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Foreclosure rates in Colorado Springs decrease

Foreclosure rates in Colorado Springs decrease

Foreclosure rates in Colorado Springs decreased for the month of June over the same period last year, according to newly released data from CoreLogic. The CoreLogic data reveals that the rate of Colorado Springs foreclosures among outstanding mortgage loans was 0.82 percent for June 2014, a decrease of 0.04 percent compared to June 2013 when… Continue Reading Foreclosure rates in Colorado Springs decrease

Some interesting facts came to mind as I was looking over the new Pikes Peak Association of Realtors report. While local sales are basically the same as they were a year ago, the full report includes an “investor snapshot” that indicates single family/patio homes sales in July were the highest for the month since 2007.… Continue Reading July real estate stats bring positive details

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Dreaming of a downtown five-plex

Small developers find different obstacles every step of the way What’s the key to downtown development? Is it City for Champions, tearing down the Martin Drake Power Plant, or is it something else? We don’t know. But regardless of your position on C4C or Drake, you likely agree with downtown boosters that more residential development… Continue Reading Dreaming of a downtown five-plex

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Black Forest rebuild worthy of Parade of Homes

Kristian and Jaenette Coyne are self-described Parade of Homes buffs. The Black Forest couple travels to Summit County and Denver to get their fix. This August, they’ll need only roll out of bed to begin touring one of this year’s Housing and Building Association’s annual parade homes. “I never thought we would be rebuilding a… Continue Reading Black Forest rebuild worthy of Parade of Homes

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Housing starts locally will come close to meeting the demand this year, according to a leading area economist. New building permits are running ahead of last year; permits totaled 1,217 through July 2012, increasing to 1,757 for the first seven months this year, a jump of 44 percent. Fred Crowley, economist with UCCS, tracks supply… Continue Reading Local housing starts should meet demand as permits skyrocket

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Local economy making gains in housing, auto sales and confidence

Construction companies are taking out more single family permits. Consumers are feeling more confident. And, people are buying more cars. Three indicators, described in the Quarterly Update by the Southern Colorado Economic Forum, show the local economy has continued its growth since the summer of 2011. The best performance indicators were new single family permits,… Continue Reading Local economy making gains in housing, auto sales and confidence

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Housing construction is up, consumer confidence is up and more than 21,000 new cars are expected to be sold in the county by year’s end. These are the biggest changes in this latest quarter in El Paso County from one year ago and mark some of the county’s strongest performance since bottoming out in February… Continue Reading El Paso County housing, auto sales and confidence up, UCCS report says

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With nearly 350 homes burned to the ground and potentially thousands more in need of cleaning and repair, local home builders, remodeling and construction companies stand to see big increases in business. Continue Reading Builders, contractors anticipate post-fire business

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Innovations in Aging hosting workshop

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The Colorado Springs Innovations for Aging Collaborative is preparing to meet the baby boomer wave that’s about to wash over El Paso County. The collaborative is hosting a workshop April 21 at Colorado College’s Worner Campus Center. The objective of the meeting is to identify a project related to aging that the community can rally… Continue Reading Innovations in Aging hosting workshop

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Colorado Springs Real Estate Briefs Nov. 22, 2002

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Earlier this week the Realtors Commercial and Industrial Society (RCIS) met at the former RockShox offices at 1610 Garden of the Gods Rd. for its November monthly meeting. The commercial and development community turned out in force for remarks by Bill Healy, the city’s new planning director. Based on early conversations with Healy, he’s ready… Continue Reading Colorado Springs Real Estate Briefs Nov. 22, 2002

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