Unprecedented Corporate Volunteer Program Launched by Multi-Family Leaders
DENVER , Oct. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Simpson Housing LLLP, Apartments.com and Sherwin-Williams have announced a national charitable volunteerism initiative this month, through a new program called, "Simpson's YOU Make The Difference."
Cutting taxes and red tape fuels competition
Gov. Bill Ritter's plan to cut taxes and reduce red tape could be just the jumpstart needed to ensure Colorado remains in a competitive business environment.
SB 51 spurs green real estate development
With the High Performance Building Act (S.B. 51) in effect as of September 1, 2007, the Alliance for Sustainable Colorado today applauded the leadership by state government in spurring green real estate development in the public and private sectors, and further propelling Colorado's burgeoning sustainable economy.
Housing Organizations Receive $400,000 in Grants from the Colorado Association of REALTORS(R) Housing Opportunity...
The Colorado Association of REALTORS(R) Housing Opportunity Foundation (CARHOF) has announced that 80 Colorado non-profit housing organizations who provide affordable housing programs statewide will receive grants totaling $485,124.65. The funds will go to support both programmatic and operating costs.
Colorado Business Bank starts real estate group
Colorado Business Bank is forming a Real Estate Capital Markets Group, the company reported Tuesday. Craig Poulter, executive vice president, and Kathy Thurston, senior vice president, will lead the new group, which will coordinate the bank's approach to real estate and construction financing.
Three Colorado counties tops in bank-owned homes
Weld County continues to appear on a list of the nation's top 10 counties for foreclosures per capita so far this year, but another Colorado county has taken the top spot.
Another banner year for real estate
ASPEN — The residential real estate market from Aspen to Parachute far outpaced last year's record performance during the first half of 2007.
Best Residential Real Estate Company
Whether in a hot air balloon race or on a readers’ choice ballot, Re/Max Properties rises above the rest in residential real estate. Re/Max was started in 1973 by Dave and Gail Liniger, who wanted to change the way real estate business was done. More than 30 years later, Re/Max is globally recognized with offices in more than 50 countries and more than 100,000 agents worldwide.
City offers tax break to attract Frontier Airlines
Colorado Springs officials are using tax breaks to draw a Frontier Airlines maintenance facility to the local airport, where SkyWest Airlines recently opened a $20 million maintenance hangar for its planes.
Real estate guru to head CSU center
Colorado State University has landed an internationally known consultant to act as director of the Everitt Real Estate Center at the university's College of Business.School officials today announced the appointment of Steven P. Laposa, currently director of the Global Strategic Real Estate Research group at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Flat real estate market “not terrible”
An economist says Colorado is faring better than much of the U.S., where prices rose up to 102% over the past five years.
Growth spurs push in industrial real estate market
The Denver area's industrial market includes warehouses/distribution centers and flex space, which is a combination of warehouse and office space. Most of the new industrial construction is located along Interstate 70, particularly between Interstate 225 and the E-470 tollway.
Colorado Real Estate’s Digital Evolution
Colorado real estate company, Real-a-Save, announces 100% of contracts to use digital signatures. Real-a-Save can be found at http://www.realasave.com Real-a-Save, a Colorado based real estate...
Springs complex purchased
New Jersey real estate investment firm has bought one of the city’s newest apartment complexes as part of a plan to boost its investment...