to-date,” David Steel.
“We are slowly trending back to a “no drama” market.”
“Colorado has the chance of being the most innovative state in the country,” Ken Lund.
“Properties were illegally acquired, money was stolen, credit histories ruined, and houses ended up in foreclosure,” John Suthers.
“Sales continue to be good year over year,” Chris Mygatt.
“I think we can be proud that our state and counties have been so responsible,” Jolon Ruch.