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Denver home sales and prices drop in July, putting area brokers on alert

Denver home sales and prices drop in July, putting area brokers on alert

A drop in home sales and average home prices between June and July has raised concerns that the metro Denver housing market may be topping out.

Congress revamps housing program to benefit areas where HIV is spreading

Congress revamps housing program to benefit areas where HIV is spreading

In a bipartisan push, Congress has restructured a federal program that provides housing assistance for people living with HIV to funnel more money into areas struggling to control the outbreak.

Congress revamps housing program to benefit areas where HIV is spreading

Congress revamps housing program to benefit areas where HIV is spreading

In a bipartisan push, Congress has restructured a federal program that provides housing assistance for people living with HIV to funnel more money into areas struggling to control the outbreak.

FEMA approves grants for Colorado Springs landslide victims

FEMA approves grants for Colorado Springs landslide victims

he Federal Emergency Management Agency has awarded $5.9 million to the city to acquire Colorado Springs houses demolished or severely damaged by landslides caused by record rains in 2015.

Denverites define $2 million as the entryway to wealth, lower than national mark

Denverites define $2 million as the entryway to wealth, lower than national mark

Nationally, the “financially comfortable” mark was $1.1 million and the wealthy mark was $2.4 million, according to a online survey of 1,000 people. In metro Denver, financially comfortable was defined as $541,700 and wealthy as $2 million, according to a survey of 500 people sponsored by Charles Schwab.

Judge stalls potential sale of 59-acre federal property in Lakewood

Judge stalls potential sale of 59-acre federal property in Lakewood

A U.S. District Court judge issued a ruling this week that the federal government temporarily refrain from selling a 59-acre property at the Federal Center in Lakewood.

Denver’s apartment-building frenzy nears end – slowdown predicted in 2018

Denver’s apartment-building frenzy nears end – slowdown predicted in 2018

Denver no longer has the demand for more luxury apartments. The report also notes a cultural shift: Millennials are starting to move out of rentals in or near downtown to purchase property farther from the city center.

Denver’s apartment-building frenzy nears end – slowdown predicted in 2018

Denver’s apartment-building frenzy nears end – slowdown predicted in 2018

Denver no longer has the demand for more luxury apartments. The report also notes a cultural shift: Millennials are starting to move out of rentals in or near downtown to purchase property farther from the city center.

Garfield commissioners reject Ursa offer of mediation

Garfield commissioners reject Ursa offer of mediation

The Garfield County Board of Commissioners rejected an offer by Ursa Operating Co. to engage in mediation regarding the location of a well pad within the Battlement Mesa residential boundaries.

Chipotle could join Denver affordable housing program that aims to buy down rents on 400 apartments

Chipotle could join Denver affordable housing program that aims to buy down rents on 400 apartments

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock said Tuesday that Chipotle Mexican Grill was among the first partners to sign up for a pilot affordable housing program that aims to buy down rents on up to 400 market-rate apartments.