Broomfield Real Estate News
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Friday Feb 5 | via Daily Camera
Properties sold at the Boulder County Public Trustee foreclosure auction for Feb. 3, 2016. Comment?
Monday Feb 1 | via LongmontFYI
A woman walks her dog through The Retreat at Flatirons apartment complex in December. Comment?
Saturday Jan 30 | via Daily Camera
Pascale Heber walks her dogs with daughter Layla Stern, 2, on her back, along Twin Lakes Road, near the proposed affordable housing site in the background. Founded over 40 years ago to serve the unmet housing needs of Boulder County residents, the Boulder County Housing Authority is working hard to address the affordable housing crisis in our communities. Comment?
Tuesday Jan 26 | via LongmontFYI
Metro Denver apartment rents leveled off and vacancies rose sharply between the third and fourth quarters after a surge in new supply left more landlords scrambling to fill their units, according to a quarterly update from the Apartment Association of Metro Denver. Comment?
Friday Jan 22 | via Daily Camera
Properties sold at the Boulder County Public Trustee foreclosure auction for Jan. 20, 2016. Comment?
Saturday Jan 30 | via Denver Post
Citywide Banks has made an investment in Englewood Mortgage Company , a firm based in Greenwood Village that specializes in residential mortgages. Drew Aliperto, the western area vice president for the U.S. Postal Service , has announced his plans to retire in March. Comment?
Thursday Jan 28 | via Fort Morgan Times
This tax season, Morgan Community College will partner with the Denver-based Piton Foundation to help families become more financially secure by providing free tax preparation assistance through the Tax Help Colorado program, according to a news release. Beginning Tuesday, Feb. 2, IRS-certified MCC students will prepare and e-file tax returns free of charge for individuals with household incomes of less than about $53,000 a year. Comment?
Thursday Jan 28 | via The Boulder County Business Report
Not only did we see Northern Colorado's housing market boom throughout 2015, indications tell us that these upward trends will likely continue for years to come. Over the past four decades, average home price appreciation has settled around 5 percent annually. Comment?
Monday Jan 25 | via ReporterHerald.com
The Prairie Star development on South Taft Avenue, seen here Jan. 6, is one of a number of new neighborhoods being built in the Loveland area. Comment?
Saturday Jan 23 | via Greeley Tribune
Despite coming out of 2015 with the highest median home sale prices in Greeley/Evans history, the local area still has one of the lowest price tags on homes in all of northern Colorado. Greeley/Evans residential homes went for an average of $220,000 in 2015, compared to Fort Collins' $325,000 and Boulder's $795,000, according to Information Real Estate Services. Comment?
Monday Feb 8 | via CKNW News Talk 980
The controversial real estate technique was uncovered in a bombshell Globe and Mail investigation this weekend, and has renewed the debate over what's driving housing prices in Vancouver. It allows realtors and investors to flip a property multiple times before a sale is even complete, jacking up the price along the way. Comment?
Monday Feb 8 | via AmericanBankingNews.com
According to Zacks, "Blackstone Mortgage Trust, Inc. is a real estate investment trust. It operates as a real estate finance and investment management company. Comment?
Monday Feb 8 | via AmericanBankingNews.com
According to Zacks, "Bankinter is in the financial services industry. They are a banking entity subject to the supervision of the Bank of Spain and the Spanish National Securities Market Commission. Comment?
Monday Feb 8 | via Seeking Alpha
Two Harbors Investment's stock is down ~26% over the last year as income investors turned their backs on the mortgage investment sector. Two Harbors retains potential to grow servicing income, though, and has a history of earning excess returns compared to the Pine River Mortgage REIT Index. Comment?
Monday Feb 8 | via The Globe and Mail
Vancouver MLA David Eby called for an independent inquiry Sunday. He credits The Globe investigation for pushing the government into doing something concrete about Vancouver's real estate woes. Comment?
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