Boulder Real Estate News
Thursday Apr 23 | via Daily Camera
It was refreshing to see Boulder City Council come to the rescue of folks that have invested their savings in a mobile home and were in danger of having their property rights infringed upon when they tried to sell. Now I hope to see them do the same with the rest of us Boulder residents who are facing restrictions and prohibitions on our short term rentals. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 21 | via Daily Camera
Hours before the Boulder City Council was set to vote on an ordinance protecting the right of owners of older mobile homes to sell within the parks where they live, the owner of Vista Village - the target of that ordinance - told the city he will permit those sales voluntarily. "The Boulder Vista Village Mobile Home Park will not enforce any rule, contractual condition or statute that would otherwise allow the park to interfere or prevent the in-park sale of a mobile home that manufactured on or before 1976," owner Harvey Miller wrote in an email to the City Council sent at 4:40 p.m. Tuesday. Comment?
Sunday Apr 19 | via Daily Camera
Info: To read the proposed ordinance on mobile home sales and to see the rest of the agenda, go to http://bit.ly/1FTOLen An ordinance before the Boulder City Council Tuesday would prohibit the owners of mobile home parks from stopping the sale of mobile homes within the park, provided those homes are "safe and sanitary." The ordinance is in direct response to concerns raised by residents of Vista Village Mobile Home Park, 5000 Butte St., who say that owner Harvey Miller has told them that mobile homes built before 1976 must be removed from the park at the time of sale. Comment?
Wednesday Apr 15 | via Daily Camera
Jamestown has completed the first purchase of a property destroyed in the September 2013 flood funded through U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development grant money. Town and county officials said the Jamestown land purchase - a lot where a rental property was destroyed - is the first to be completed post-flood with federal dollars made available through Community Development Block Grant-Disaster Recovery money. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 14 | via Daily Camera
Boulder voters may see an extension of the utility occupation tax, a new tax on short-term vacation rentals and a pay increase for City Council members on their November ballot. There also may be a "head tax" on people who work in the city, a tax long supported by Boulder Mayor Matt Appelbaum and gaining momentum as the city engages in a heated debate over development. Comment?
Yesterday | via Denver Post
Carpenter Manuel Rubio of Van Dyk Construction works on a new home in the Reunion community of Commerce City in February. While real estate is hot in some areas of Colorado, it has cooled in others. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 21 | via Business Journal
Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman announced Tuesday that $1 million collected from the National Mortgage Settlement would go to the Rose Andom Center, a joint effort by community organizations and government agencies to help domestic violence victims. The grant money, given this week in honor of National Crime Victims' Rights week, comes from a $25 billion agreement with the nation's five largest mortgage servicers to address mortgage loan servicing and foreclosure abuses. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 21 | via CW2 Colorado KWGN-TV
If you are looking to sell your home but don't want to spend a fortune in realtor fees, John Vizzi, owner of Colorado Flat Fee Realty , has over 35 years of experience. His understanding of the market and negotiating skills can help sell your home fast and for a flat fee, saving you thousands of dollars. Comment?
Thursday Apr 16 | via Business Journal
Colorado is in the middle of the U.S. pack when it comes to foreclosure filings in March, according to RealtyTrac's monthly foreclosure report. It's not a bad place to be, said Daren Blomquist , vice president at RealtyTrac , an Irvine, California-based private marketer of foreclosure properties. Comment?
Sunday Apr 12 | via ReporterHerald.com
As she has done for the past 35 years, Donna Boone was busy cutting hair at her small but popular beauty shop on Main Street. Comment?
6 min ago | via MLive.com
What officials are having to learn in a hurry is how to deal with the same problems when they hit entire communities all at once -- such as the condemnations and tax foreclosures at three mobile home parks in the space of three weeks. Since April 1, the city has condemned Ambassador East on Webster Road, and Genesee County has foreclosed at Shady Acres on Western Road and the Kirkwood Community on Sunshine Drive. Comment?
6 min ago | via 24dash
A few years ago I faced redundancy. I loved my job but out of the blue the organisation no longer loved me back. Comment?
26 min ago | via The Greenwich Daily Voice
Greenwich's residential real estate activity stayed brisk in virtually every section of town, price point and housing option during an interesting first quarter. According to a quarterly report provided by Houlihan Lawrence, sales fell 7.2 percent in Greenwich compared with the first quarter last year. Comment?
31 min ago | via The Wilton Daily Voice
Single-family home sales jumped 13 percent in Fairfield County for the first quarter, compared with the same time frame last year, according to the first-quarter report from William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty. Days on market declined by 8 percent. Comment?
36 min ago | via The Danbury Daily Voice
Despite dreary weather, first-quarter residential real estate statistics looked encouraging for Fairfield County homeowners, especially in Danbury and Ridgefield, where the number of sales increased. Single-family home sales jumped 13 percent in Fairfield County for the first quarter, compared with the same time frame last year, according to the first-quarter report from William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty. Comment?
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