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Friday | via Denver Post
Bullet casings and evidence markers could be seen in the street after a triple shooting in Aurora early July 31, 2015. Your daily resource for late-breaking news, upcoming events, the Denver weather forecast , Denver traffic information , and the stories that will be talked about on Friday, July 31, 2015. Comment?
Jun 3, 2015 | via MLive.com
That situation makes Ann Arbor one of the strongest real estate markets in the country, according to a list released Wednesday by financial website, credit.com. Ann Arbor was the ninth strongest market in the country for the month of May, according to the top-20 hottest real estate markets list. Comment?
May 5, 2015 | via Business Journal
The average sales price for a single-family detached home in metro Denver climbed to $402,302 in April, according to the latest data from multiple listing service REcolorado. Average detached home prices in the area have never topped $400,000 before, according to REcolorado. Comment?
May 2, 2015 | via Denver Post
Homeowners across the northern Front Range can expect sticker shock when they see the big jump in property values that county assessors are now informing them of. The valuation notices, however, don't answer how much property taxes will bite until a complex set of discussions and calculations take place over the next several months, resulting in final tax bills out in January. Comment?
Apr 10, 2015 | via Denver Post
Area renters in a desperate hunt to find an affordable place to live continued to push up Aurora apartment rents at the fastest pace of any major U.S. city, according to a report Friday from Apartment List. Rents for two-bedroom apartments listed in Aurora were 13.8 percent higher in March than the same month a year earlier, while one-bedroom rents were up 12.9 percent, according to the rent survey, which is based on hundreds of thousands of listings. Comment?
Monday Jul 27 | via The Grand Junction Sentinel
Those of us not in the water business tend to think of Colorado's water future in terms of deliverability - as in, is there enough water in our rivers and streams to satisfy downstream obligations and end users like cities and agriculture? But as the state's water plan goes through a fine-tuning process, even the layperson is getting a clearer sense of the intricacies involved. Rivers are not pipelines. Comment?
Monday Jul 20 | via Government Computer News
The Colorado Division of Real Estate has made it easier for real estate industry professionals to handle applications, accounts and licenses online with the launch of eLicense, a web-based license management tool. The eLicense system will allow the state's 55,000 licensed real estate personnel to easily stay in compliance, with the ability to submit applications online, update accounts, renew or reinstate their license and print licenses when needed, according to Colorado's Division of Real Estate. Comment?
Saturday Jul 18 | via Denver Post
A few years ago, ski towns wrestled with finding and taxing short-term vacation rentals . Today, the impacts of the wildly popular lodging option has grown beyond tax compliance as resort communities grapple with how these properties might be pinching the local rental housing supply and changing neighborhoods. Comment?
Monday Jul 13 | via The Grand Junction Sentinel
For the second year in a row, state auditors said the Colorado Public Employees' Retirement Association was doing a good job. The audit, presented to the Legislative Audit Committee on Monday, said the state's largest public employee retirement system, which serves more than 512,000 active government workers and retirees, had "no significant deficiencies or material weakness." Comment?
Friday Jul 10 | via Inman News
If you want to get your Colorado mortgage loan originator license, there's a whole lot of information available online about how to do it. However, for me at least, the steps to take weren't fine-grained enough, and I had to dig for information to figure out all the little details. Comment?
18 min ago | via New York Post
Dear John: Why do you just assume that the US economy must grow at more than 2.5 percent per year? Why must it grow at all? R.B. Dear R.B.: Oh, you are mistaken. I don't assume that the US economy is going to grow at 2.5 percent. Comment?
26 min ago | via KNDO
No doubt about it, a newly constructed home has tremendous appeal. Everything is fresh and clean, just waiting for you and your family to move in, and the finishes and fixtures are exactly what you want. Comment?
40 min ago | via Inside Bay Area
Bay Area residents face high housing costs, driven by low supply that is inadequate to meet demand. California's nonpartisan Legislative Analyst recently reported on high housing costs in California. Comment?
1 hr ago | via KVII-TV Amarillo
"We'd like to see it go back to the way it was, it was a great happy home for a while and now it's pretty chaotic," Probst said. He said the playa lake overflows behind his house are to blame, but he's tried everything he can do to not give up on his beloved home. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Dallas Morning News
After seeking help and working for weeks with a volunteer financial planner, the Greenways are now feeling more confident, although work remains. "There's a light at the end of the tunnel," said Lisa Greenway, 39. The Greenways have a lot going their way. Comment?
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