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.
“This is truly an infill project,” Christopher Davis. [...]
“Set aside some money to be a real estate agent,” Dan Polimino. [...]
“We’re very pleased with our progress to-date,” David Steel. [...]
“We are slowly trending back to a “no drama” market.” [...]
“Colorado has the chance of being the most innovative state in the country,” Ken Lund. [...]
“Properties were illegally acquired, money was stolen, credit histories ruined, and houses ended up in foreclosure,” John Suthers. [...]
“Sales continue to be good year over year,” Chris Mygatt. [...]
“I think we can be proud that our state and counties have been so responsible,” Jolon Ruch. [...]
“The lack of supply is slowing the market down,” Lane Hornung. [...]