- AG John Suthers announces actions against air duct cleaning companies.
- Principals and companies banned from even advertising in Colorado.
- Separately, the EPA says most homes do not need to have ducts cleaned.
A Denver District Court Judge has permanently barred two men and their companies from advertising or performing air-duct cleaning servics in Colrado, Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announced on Tuesday. Continue reading Air duct cleaning companies banned
- Groundbreaking today for 1401 Lawrence.
- Tower will have 22 stories.
- Originally, it was going to be a 55-story condo tower.
A Canadian developer today will officially break ground on a 22-story office tower on a key parcel at 14th and Lawrence streets in downtown Denver. Continue reading 22-story office groundbreaking today
- Case-Shiller releases July report.
- Denver shows YOY appreciation of 6.7%.
- That ties the average of the 20 MSAs.
Denver-area homes rose by 6.7 percent in July from July 2013, according to the closely watched Case-Shiller report that was released today. Continue reading Case-Shiller: Denver ranks 11th
- Securities Commissioner files civil complaint.
- Boulder-based hard lending firm charged.
- Anti-fraud violations alleged.
Two Boulder lenders are their former firm are facing a civil complaint that they violated anti-fraud provisions of the Colorado Securities Act in connection with raising funds for their hard money mortgage lending company. Continue reading Lenders face fraud charges
- Picerne Group developing luxury apartments near City Park.
- It is called Venue on 16th.
- JG Johnson Architects is designing it.
Venue on 16th.
The Picerne Group, a Southern California-based real estate firm, recently broke ground on Venue on 16th, a 180-unit apartment community in City Park. Continue reading Luxury apartments coming to City Park
- Guest column by Dan Polimino.
- Being a Realtor is harder than some may think.
- Tips on starting a real estate career.
By Dan Polimino
Special to InsideRealEstateNews.com.
For years, I have heard people say things like, “anyone can sell real estate,” or “if you can fog a mirror, you can be a real estate agent,” or “all an agent really does is drive a fancy car and collect commissions.” Continue reading You’re a Realtor. Now what?
- 250 Columbine is under construction in Cherry Creek North.
- It includes condominiums, office and retail.
- Condo sales are strong and office has been “topped out”
A view of 250 Columbine, which include an 8-story office component.
Western Development Group has celebrated a milestone with its 250 Columbine, mixed-use development in Cherry Creek North. Continue reading 250 Columbine milestone
- Guest Column.
- Written by Lane Hornung, Angela Moss.
- Front Range heading for a “no drama” market.
By Lane Hornung and Angela Moss
There seems to be a growing disconnect in our market between buyers and sellers. Continue reading Buyer-seller disconnect
- Ken Lund was a speaker Colorado Commercial Real Estate Symposium.
- Hick is talking to a New Jersey company about moving its HQ here.
- Lund said Colorado had become too complacent in attracting companies in the past.
Ken Lund, addressing CCRES.
After Gov. John Hickenlooper appointed Ken Lund as the executive director of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade, he trotted him out in front of the media to explain how he would target 14 key industries to help grow and sustain the state’s economy, as outlined under the Colorado Blueprint. Continue reading Lund bullish on state’s future
- Grand jury indicts six family member for mortgage fraud.
- Total fraud could equal $4.5 million.
- AG John Suthers will prosecute.
Jose Ricardo Sarabia-Martinez
A statewide grand jury has issued a 37-count indictment against six family members for using their status in the real estate industry to perpetrate a fraud-for-profit mortgage fraud scheme, the Colorado Attorney Genera’s office announced today. Continue reading Grand jury indicts family for mortgage fraud