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QLI report: Construction continues to climb

QLI report: Construction continues to climb

Construction and land-use rates in the Pikes Peak region continued to climb gradually in 2012, illuminating signs of slow but increased growth and economic vitality in post-recession years. The 2013 Quality of Life Indicators for the Pikes Peak Region show that, among other things, the health of the built environment in Colorado Springs is steady… Continue Reading QLI report: Construction continues to climb

Smaller homes with fewer bedrooms and bathrooms may be fine in a tight economy, but bigger isn’t going out of style any time soon. That was Classic Homes’ President Joe Loidolt’s reaction to just-out National Association of Home Builders’ study that said homes built in 2009 were almost 100 square feet smaller than those completed… Continue Reading Home sizes shrinking as nation tightens spending

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Upscale home inventories remain high

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The upper end of the residential real estate market won’t be returning to pre-recession levels any time soon. While there were 11.5 percent fewer foreclosures in El Paso County and an 11.9 percent increase in home sales for April 2010 compared to the same month last year, upscale home inventories remain largely untouched. Classic Cos. Executive… Continue Reading Upscale home inventories remain high

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Local company gets creative

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Classic Homes is both a builder and, in communities like Barnstormers Landing, Soaring Eagles and Flying Horse, a residential developer. As such, the company — now operating with a 15-person staff, compared to a work force of more than 100 people two years ago — looks at the market from two points of view, said… Continue Reading Local company gets creative

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