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Colorado borrowers who lost their homes to foreclosures between Jan. 2, 2008 and Dec. 31, 2011 might be eligible for payment under the $25 billion national mortgage foreclosure settlement. Attorney General John Suthers sent a letter this week for eligible borrowers to file claims, which must be returned no later than Jan. 18. Eligible borrowers… Continue Reading Colorado borrowers could be eligible for mortgage settlement money

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Schur Success & Auction has affiliated with United Country Real Estate, and will now be called United County-Schur Success Realty & Auction. The company also recently opened a new office at 366 Second St. in Monument in the Gallery Center. The company is a member of the Tri-Lakes Chamber of Commerce and the Better Business… Continue Reading Schur Auction affiliates with real estate company

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As real estate investment heats up and the El Paso County Public Trustee’s foreclosure auctions overflow with anxious bidders, ethics have become a bigger issue. Those closest to the action say there are regular stories of investors breaking into houses to check them out before the sale, trashing houses after lien holders redeem them, banks… Continue Reading Burglary? Investors seize houses before they officially own them

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Back in 2000, the rural intersection where Woodmen Road ran into U.S. Highway 24 felt like a good start toward Kansas. Continue Reading Houses ‘selling like hotcakes’ in Meridian Ranch

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City council postpones changes to fire code

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Colorado Springs City Council put off voting on changes to the fire code for reconstruction in Mountain Shadows, following opposition from residents who lost their homes in the Waldo Canyon fire. Council heard the suggested changes two weeks ago, which included “hardened” structures with stucco or cementious siding, trees and bushes set back from home… Continue Reading City council postpones changes to fire code

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Tim Beeson has been investing his retirement savings in real estate for almost two decades, and he has noticed he’s not alone anymore. Continue Reading Investors buying real estate with retirement money

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Aspen seeks to limit downtown housing

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  The Aspen City Council is moving forward with a policy that would limit construction of housing over commercial buildings.   Mayor Mick Ireland argued Monday that top floor residential units drive up real estate prices and push out commercial businesses on the lower floors. Business leaders told the council they need residential housing to… Continue Reading Aspen seeks to limit downtown housing

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The American Institute of Architects Colorado, south chapter, recognized its 2012 architectural design winners Friday night at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Five award winners were selected from 12 entries, and were presented by jury chairman David Tryba of Tryba Architects in Denver. The Honor Award for Built Architecture, the highest award, was given… Continue Reading Colorado Springs architects win awards from AIA chapter

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Gold Hill Mesa developers believe their West Side infill project is “so far outside of the box” that it needs its own zoning. Continue Reading Whole Foods? Perhaps REI? Gold Hill aiming high

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Multi-tenant retail sale is positive sign

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Patrick Kerscher, a principal broker with Landmark Commercial Real Estate, closed a rare deal earlier this week when he sold a multi-tenant retail building at Research and Union boulevards. The 10,700-square-foot space sold for $2.45 million. That was a fair price for seller and buyer, said Tucker Manion, a broker with Centre Point Properties in… Continue Reading Multi-tenant retail sale is positive sign

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