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Some Jannie Richardson properties going to bankruptcy auction

Long-time Colorado Springs developer Jannie Richardson’s holdings will be sold in a bankruptcy auction March 12. Of the  21 properties around the country that belonged to the SRKO Family Limited Partnership and Richardson, seven parcels in Colorado Springs and Manitou Springs will sell. While the assets up for auction include a mix of commercial and… Continue Reading Some Jannie Richardson properties going to bankruptcy auction

Investors bought two of the 36properties that sold at the El Paso County Public Trustee’s foreclosure auction Wednesday, Aug. 1. The rest of the properties were returned to the lenders. The Equity Trust Company custodian FBO for Thomas H. Beeson IRA paid $70,500 for a 1,027-square-foot ranch home built in 1958 at 2561 Caramillo St.… Continue Reading Investors buy two properties at foreclosure sale

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It’s Wednesday morning and the El Paso County Public trustee’s office is jam-packed with would-be investors looking for a deal at the weekly foreclosure auction. Continue Reading Investors face stiff competition at foreclosure auctions

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No one bid against construction contractor Flintco for the stalled John Q. Hammons Renaissance Hotel at today’s Sheriff’s auction of the property. Flintco won a foreclosure judgment against the hotelier Hammons in June for $29 million plus interest, minus payments made by Hammons. The company bought the hotel on far-north end of town at Interquest… Continue Reading No bidders fight Flintco for Hammon’s Renaissance Hotel

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Colorado State Land Board auction sets record

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he Colorado State Land Board’s latest oil and gas lease auction has set a state record for per-acre bid prices. Results posted online for the State Land Board’s auction Aug. 18 show Contex Energy Co. bid $5,850 per acre for a 320-acre parcel in Weld County, which amounts to $1.87 million for the tract. That… Continue Reading Colorado State Land Board auction sets record

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Heart Check America fined $3.2 million

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The X-Ray Certification Unit of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has order Heart Check America to pay nearly $3.2 million for alleged violations of the Colorado Rules and Regulations Pertaining to Radiation Control. The company closed its Denver office in May after state inspectors confirmed it was conducting computed tomography scans on… Continue Reading Heart Check America fined $3.2 million

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Powderhorn Ski Resort to be auctioned off

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Powderhorn Ski Resort is going on the auction block. Bidding will begin Thursday at the resort’s Day Lodge. Acashier’s check for $10,000 will be required to bid. Powderhorn CEO and President Steve Bailey and Dean Skalla bought the resort in 1999. Resort spokeswoman Sarah Allen says the ski area isn’t in distress, but Bailey and… Continue Reading Powderhorn Ski Resort to be auctioned off

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Historic inn’s loan up for auction

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The Cheyenne Canon Inn, located near the entrance to North Cheyenne Canon Park and the Pike National Forest, is part of portfolio of nonperforming loans being auctioned online by New York-based Carlton Exchange, after its owners failed to keep up mortgage payments. Co-owners Kevin Cook and Claudia Tutt have owned the historic bed and breakfast since… Continue Reading Historic inn’s loan up for auction

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The 3,756-square-foot former Michelle’s building at 122 N. Tejon St. will be offered for auction Oct. 8. The sellers hope to fetch somewhere between the market average of $80 and a high of $200 per square foot. The auction will be the first of its kind in downtown Colorado Springs’ recent history. Schur Success Realty… Continue Reading Former Michelle’s location heading to auction block

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