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Vote "No" on Senate Bill 225   Senate Bill 225 is bad public policy because it repeals current Colorado statute prohibiting rent control on private residential real property or housing units and allows any local jurisdiction to pursue their own rent control limits. It will be on the Senate Floor on Thursday morning. ### Rent control does not equal affordable housing; in fact, it...

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Your Friendly Neighborhood Regulator

Your Friendly Neighborhood Regulator   [caption id="attachment_22650" align="alignnone" width="245"] Scott Petersen, General Counsel, Colorado Association of REALTORS®[/caption]   In addition to fantastic looks and winning personalities, REALTORS® can always be counted on for a rapid fire string of acronyms. NAR, CAR, GRI, CCIM, CMA, FSBO, CRS, e-PRO, RELO, ABR, CNS, CPM, CBR, REO, LTV… Ok, I’ll stop.  At this point, most of you are...

DORA Needs Your Feedback on the Current Licensing Structure

Colorado REALTOR®, The Colorado Real Estate Commission and the Colorado Division of Real Estate are undergoing a review mandated in Colorado law. A primary purpose of the review is to determine if the licensing of real estate brokers is necessary to protect public health, safety, and welfare. In conjunction with the analysis, DORA has launched a licensee survey asking those individuals...