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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.

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.

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.

“I really miss the Colorado I had growing up.” Former Coloradans explain why they left.

“I really miss the Colorado I had growing up.” Former Coloradans explain why they left.

The number of Coloradans leaving the state has risen, and there are some threads in the reasons that people are giving for their departures. “I got frustrated trying to find decent work,” said one. “Driving to the mountains was a nightmare,” voiced another.

School district agrees to sell land for low-income homes in southeast Colorado Springs

School district agrees to sell land for low-income homes in southeast Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs School District 11 has agreed to sell a 22-acre plot of land in the southeast part of the city to help execute a plan to build up to 250 single-family homes for low-income residents.

School district agrees to sell land for low-income homes in southeast Colorado Springs

School district agrees to sell land for low-income homes in southeast Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs School District 11 has agreed to sell a 22-acre plot of land in the southeast part of the city to help execute a plan to build up to 250 single-family homes for low-income residents.