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Colorado fares well on risky home value list

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PMI Mortgage Insurance Co. has released its list of the “riskiest” markets [1.2MB pdf] for home appreciation, and the news is generally good for Colorado’s homeowners. The ranking is based on data from the Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight House Price Index. While Riverside-San Berandino-Ontario, Calif. tops the list, metropolitan areas such as Las… Continue Reading Colorado fares well on risky home value list

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2008 construction bills to be even bigger

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Material and labor cost increases for construction are expected to be larger in 2008 than in the past 12 months, The Associated General Contractors of America said. AGC, a trade group, made the announcement today in its fifth Construction Inflation Alert, warning owners, budget setters and contractors of the expected higher costs. “Nonresidential construction has… Continue Reading 2008 construction bills to be even bigger

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Mortgage industry employment down – way down

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Mortgage and subprime lenders have announced nearly 70,000 layoffs in the first three quarters of 2007, according to Challenger, Gray & Christmas Inc., which tracks corporate job cut announcements. That’s a more than five-fold increase from the 12,874 announced job losses in mortgage lending tallied by Challenger in all of 2006. “The heaviest job cutting… Continue Reading Mortgage industry employment down – way down

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Commercial loans on the rise

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The Research Institute for American Housing reported last week that commercial and multifamily outstanding loans grew to more than $3.1 trillion nationwide. The $3.121 trillion in commercial/multifamily mortgage debt recorded by the Federal Reserve was an increase of $103.8 billion from the first quarter 2007. Multifamily mortgage debt grew to $778 billion, an increase of… Continue Reading Commercial loans on the rise

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Real Estate

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A lot of livelihoods tied to construction In 2004, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimated that about 13,000 people living in El Paso County derived their income from the construction industry or related businesses. Another 2,000 serve as managers or executives within the same sector, says Associated General Contractor (AGC) member and Colarelli Construction… Continue Reading Real Estate

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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 in need of convention center

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Many believe Colorado Springs is an excellent city. It is home to the U.S. Olympic Committee, several important military installations, the U.S. Air Force Academy, the five star Broadmoor Hotel, the World Arena. There is Pikes Peak International Raceway, even Pikes Peak, gateway to the Rockies, home of the famous Race to the Clouds. Yet… Continue Reading Colorado Springs in need of convention center

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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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