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Colorado REALTOR® Kyle Malnati Named DBJ 40 Under 40 Winner

KYLE MALNATI NAMED AS DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL 40 UNDER 40 WINNER   [caption id="attachment_23035" align="alignleft" width="285"] Kyle Malnati is a Colorado REALTOR® as well as a spokesperson for CAR.[/caption] Denver, CO -- February 22, 2017 – Calibrate Real Estate announces that Kyle Malnati has been selected to the Denver Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 Class of 2017.   Malnati is broker/owner of Calibrate Real...

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CALL FOR ACTION: Construction Litigation Reform

CALL FOR ACTION: Construction Litigation Reform       Click here to take action.     Ask your state senator to support SB 156, which fixes problems in current state law that have essentially brought the construction of new owner-occupied, multi-family housing such as condos to a halt. SB 156  would fix problems in the current law by providing a common sense and balanced solution that protects...

Capitol Connection

House Bill 17-1159: Remedies For Forcible Entry And Detainer   CAR initiated HB 17-1159, Remedies For Forcible Entry And Detainer, sponsored by Senator John Cooke (R-Greeley) and Representative Jon Becker (R- Fort Morgan) was introduced last week and today the LPC took an official support position. This bill proposes real solutions to reduce the problem of squatters unlawfully possessing property. It will...

Newly Released Land Markets Survey Shows Shift from Ag to Recreational to Residential

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For additional information contact: Jessa Friedrich, Marketing Manager 800-441-5263 | jfriedrich@realtors.org   February 14, 2016 (Chicago, Ill.)- Recreational and residential land sales accounted for 50 percent of all closed land transactions between October 2015 and September 2016 according to a newly released Land Markets Survey published by the REALTORS® Land Institute and the National Association of REALTORS® Research Department....

Colorado Springs Inventory Reaches Record Lows

This article is posted in the Colorado Springs Business Journal and was posted by  Cameron Moix on February 14, 2017.   The Colorado Association of Realtors recently released its “Monthly Market Statistical Report,” which found that a record-low inventory continues to dominate the Colorado housing market.   According to the report, active listings across the state remain at historic lows despite the fact that...

CRF Receives Generous Gift From Four Corners BOR

The Colorado REALTOR® Foundation would like to thank the Four Corners Board of REALTORS® for the generous gift of $1,426.00!   Thank you to Andrew Riddell, Barb Smith, Bev Williamson, Bill Stanley, Bob Toles, Bonnie Leighton, Brenda Bates, Brenda Hindmarsh, Carol Click, Carrie Baikie, Dawn Utrup, Ellie Courtney, Gerry Parker, Jason Witt, John Stramel, Katherine Chaffin, Katherine Dobson, Ken Williamson, Kerri White, Kevin...

REALTORS® Confidence Index – Colorado and the Nation in 2017

The statistics included in this article are provided by the National Association of REALTORS® and was posted in Economist Commentaries, by Scholastica (Gay) Cororaton, Research Economist on February 7, 2017.   The REALTORS® Confidence Index is a key indicator of housing market strength based on a monthly survey sent to over 50,000 real estate practitioners. Practitioners are asked about their expectations for...

Sorry, millennial singles — less of you are buying Denver homes

This article is from the Denverite and is written by Megan Arellano and was published on February 12, 2017 3:33 pm Categories: Business, Real estate   Sorry, millennial singles — less of you are buying Denver homes   Look, I’ll be the first to admit it. Life really isn’t fair to the single person — more than 1,000 laws provide overt legal or financial benefits...

Denver area still lags in new home construction

This article was published through the Denver Post by Aldo Svaldi  on February 12, 2017 at 2:30 am and updated on February 12, 2017 at 2:35 am.   Denver area still lags in new home construction The metro area market needs 16,000 to 18,000 new homes a year to keep pace with population growth   Metro Denver’s housing woes boil down to one easy to state...

Despite Bump in New Listings, Record Low Inventory Continues to Dominate Colorado’s Housing Market Conditions

Key findings from the January research report include:   Record-low inventory still dominates Colorado market 42 percent increase in January 2017 new listings over December 2016 Sold listings down 28 percent in January due to record-low inventory Active listings remain at historic lows Denver Metro area has just over one-month inventory supply – less than one month for condos and townhomes     ENGLEWOOD,...