Tagged: Banking

Xero claims top floor of new Circa Building on Platte Street in Denver

Xero claims top floor of new Circa Building on Platte Street in Denver

Xero looked at its growth plans and realized it will outgrow its existing office in the Denver Tech Center next year. So it’s moving to new digs on Platte Street in mid 2018.

Englewood’s “spaceship” bank is 50, a milestone that comes at an opportune time for historic preservation proponents

Englewood’s “spaceship” bank is 50, a milestone that comes at an opportune time for historic preservation proponents

The egg. The spaceship. Whatever you call it, Community Banks of Colorado branch in Engelwood, designed by architect Charles Deaton, is an eye-catcher. And it’s 50 this year.

Program offers $15,000 in down payment grants to wannabe homebuyers in 5 metro Denver counties

Program offers $15,000 in down payment grants to wannabe homebuyers in 5 metro Denver counties

More than 200 families and community service providers struggling to buy a home around the Denver metro area can qualify for a down payment grant through a Wells Fargo assistance program that’s making its second round in Colorado this year

Kitchen contractor convicted after trying to deposit two phony $5 million checks

Kitchen contractor convicted after trying to deposit two phony $5 million checks

Kitchen contractor Herman Hinojosa was convicted on eight charges of theft, forgery and check fraud after he deposited a fake $5 million check at a credit union in Rifle.

The Spanish conglomerate that wants to lead DIA’s $1.8 billion terminal project faces flak over refugee camps and bribery case

The Spanish conglomerate that wants to lead DIA’s $1.8 billion terminal project faces flak over refugee camps and bribery case

Ferrovial, aiming to win a $1.8 billion contract to renovate and manage parts of Denver International Airport, has wide-ranging businesses and projects in 15 countries but has also attracted controversy along the way.

A look at Ferrovial, the Spanish conglomerate that wants to lead DIA’s $1.8 billion, 34-year terminal project

A look at Ferrovial, the Spanish conglomerate that wants to lead DIA’s $1.8 billion, 34-year terminal project

Ferrovial, aiming to win a $1.8 billion contract to renovate and manage parts of Denver International Airport, has wide-ranging businesses and projects in 15 countries but has also attracted controversy along the way.

Former Colorado mortgage board chairman accused of stealing test questions for his employer

Former Colorado mortgage board chairman accused of stealing test questions for his employer

A former gubernatorial appointee who oversaw the state board that regulates Colorado’s mortgage loan originators for years allegedly stole test questions used by the national agency that certifies that profession, then repurposed them at a company where he helped people pass the exam, according to a federal lawsuit.

Should you pay off your mortgage prior to retirement?

Should you pay off your mortgage prior to retirement?

Many people who are preparing for retirement wonder if they should pay off their mortgage.  In an ideal world, you should. But for those whose finances aren’t ideal, it may not make sense. Denver Post columnist Charlie Farrell looks at both sides of this strategy.

Should you pay off your mortgage prior to retirement?

Should you pay off your mortgage prior to retirement?

Many people who are preparing for retirement wonder if they should pay off their mortgage.  In an ideal world, you should. But for those whose finances aren’t ideal, it may not make sense. Denver Post columnist Charlie Farrell looks at both sides of this strategy.

TIAA to open street-level space as part of Denver skyscraper renovation

TIAA to open street-level space as part of Denver skyscraper renovation

Long a fixture of Denver’s city skyline, TIAA will soon have a presence at street level, too.