Tagged: Real Estate

Opponents of Denver Green Roof Initiative widen fundraising advantage to nearly 12-to-1

Opponents of Denver Green Roof Initiative widen fundraising advantage to nearly 12-to-1

The biggest David vs. Goliath battle on the eve of Election Day — at least when it comes to fundraising — remains the fight over the grassroots Denver Green Roof Initiative.

Effort to limit new home building still kicking in Lakewood as metro area housing shortage persists

Effort to limit new home building still kicking in Lakewood as metro area housing shortage persists

An effort to limit the amount of new home construction in Lakewood is still alive despite multiple legal challenges to the proposed measure at the city level and now in district court.

Effort to limit new home building still kicking in Lakewood as metro area housing shortage persists

Effort to limit new home building still kicking in Lakewood as metro area housing shortage persists

An effort to limit the amount of new home construction in Lakewood is still alive despite multiple legal challenges to the proposed measure at the city level and now in district court.

How many families actually own half-million dollar homes?

How many families actually own half-million dollar homes?

Of the many changes to the U.S. tax code proposed in House Republicans’ plan released this week, few are proving to be as contentious as the cut to the mortgage interest deduction (MID).

How many families actually own half-million dollar homes?

How many families actually own half-million dollar homes?

Of the many changes to the U.S. tax code proposed in House Republicans’ plan released this week, few are proving to be as contentious as the cut to the mortgage interest deduction (MID).

Metro Denver chasing 80 other corporate prospects besides Amazon

Metro Denver chasing 80 other corporate prospects besides Amazon

Metro Denver economic development officials are keeping their fingers crossed on their Amazon campus proposal, but also say they have gained valuable insights in putting it together.

Re/Max investigates loan by CEO Liniger, delays earnings release

Re/Max investigates loan by CEO Liniger, delays earnings release

An undisclosed $2.36 million loan from company founder David Liniger to his co-CEO Adam Contos is among the actions that has prompted an internal investigation at Re/Max and frozen the release of the company’s latest earnings report.

Denver home inventory takes a scary dip in October

Denver home inventory takes a scary dip in October

Metro Denver home sales dropped in October, but home prices rose and the inventory of available homes and condos for sale hit a record low, according to the Denver Metro Association of Realtors.

Homebuilders gloomy, asset managers relieved over tax plan

Homebuilders gloomy, asset managers relieved over tax plan

Proposed changes in the GOP tax plan could affect homeowners in more expensive neighborhoods and car buyers interested in electric vehicles.

Republican tax plan to lower cap on mortgage interest deduction to $500,000 loans

Republican tax plan to lower cap on mortgage interest deduction to $500,000 loans

House Republican leaders on Thursday proposed legislation that would overhaul the U.S. tax code and jettison numerous tax breaks that Americans and businesses have used for years to limit their taxable income.