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Lenders and developers turn cautious on metro Denver over costs, worker shortages

Lenders and developers turn cautious on metro Denver over costs, worker shortages

Metro Denver’s real estate boom may still have room to run, but developers  behind several high-profile projects in the region said they are turning cautious.

Lenders and developers turn cautious on metro Denver over costs, worker shortages

Lenders and developers turn cautious on metro Denver over costs, worker shortages

Metro Denver’s real estate boom may still have room to run, but developers  behind several high-profile projects in the region said they are turning cautious.

Lenders and developers turn cautious on metro Denver over costs, worker shortages

Lenders and developers turn cautious on metro Denver over costs, worker shortages

Metro Denver’s real estate boom may still have room to run, but developers  behind several high-profile projects in the region said they are turning cautious.

Lenders and developers turn cautious on metro Denver over costs, worker shortages

Lenders and developers turn cautious on metro Denver over costs, worker shortages

Metro Denver’s real estate boom may still have room to run, but developers  behind several high-profile projects in the region said they are turning cautious.

Centennial’s new gigabit internet service that’s not Comcast breaks ground next week

Centennial’s new gigabit internet service that’s not Comcast breaks ground next week

Ting Internet has been working with the city of Centennial for more than a year to study whether the community was a good place to offer gigabit internet service. The city is among more than 100 that opted out of a state law preventing municipalities from offering internet service.

New A&E show details income potential behind short-term vacation rentals

New A&E show details income potential behind short-term vacation rentals

A new television series called “Vacation Rental Potential,” a partnership between short-term rental titan HomeAway and Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment airing on the A&E Network, focuses on renting vacation homes. The second episode focuses on a Breckenridge homeowner.

700 homes in 5 years: Metro Denver homeownership initiative has raised $24 million to help low-income families

700 homes in 5 years: Metro Denver homeownership initiative has raised $24 million to help low-income families

By forming the Elevation Community Land Trust to make homeownership more affordable for more people, its backers aim to create the largest community land trust in Colorado.

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.