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A glimpse into why Colorado Springs’ economy is attracting so many outsiders

The city leads the state for employment growth in 2018 and 2019, thanks to diversity in business, age, health care, cybersecurity.   Lower housing prices have definitely attracted Denver buyers willing to brave the commute, said Donna Major, current chair of Pikes Peak Association of REALTORS®. On average, homes in the Colorado Springs region cost about a third less than houses in...

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Colorado Springs Home Sales Fall Again in July, but Experts Say Market Remains Strong

Home sales totaled 1,592 in July, a 3.3 percent drop from the same month last year, says the latest report by the Pikes Peak Association of REALTORS®. Monthly home sales haven’t increased on a year-over-year basis since February.   Through the first seven months of 2018, home sales totaled 9,296, a slight, 0.1 percent gain over the same period last year, the...

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2018 Colo. Legislature REALTOR Win with Squatters Bill

Author: Dan Njegomir - May 22, 2018 - Updated: May 22, 2018   Builders, developers and real-estate agents as well as affordable-housing advocates, among others, closely watched a number of bills that stood to affect the housing market along with basic property rights. You guessed it: Two legislative chambers run by opposing parties put the kibosh on some proposals those stakeholders opposed while forging compromise...