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Thursday Oct 16 | via Greeley Tribune
While the oil and gas industry grows on the eastern plains of Weld County, its workers are snatching up housing in and around Greeley. And builders, the few local ones left from the Great Recession, are starting to count on the steady stream of industry workers buying up new homes. Comment?
Thursday Oct 9 | via The Boulder County Business Report
The number of homes and condominiums sold in Boulder, Larimer and Weld counties were down in September compared with August, according to a report released Thursday by Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. The number of sales in Boulder County declined from 466 to 378, an 18.9 percent drop, while sales in Weld and Larimer counties declined from 1,282 to 1,083, a 15.5 percent drop. Comment?
Sep 11, 2014 | via Greeley Tribune
A 553-acre plot of farmland in north Greeley was sold to Hungenberg Produce by the Greeley Land Fund, LLC on Sept. 3. The real estate agent and purchaser declined to comment on the price of sale, but Weld County records confirm the deed sold for $8.36 million including both land and water rights. Comment?
Jun 18, 2014 | via The Boulder County Business Report
Boulder, Larimer and Broomfield counties, respectively, had the three lowest foreclosure rates in May among Colorado's 12 metropolitan counties, according to the latest figures released by the Division of Housing on Wednesday. Comment?
Jun 16, 2014 | via The Carbon Valley Farmer
United Way of Weld County is taking action to help young whohave not acquired the necessary life skills in order to solve major life issues on their own - things such as renting an apartment, buying a car, or managing finances are fundamental life events that may help maintain independence. Comment?
Saturday Oct 4 | via Broomfield Enterprise
For information about services provided by Broomfield FISH or to donate to the nonprofit, go to broomfieldfish.org or call 303-465-1600. For information about the Emergency Family Assistance Association and its programs, go to efaa.org or call 303-442-3042. Comment?
Wednesday Oct 1 | via CBS 3 Springfield
Alejandro Soto said his son's physical conditioning has improved, and he has a more open philosophy than his peers. Alejandro Soto said his son's physical conditioning has improved, and he has a more open philosophy than his peers. Comment?
Thursday Oct 2 | via The Boulder County Business Report
Most U.S. Senate and House members use Twitter as a way to engage with constituents. Not to be left out, the American Bankers Association has created an online map-based Twitter platform that allows bankers across the nation to shoot prewritten tweets about the industry's burning issues to those politicos. Comment?
Thursday Oct 2 | via Broomfield Enterprise
Almost 7 percent of children in Broomfield are living in poverty, as are about 17 percent statewide, according to an annual report on "The State of Working Colorado" released this week by the Colorado Center on Law and Policy. The report also found that, unlike other measures of economic health, poverty rates have been slower to respond to the state's economic recovery. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 30 | via The Boulder County Business Report
Colorado's securities commissioner on Monday filed an injunctive relief order against US Capital, a defunct Boulder-based hard-money mortgage lender that allegedly misled investors and violated the anti-fraud provision of the state's securities act. The company that dominates the broadcast radio airwaves in Northern Colorado and the Boulder Valley has changed its name. Comment?
12 min ago | via Metro Times
A very intelligent piece in the Atlantic this week breaks down the problems in the Detroit area in a way few local news outlets would dare. It points out that a number of factors at play in Detroit are working together to push out longtime, mostly African American residents who've toughed it out through Detroit's worst times, all while a group of mostly Caucasian newcomers are showered with enticements and subsidies to move in. Comment?
15 min ago | via Business Journal
Foreclosure rates in metro Orlando decreased again in August, continuing several months of consecutive declines for the area. Comment?
17 min ago | via Business Journal
The U.S. housing market's run-up in prices may be coming to an end and stabilization returning to the market, reports U.S. News & World Report . Real-estate website Zillow said price appreciation has continued its slowdown in the third quarter, with prices going up 6.5 percent from the same period last year. Comment?
23 min ago | via The Columbian
It's a horrible feeling: You arrive home and discover that you lost your key. If only you had a spare you could use to gain entry. Comment?
25 min ago | via ThinkProgress
New York state's top financial regulator says one of the biggest mortgage servicing companies in America has continued to backdate paperwork in order to justify illegitimate foreclosures, more than two years after the widespread falsification of key foreclosure documents by financial companies was revealed and quickly resolved through a settlement with the federal government. New York Department of Financial Services Superintendent Ben Lawsky says that Atlanta-based Ocwen Financial Corporation has been sending letters to homeowners long after deadlines for renegotiating their mortgages had passed. Comment?
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