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Sunday Jul 26 | via Denver Post
Over a 36-month period from September of 2010 to September of 2013, fires and floods ravaged the mountains west of Boulder, wiping out millions of dollars in property value. Some property experts worried that the area would never recover. Comment?
Thursday Jul 23 | via GlobeSt.com
NorthMarq Capital's Denver office has arranged a $59.05 million loan for Colorado Technology Center Portfolio, LLC, a borrowing entity controlled by Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners . The collateral is comprised of seven light industrial buildings totaling 631,135 sq.ft. Comment?
Monday Jul 20 | via Daily Camera
What: Boulder County commissioners will hold a public hearing on the Boulder County Cultural Council's recommendations for awarding $736,963 in Scientific and Cultural Facilities District grants Boulder County is considering nearly $737,000 in awards to various arts, science, culture and history agencies that sought shares of the 2015 round of Scientific and Cultural Facilities District grants. The Longmont Theatre Company and Growing Gardens of Boulder County - two agencies turned down for SCFD funding last year - would return to the groups getting grants, under the Boulder County Cultural Council's package of recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 15 | via Daily Camera
George King is not unlike other basketball players when it comes to shooting the ball. When the Colorado sophomore is able to grip the ball on the seams, he's usually more accurate, he said. Comment?
Friday Jul 10 | via Daily Camera
This week's question: The extraordinary jump in home prices and rents across Boulder and Boulder County during this latest housing recovery -- and this cycle seemingly not yet concluded -- renews a fear many here have had for a long time. Will we "Aspenize?" "Two Bedroom Apartment for Rent - $1500." 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?
1 hr ago | via ABC News
The Property Council says The Store building in Newcastle West is a strategic site for the city, and it hopes the government is strongly considering purchasing it. The building goes on the market today, with real estate agents calling for expressions of interest for the almost 12,000sq/m site. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Sydney Morning Herald
The competition regulator in 2013 won a price fixing case against Flight Centre but lost a similar one against ANZ Bank, confusing the legal community. The loss by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission of separate price-fixing cases against Flight Centre Travel Group and ANZ Banking Group on Friday has helped clarify important legal points for companies that offer services both directly and through agents, according to competition lawyers. Comment?
1 hr ago | via The Telegraph
East Singhbhum police on Sunday have arrested a businessman whom Jamshedpur realtor Ram Sakal Yadav, minutes after he was shot at on Saturday morning, named when he telephoned his wife the last time before his death. Described in business circles as a "true gentleman", Bagbera resident Yadav , one of the steel city's leading realtors with interests in Jharkhand and Odisha, took five-six bullets on Saturday from four bike-borne men in Jubilee Park where he had gone for his routine morning walk. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via Christian Science Monitor
What if you don't have enough money for a full down payment? You could still qualify for a mortgage loan. Sold homes are seen in the southwest area of Portland, Oregon on March 20, 2014. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via The New Zealand Herald
The tide has turned on the economic boom. The slump in dairy prices has once again laid bare the vulnerabilities of a commodity-dominated economy. Comment?
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