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Mostly good news for 2013 real estate market

The forecast looks mostly sunny for real estate investors in 2013, according to a series of speakers who gave presentations during the Institute of Real Estate Management’s Southern Colorado economic forecast this morning. Though apartments have been hot for the last couple years, it’s still a good time to invest in them, said Doug Carter, an apartment… Continue Reading Mostly good news for 2013 real estate market

If enthusiasm about downtown revitalization survives fire devastation, city leaders will have to balance a downtown renaissance with rebuilding the scorched northwest side of town. Continue Reading Downtown suggestion: start with residential

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Springtime ushers in open-house season

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The sunny spring weather has open house signs popping up all over town. There were 20 open houses scheduled for March 31 and April 1 as of Wednesday morning on the Pikes Peak Association of Realtors website. “The last two weeks in a row, I’ve had open houses,” said George Nehme, an agent with Platnum… Continue Reading Springtime ushers in open-house season

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Commercial construction remains stable

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May construction starts rose 10.2 percent from April to the highest level in nearly a year, following two previous months of stability or a slight uptick in new construction starts. The preliminary May total, released from Reed Construction Data, also included new residential building, estimated as the average of the last three months. Those statistics, however, are… Continue Reading Commercial construction remains stable

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