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Public interest is high, so why is it “not in the public interest” to release details of Colorado’s Amazon bid?

Public interest is high, so why is it “not in the public interest” to release details of Colorado’s Amazon bid?

Public interest is running high over details of Colorado’s bid for a second Amazon headquarters, but officials involved in crafting the proposal, without a hint of irony, say releasing that information is not in the public interest.

Rates Recover as Markets Wind Down For Holiday

Rates Recover as Markets Wind Down For Holiday

After rising to 2-week highs last week, mortgage rates managed to recover to a more central location in their recent range this week. For most top tier scenarios, this means conventional 30yr fixed quotes of 4.0% or slightly lower. We’re heading into a…

Rates Recover as Markets Wind Down For Holiday

Rates Recover as Markets Wind Down For Holiday

After rising to 2-week highs last week, mortgage rates managed to recover to a more central location in their recent range this week. For most top tier scenarios, this means conventional 30yr fixed quotes of 4.0% or slightly lower. We’re heading into a…

Developer of planned Aurora community is rebuffed by drillers as he seeks to move proposed well sites

Developer of planned Aurora community is rebuffed by drillers as he seeks to move proposed well sites

Developers behind the Aurora Highlands are seeking a new drilling plan that would create a bigger buffer between oil and gas development and the homes they want to build. But producers in the area aren’t buying in.

Green RiNo: New project at 28th and Blake to include 20,000-square-foot garden

Green RiNo: New project at 28th and Blake to include 20,000-square-foot garden

Industrial buildings, hip bars and restaurants and street art are some of the first things that come to mind when thinking about Denver’s River North Art District. Come next summer, the trendy urban neighborhood will get a dose of greenery courtesy of a developer involved in some of the area’s marquee projects.

U.S. home construction reaches strongest pace in a year

U.S. home construction reaches strongest pace in a year

Construction of new homes climbed 13.7 percent in October, the biggest jump in a year as builders broke ground on more apartments and single-family houses. But there is still a nationwide shortage of for-sale homes, realtors say.

Projects funded by Colorado tourism program give updates, and one has little to show

Projects funded by Colorado tourism program give updates, and one has little to show

After a berating last month from the state auditor for not properly monitoring Regional Tourism Act projects, state officials called representatives from all five projects in on Thursday to provide an update. Two of the projects have made little progress.

Re/Max threatened with delisting by NYSE after internal investigation delays earnings report

Re/Max threatened with delisting by NYSE after internal investigation delays earnings report

Re/Max Holdings’ decision to withhold its latest earnings report while it investigates potentially unethical behavior by its co-CEOs  has drawn a warning from the New York Stock Exchange that the company could be delisted from the powerful financial market.

Colorado Springs man allegedly scammed dozens out of $13 million, bought houses and cars

Colorado Springs man allegedly scammed dozens out of $13 million, bought houses and cars

A Denver judge has shut down a Colorado Springs real estate firm over allegations it’s principal bilked more than $13 million from dozens of Coloradans who thought they were investing in rental properties but instead fueled the owner’s lavish lifestyle, state securities officials announced Thursday.

Colorado releases its proposal pitching the Denver area as Amazon’s second headquarters

Colorado releases its proposal pitching the Denver area as Amazon’s second headquarters

Colorado’s pitch to entice Amazon for a second headquarters is a mere 23 pages, excluding the appendix — a surprisingly concise document that officials believe is just enough for the Seattle conglomerate to make its decision.