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Imagine being manager of a homeowner association (HOA), a neighborhood association or an office complex. One day your biggest issue is a homeowner who paints his home an unapproved color. The next, it is a business partner who allows a friend to park his car (with a large “For Sale” sign in the window) in… Continue Reading Navigating the complex community association waters

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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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Colorado Springs Real Estate Briefs Nov. 15, 2002

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Judging by recent conversations with some of the commercial real estate community’s finest, the Pikes Peak region is suffering a few setbacks, but most brokers are busy. Foreclosures are up (29 recorded in the Daily Transcript this week), but savvy investors are poised for bargains – and new employers are still making announcements. Here’s hoping… Continue Reading Colorado Springs Real Estate Briefs Nov. 15, 2002

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Colorado Springs Real Estate Briefs Nov. 8, 2002

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The real estate scene seems to be picking up momentum in fourth quarter. Leasing may have slowed, but land, industrial and retail investors may help make 2002 a decent year for many brokers. Transaction Report NAI Highland Locates Loaf N’ Jug Jim Spittler, representing Dillon Real Estate, worked with owner’s broker, Bentley Hill of Gloriod… Continue Reading Colorado Springs Real Estate Briefs Nov. 8, 2002

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Colorado Springs Real Estate Briefs Nov. 1, 2002

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This week’s real estate column comes to you from downtown Manhattan, just two blocks from Ground Zero. There is still much activity in the area although retail districts have been hard-hit by the loss of as many as 50,000 former World Trade Center-area employees who no longer come to WTC Plaza each Monday through Friday… Continue Reading Colorado Springs Real Estate Briefs Nov. 1, 2002

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CSBJ readers are probably aware that residential interest rates on thirty-year fixed rate conventional mortgages have dropped as low as 5 and 7/8 percent. Hard to believe, but thankfully true. Christine Meacham at Auer Mortgage says these low rates may be around for a few weeks. Some national financial analysts predict that the post-election climate… Continue Reading Colorado Springs Real Estate Briefs October 18, 2002

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Once again, there’s a lot of news to report. From the two large Bethesda office building and Pace Plaza retail center sales reported last week to this week’s leases and transactions, there’s never a dull moment on the Colorado Springs real estate scene. Bill May of Classic Mortgage said last week that commercial mortgage rates… Continue Reading Colorado Springs Real Estate Briefs Oct. 11, 2002

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With almost a year of real estate columns behind me, I realize how much there is to report in this ever-changing, fast-paced field – and so many stories still to tell. Downtown re-development deserves a full column – as do many of the transactions the Colorado Springs Business Journal reports each week. In the days… Continue Reading Colorado Springs Real Estate Briefs October 4, 2002

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Blair College gets new headquarters

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Blair College, motivated by a near-doubling of its enrollment since 1998, just made it official: the school will move its local headquarters to a new facility near the intersection of Fountain Boulevard and Jetwing Drive on the city’s southeast side. As a for-profit educational school, Blair College has offered two-year accredited degrees since 1953. It… Continue Reading Blair College gets new headquarters

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Kevin Patterson, CEO of Prudential Professional Real Estate, laid out the challenges ahead for residential realtors on Wednesday, September 11 at the Tri-Lakes Marketing Forum held at the Gleneagle Country Club. The monthly event, organized by co-chairs, Kim Rossbach of McGinnis/GMAC Real Estate and Michael Podoyak of North Caent. Patterson’s remarks focused on the state… Continue Reading Local real estate leader looks at residential trends

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