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REALTORS in the News

Take Action Now! Urge Congress to Not Extend the Eviction Moratorium

We need your help immediately! House Democratic leadership is working on legislation, extending the CDC Eviction Moratorium through December 31, which is moving quickly and could happen TODAY! We need Congress to hear our position: REALTORS® are opposed to any "unreasonable effort by Congress to extend the eviction ban without assistance for small housing providers." Forcing landlords to provide free housing for vaccinated Americans may...

The Pueblo Chieftain: Real Estate sales are ‘crazy’ so far this year

Reflecting on data from the first six months of sales, Pueblo Association of REALTORS Board Director David Anderson admitted, "It is just crazy and that's just the reality." In 2020, 3,082 residential properties sold for $745 million. so far this year, 1,422 residential properties have sold for $365.5 million, which means Pueblo County sales are on track to zoom past 2020's...

FOX 31: Is the Denver real estate market cooling?

But realtors say there is more inventory available now than there was then. “Our market has definitely shifted in the last couple of weeks, significantly,” said Kelly Moye, spokesperson for the Colorado Association of Realtors. Moye said demand has changed as well. Some buyers are tired of the process. Others are traveling. Plus, the market typically slows in late summer. Watch or read...

Westword: Home Affordability in Denver and Colorado Getting Worse

Colorado Association of Realtors members are just as confused by what's going on as anyone else, as is clear from statements collected by the group. "If you speak to your local realtor, you will hear that perhaps the frenzy is slowing," notes Sunny Banka, who works in the Aurora area. "It is hard to tell if that is the typical July...

Legislation Unlocking the Doors to Homeownership Signed by Governor Polis

Over the past several months, CAR and Habitat for Humanity worked to push forward four legislative solutions aimed at helping improve homeownership opportunities for all Coloradans. We are excited to announce that after all our work with other housing stakeholders and legislators, HB 1271 was first to be signed by the Governor over the weekend in Basalt....

Summit Daily: Summit County’s real estate boom shows no signs of slowing down

“I think that everyone wants to say there’s no inventory and everyone is fighting for the same listings, but the fact is that we’re selling more properties than we have in the last…(two years),” said Dana Cottrell, real estate broker for Summit Resort Group and past president of Summit REALTORS®. Read more at the Summit Daily. ...

Denver Post: Combining work and pleasure, buyers snapped up vacation homes in a big way during pandemic

Routt County was Colorado’s hottest vacation-home market, the National Association of REALTORS® found “As we enter the month of June, buyers and their agents are hopeful for more inventory — reminiscent of thoughts we have about snow — when it is going to come and how much we are going to get?” said Steamboat Springs-area REALTOR® Marci Valicenti, in...

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Legislation Unlocking the Doors to Homeownership Crosses the Finish Line

There is a lot to celebrate this year as CAR honors our 100 years of service to Colorado consumers and looks ahead at how to serve our clients and communities in the century ahead. Over the past several months, CAR and Habitat for Humanity worked to push forward four legislative solutions aimed at helping improve homeownership opportunities for all Coloradans....