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Re/Max founder David Liniger violated company’s code of ethics with $2.38M loan to executive, company finds

Re/Max founder David Liniger violated company’s code of ethics with $2.38M loan to executive, company finds

A $2.38 million loan Re/Max founder and former CEO David Liniger provided to the company’s then COO Adam Contos violated the company’s code of ethics because its board of directors was never told about it, according to the results of an internal investigation announced Thursday.

Many lenders are loosening requirements for prospective home buyers

Many lenders are loosening requirements for prospective home buyers

Pushback against overly tight credit after the housing crisis, a shrunken proportion of first-time buyers and worry about affordability as home values rose led to some tweaks to guidelines that could ease financing pressures for home buyers this year.

Many lenders are loosening requirements for prospective home buyers

Many lenders are loosening requirements for prospective home buyers

Pushback against overly tight credit after the housing crisis, a shrunken proportion of first-time buyers and worry about affordability as home values rose led to some tweaks to guidelines that could ease financing pressures for home buyers this year.

Americans for Prosperity pulls back campaign against Colorado county

Americans for Prosperity pulls back campaign against Colorado county

A nonprofit political advocacy group has withdrawn its campaign against a Colorado county’s proposed land-use codes.

Americans for Prosperity pulls back campaign against Colorado county

Americans for Prosperity pulls back campaign against Colorado county

A nonprofit political advocacy group has withdrawn its campaign against a Colorado county’s proposed land-use codes.

Larimer Square owner says he wants to revitalize area but preservationists worry about scale

Larimer Square owner says he wants to revitalize area but preservationists worry about scale

Developers are proposing two new buildings along Larimer between 14th and 15th streets that would utilize space on the block’s existing alleyways, behind the many historic buildings lining Larimer, adding density and bringing new uses to the commercial district that dates back to the 1860s.

Housing shortage pushes metro Denver buyers toward new homes, but builders can’t keep up

Housing shortage pushes metro Denver buyers toward new homes, but builders can’t keep up

Metro Denver’s chronic shortage of existing homes for sale will push more buyers towards new home communities this year. But those buyers won’t find much relief from tight supply and rising prices.

Housing shortage pushes metro Denver buyers toward new homes, but builders can’t keep up

Housing shortage pushes metro Denver buyers toward new homes, but builders can’t keep up

Metro Denver’s chronic shortage of existing homes for sale will push more buyers towards new home communities this year. But those buyers won’t find much relief from tight supply and rising prices.

As Denver-area growth becomes testier, local airports become the latest source of pushback

As Denver-area growth becomes testier, local airports become the latest source of pushback

The latest dispute stemming from metro Denver’s runaway population growth is unfolding this month in Lone Tree, where the city’s long-term plans to double in size are flying straight into the crosshairs of airport and aviation authorities.

As Denver-area growth becomes testier, local airports become the latest source of pushback

As Denver-area growth becomes testier, local airports become the latest source of pushback

The latest dispute stemming from metro Denver’s runaway population growth is unfolding this month in Lone Tree, where the city’s long-term plans to double in size are flying straight into the crosshairs of airport and aviation authorities.