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Real Estate Briefs September 6, 2002

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Masterbilt Homes Introduces Fresh Concept Every once in a while a homebuilder steps outside the box and starts a completely new trend. Jack Weipking, president of Masterbilt Homes, certainly gets credit for taking a very large step in introducing the Pikes Peak region to Traditional Neighborhood Design (TND), which has evolved around the country as… Continue Reading Real Estate Briefs September 6, 2002

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Even the name “Dynasty Design” conjures up opulent visuals, vaulted ceilings, metallic finishes and elegant accessories. Owner, Nancy Lusk, understands the importance of creating a look, an ambience and a distinctive signature in a home or business. In addition to catering to dozens of upscale residential clients each year, Lusk has also served as a… Continue Reading Interior design co. founder brings flair to consulting

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Golf and technology hit a slight bump in the road

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Golf and technology may not really sound like a compatible couple, after all, chasing a dimpled ball into a hole in the fewest amount of hits doesn’t necessarily sound like rocket science. However, as with any sport, equipment is getting more and more sophisticated and the stakes grow continually higher. Golfing technology has manifested itself… Continue Reading Golf and technology hit a slight bump in the road

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Real Estate Briefs August 23, 2002

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Recently Wells Fargo published findings indicating that in the past ten years, the average stockholder earned $23,000 in the stock market and the average homeowner earned $44,000 in home equity. An interesting observation… With mortgage rates at a 35-year low, the company says in 1998, rates were below 7 percent for a total of 17… Continue Reading Real Estate Briefs August 23, 2002

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Consortium helps businesses with office setup

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Everyone likes the concept of one-stop shopping: get your gas, groceries and garbage bags at one superstore. That is the concept a group of already successful business owners put to work when they formed Office Now. Office Now combines communications, office furniture, copiers and printers, and even office space in one stop. IT Communications, Facilitek,… Continue Reading Consortium helps businesses with office setup

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Girls just wanna have fun. As a transplanted Midwesterner in New York City, Karyn put over $20,000 worth of fun on her credit cards. But then the Brooklyn woman was laid off and spent four months looking for employment. Her creditors weren’t sympathetic. So, she did the only logical thing a 21st century girl could… Continue Reading In-debt shopper's website asks for $1 donations

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Until people start living in caves again (not counting Osama bin Laden), the retro movement won’t have come full circle, but Richard Reese has people headed in that direction with his magnificent low-tech tipis, which he modestly declares are the “world’s best.” Reese’s parents made tipis at their Salt Lake City awning business. When he… Continue Reading Tipis are making a comeback as novelty homes

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Have you had your pronation checked lately? If not, you’re not alone – hundreds of runners and athletes out there pound the pavement on feet suffering in less-than-perfect footwear. Local runners, walkers and joggers who do understand the importance of proper foot and shoe alignment know it can mean the difference between a fast, strong… Continue Reading Footwear shop is home for the local marathon community

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Those that attended the June 19 RCIS luncheon were treated to not one, but two high quality presenters. Colorado Springs-based sports psychologist and counselor, Dr. Gayle Davis, described how to hang tough through an uncertain market, and explained how to avoid negative “self-talk” (not that any of us ever experience the temptation…). David Seamon, EDC’s… Continue Reading Colorado Springs Real Estate Transactions – July 8, 2002

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Construction Briefs June 28, 2002

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Big retail contributed big wads of money to local construction, according to permits filed with the Pikes Peak Regional Building Department. Wal-Mart pulled permits to build its nearly $9 million, 208,433-square-foot store at 1575 Space Center Dr. And Target pulled permits for a $1.7 million remodel of its store at 335 N. Academy Blvd. Colorado… Continue Reading Construction Briefs June 28, 2002

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