Denver Real Estate News
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3 hrs ago | via Business Journal
The most expensive home sold in metro Denver during the second quarter was a split-level home complete with a pool and a few acres of land. Comment?
Saturday Jul 26 | via LongmontFYI
New home construction last week at the Yeager Farms neighborhood being built off Francis Street near 15th Avenue. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 16 | via Business Journal
A $90 million office building planned for the Belleview Station development at Interstate 25 and Belleview Avenue is one of the few speculative buildings currently planned for the Denver metro area - with the exception of those planned in downtown Denver. Comment?
Friday Jul 4 | via North Denver Tribune
There's old adage that you can measure an economy by the number of construction cranes in the sky. Comment?
Sunday Jul 13 | via Daily Camera
Properties sold at the Boulder County Public Trustee foreclosure auction for July 9, 2014. Comment?
Tuesday | via Colorado Springs Business Journal
Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado will conduct repairs to the Waldo Canyon burn scar from 8 a.m.-4 p.m., skill level: difficult, minimum age to volunteer: 16. Volunteer opportunities are open to the public, and no experience or training is necessary. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 23 | via Denver Westword
I Hate Hamlet. I Hate Hamlet is a bit like the curate's egg: hilariously funny in parts, and in others so idiotic that you're embarrassed for the actors. Comment?
Thursday Jul 17 | via Denver Post
Bids are placed during the weekly city of Denver foreclosure auction at the clerk and recorders office in the Wellington Webb Municipal Building in 2012. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 16 | via Brush News-Tribune
Colorado's largest foreclosure law firms - The Castle Law Group and Aronowitz & Mecklenburg - were slapped with massive civil lawsuits Tuesday by attorney general investigators who say the lawyers operated a multi-million-dollar scheme that defrauded tens of thousands of homeowners, banks, investors and, ultimately, taxpayers. Comment?
Tuesday Jul 15 | via Business Journal
Citigroup's $7 billion settlement for mortgage securities fraud was all over the news Monday, which may have had some wondering why Colorado U.S. Attorney John Walsh was so prominent in the U.S. Department of Justice's press conference in Washington announcing the deal. Comment?
12 min ago | via Chattanooga Times Free Press
Three years after Erlanger Health System promised to revive Hutcheson Medical Center with a $20 million loan and new management, Chattanooga's biggest hospital has severed its management and talks with Hutcheson and plans to foreclose on the Fort Oglethorpe hospital on Tuesday to try to recover its unpaid debt. Comment?
15 min ago | via GantDaily.com
Los Angeles, CA, United States - While the merger of real estate information websites Zillow and Trulia favors home buyers and sellers by serving as their marketplace, some agents and brokerages are wary of price distortion posed by the new dominant platform to their detriment. Comment?
33 min ago | via CBS 3 Springfield
Money woes at the Dunbar Center have left many people worried about what will happen to the community if it closes. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Scoop
Trade Me Group, New Zealand's largest auction website, will probably lure back real estate listings from its rival realestate.co.nz after yesterday backing down on a 10-month push to hike fees under a new structure, an analyst says. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Business Journal
Florida is one of 13 states - including 11 in the South - with more than 40 percent of its adult population in debt collections, according to a new study by Encore Capital Group's Consumer Credit Research Institute. Comment?
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