Thornton Real Estate News
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Sunday Aug 7 | via Greeley Tribune
A Drain standing water around your home every week. Remember to drain water from tires, toys and anything else that can hold the standing water that mosquitoes use to breed. Comment?
Jul 1, 2016 | via Denver Post
Metro Denver continues to see home-price gains running at or near double-digit rates, but three separate surveys indicate apartment rents have downshifted into a more sustainable rate. As of May, apartment rents are up 3.4 percent over the past year and 0.3 percent between May and June, according to Apartment List , a San Francisco-based website. Comment?
Jun 24, 2016 | via Greeley Tribune
We get it. Median home prices in Weld County jumped from $248,250 in April to $260,000 in May. So, in one month, home prices jumped $12,000. Comment?
Jun 23, 2016 | via The Boulder County Business Report
Northern Colorado's energy economy has taken its fair share of hits in the past year. Low commodity prices have prompted layoffs at energy companies along the Front Range, with Weld County particularly hard hit. Comment?
Jun 18, 2016 | via Greeley Tribune
Weld County housing prices hit another milestone in May as the median sales price for the county shot up over the $250,000 landmark. The median price for a single family detached home has risen from $248,250 in April to $260,000 in May, according to Information and Real Estate Services, or IRES, a real estate statistics tracking service. Comment?
Wednesday | via National Mortgage News
The Colorado Attorney General's Office has settled a lawsuit against a Colorado Springs company and four of its owners and employees requiring them to pay $125,000 for allegedly charging homeowners a fee to get back excess funds from homes that were lost through foreclosure. Comment?
Wednesday | via The Boulder County Business Report
How is the Northern Colorado real-estate market like a grocery store on a weekend night? If you've made that run to the grocer on Sunday night to pick up a few staples to start off the week, you likely know the feeling of staring at shelves that are short on inventory. The store is waiting for the next delivery truck in order to restock. Comment?
Tuesday Aug 16 | via CW2 Colorado KWGN-TV
It's a smart decision to sell your home right now and move up the property ladder. Interest rates are staying low, and home prices will only continue to climb. Comment?
Thursday Aug 11 | via Vail Daily News
Already paying among the highest health care costs in the United States, residents of Colorado's mountain communities are facing another wave of high costs: pharmaceutical drug prices spiraling out of control. In late July, a campaign was launched to draw attention to the huge increases of prices for common drugs - from insulin to treat diabetes to the EpiPen drug used to treat life-threatening food allergies. Comment?
Tuesday Aug 2 | via The Grand Junction Sentinel
Bray Real Estate Bray Commercial and Bray Property Management were voted as runners up in Colorado Biz Magazine's Best of Colorado Business Choice Awards 2016. The votes were gathered statewide and voters had to vote in at least 10 of the 70 categories listed. Comment?
8 hrs ago | via Erie Times News
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19 min ago | via The Gleaner
Yes, the federal government owes trillions of dollars more than it did a few years ago. Yes, Americans are still struggling to pay off mortgages and student loans. Comment?
23 min ago | via South China Morning Post
State-run China Resources Land, one of the country's top ten property developers, has posted a strong set of first half figures, thanks to robust home sales, especially in Shenzhen. Core profit, excluding revaluation gains, surged 25 per cent to HK$6.3 billion in the first six months, at the top end of analysts estimates polled by SCMP of HK$ 5.5-6.3 billion yuan. Comment?
36 min ago | via Korea Herald
Bank lending rates on new household loans dropped from a month earlier in July and interest paid by banks on new deposits also fell, central bank data showed Friday. The average interest rate on fresh household loans extended by local banks came to 2.96 percent last month, down 0.10 percentage point from the previous month, according to the Bank of Korea. Comment?
52 min ago | via Goose Creek Gazette
What is the American Dream? Does it even exist anymore? What became of the idea that “you can be anything that you want to be?” These days those words sound unrealistic in a country with over 90 million people out of work. According to Vanity Fair magazine's description, the American Dream “makes us think that our lives are better than our parents, which means that the system works.” It is obvious to all of us that the system is broken and that the American Dream is on life support. Comment?
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