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Colorado home-sellers could see a big bill as the result of a lesser-known change in GOP tax proposals

Colorado home-sellers could see a big bill as the result of a lesser-known change in GOP tax proposals

Colorado residents need to be aware of one tax change that could have big implications for them when it comes time to sell — an extension in the time owners must occupy their homes to avoid paying capital gains taxes.

Homelessness rises in Colorado in 2017, but Denver’s count dropped

Homelessness rises in Colorado in 2017, but Denver’s count dropped

Colorado’s homeless population crept up almost 4 percent since the last count in 2016, according to a new report by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Thornton Topgolf project moves a step closer to development at Larkridge Retail Center

Thornton Topgolf project moves a step closer to development at Larkridge Retail Center

A planned Topgolf complex in Thornton took a step forward Tuesday night with city council approval of a resolution looking at a new location in the Larkridge Retail Center.

Thornton Topgolf project moves a step closer to development at Larkridge Retail Center

Thornton Topgolf project moves a step closer to development at Larkridge Retail Center

A planned Topgolf complex in Thornton took a step forward Tuesday night with city council approval of a resolution looking at a new location in the Larkridge Retail Center.

Denver wants artists to live, work in safe spaces and has $300,000 to make it happen

Denver wants artists to live, work in safe spaces and has $300,000 to make it happen

Denver Arts & Venues knows there are artists living and working in unsafe buildings and has $300,000 available to help keep creative collectives safe in their homes.

Affordable housing isn’t just an urban issue in Denver — suburban planners are facing it, too

Affordable housing isn’t just an urban issue in Denver — suburban planners are facing it, too

The redevelopment of the former Westminster Mall has been billed as an opportunity to redefine suburban America. A piece of that renewal attacks a growing problem across the Denver metro area: the scarcity of affordable housing.

Number of homes for sale in Denver in November was a record low for the month

Number of homes for sale in Denver in November was a record low for the month

A thin supply of homes available for sale in November left house hunters hungry, according to an update released Tuesday by the Denver Metro Association of Realtors.

Number of homes for sale in Denver in November was a record low for the month

Number of homes for sale in Denver in November was a record low for the month

A thin supply of homes available for sale in November left house hunters hungry, according to an update released Tuesday by the Denver Metro Association of Realtors.

Hot Home Trend: Bamboo Everything!

Hot Home Trend: Bamboo Everything!

By Melissa Dittmann Tracey, REALTOR® Magazine Bamboo is making its way into more home interiors. From flooring, window treatments to wall accents, furnishings and more, this sustainable material is popping up everywhere. Some designers are making bamboo their go-to material, which RISMedia recently highlighted in the article “4 Reasons Why Bamboo Is Taking Home Décor […]

More Coloradans moving out as population growth brings traffic headaches, higher home prices

More Coloradans moving out as population growth brings traffic headaches, higher home prices

Ten thousand more people left Colorado in 2016 than in 2015 and the outflow last year was nearly 30,000 above the 2010 to 2015 average of 163,368 residents departing for other states, according to the American Community Survey that the U.S. Census Bureau conducts each year.