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Summit County sees record number of luxury homes sold in July

July is always one of the best months for property sales for Colorado's High Country, and that was exactly the case in Summit County's exploding real estate market.   Defined as any home sold at or above $1 million, luxury housing sales boosted the overall real estate sales volume to more than $150 million, a $5.2 million increase over July 2017 and...

Capitol Connection: March 20, 2015

SB 177- Construction Defects Passes First Senate Committee After a long afternoon with over 7 hours of testimony, SB 177 passed out of the Senate Business, Labor and Technology Committee by a vote of 6-2 with one excused.  We would like to thank these senators for their votes in favor of this much needed legislation: Committee Chair Senator David Balmer, Committee...

Capitol Connection: March 21, 2014

Colorado Budget Forecast The quarterly economic forecast was released Tuesday.  CAR is tracking 11 bills that have been stalled in Appropriations waiting for the release of this forecast.  While this report is showing some growth, not every tax incentive bill that has been introduced in the Legislature will have funding.  It is still unclear how the Legislature will prioritize these bills;...