Colorado Association of REALTORS | February 2019
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February 2019 Tag

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Home prices turn negative in two more metro Denver counties but home values still rising statewide

The Colorado Association of REALTORS® is confirming an earlier report from the Denver Metro Association of REALTORS® that metro Denver home prices suffered an annual decline in February.   That’s the first time that has happened since 2012. But with strong gains still piling up along the southern Front Range and in Mesa County, home prices statewide are still rising.   The median sales...

Colorado Housing Market Report for February 2019

  Snow and cold temps blanket housing markets across the State creating wait-and-see game for buyers and sellers alike ### ENGLEWOOD, CO. – March. 12, 2019 – With cold, wet conditions and record snowfall wreaking havoc across the state, Colorado’s local housing markets are experiencing a mixed-bag of results, with early spring season expectations tempered by below normal temperatures and higher than normal...

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Capitol Connection: February 15, 2019

House Bill 19-1011 Scope of Manufactured Homes Sales Tax Exemption ### Current law defines manufactured housing as factory-built residential structures designed to be installed on a permanent foundation. This definition limits the sales tax exemption, which previously applied to structures designed for occupancy in either temporary or permanent locations. HB19-1011 clarifies the scope and changes the definition to that of a manufactured home...