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Denver’s Broe Group buys former Maxtor property in Longmont for $8.6M

Denver’s Broe Group buys former Maxtor property in Longmont for $8.6M

A Denver property developer has purchased the 461,000-square-foot former Maxtor facility in Longmont. The Broe Group paid $8.6 million for the 24-acre campus, one of the largest available office spaces in Boulder County.

Denver’s Broe Group buys former Maxtor property in Longmont for $8.6M

Denver’s Broe Group buys former Maxtor property in Longmont for $8.6M

A Denver property developer has purchased the 461,000-square-foot former Maxtor facility in Longmont. The Broe Group paid $8.6 million for the 24-acre campus, one of the largest available office spaces in Boulder County.

Metro Denver home sales and prices hit new high in 2017; inventory at record low

Metro Denver home sales and prices hit new high in 2017; inventory at record low

Home sales and home prices in metro Denver once again hit record highs in 2017, but the pace of price gains slowed as the market reached a higher altitude, according to the latest Denver Metro Real Estate Market Trends Report.

Metro Denver home sales and prices hit new high in 2017; inventory at record low

Metro Denver home sales and prices hit new high in 2017; inventory at record low

Home sales and home prices in metro Denver once again hit record highs in 2017, but the pace of price gains slowed as the market reached a higher altitude, according to the latest Denver Metro Real Estate Market Trends Report.

Colorado property tax prepayments top $195 million after rush to duck GOP bill’s cap

Colorado property tax prepayments top $195 million after rush to duck GOP bill’s cap

More than $195 million property taxes flowed in to county treasurer’s across Colorado in the waning days of 2017 as taxpayers rushed to duck a new cap on deductions included in the recently passed Republican tax bill, deluging officials with an unprecedented wave of early funds.

Colorado property tax prepayments top $195 million after rush to duck GOP bill’s cap

Colorado property tax prepayments top $195 million after rush to duck GOP bill’s cap

More than $195 million property taxes flowed in to county treasurer’s across Colorado in the waning days of 2017 as taxpayers rushed to duck a new cap on deductions included in the recently passed Republican tax bill, deluging officials with an unprecedented wave of early funds.

Forecast: U.S. economy, stock market and Denver real estate headed for slowdown

Forecast: U.S. economy, stock market and Denver real estate headed for slowdown

The U.S. economy will run strong for two more quarters before peaking this summer and sliding into a mild recession early next year, predicted economist Alan Beaulieu, a specialist in long-term economic cycles.

Forecast: U.S. economy, stock market and Denver real estate headed for slowdown

Forecast: U.S. economy, stock market and Denver real estate headed for slowdown

The U.S. economy will run strong for two more quarters before peaking this summer and sliding into a mild recession early next year, predicted economist Alan Beaulieu, a specialist in long-term economic cycles.

Silicon Valley’s Marketo plants office in Denver to help develop marketing messages people want to hear

Silicon Valley’s Marketo plants office in Denver to help develop marketing messages people want to hear

From one to 200 employees in Denver in one year, martech firm Marketo calls Denver one of its homes for investment because of the “undervalued” talent, says CEO Steve Lucas, a CU Boulder graduates.

98 percent of Breckenridge’s short-term rentals in compliance with town tax rules

98 percent of Breckenridge’s short-term rentals in compliance with town tax rules

Breckenridge has more than 3,500 properties on the short-term rental market. A new survey says almost all of them are complying with town rules and collecting a 3.4 percent lodger’s tax.