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Unfortunately the SB-177 Construction Defects reform bill has died in the Colorado Legislature. You can read more about how that happened and whom is responsible here: 

This was a statement by CAR just last week:

"Colorado communities are facing serious housing challenges. Rents are skyrocketing--rising faster than San Francisco and New York--making the Front Range one of the most expensive places in the country to live. The dream of homeownership for many Coloradans may soon be unreachable. That's because a defect in state law has virtually halted the construction of affordable and attainable housing across Colorado. The condos that historically provided the most practical options for first-time homebuyers, as well as seniors

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This article details dates, responsibilities, reasonable deadlines of completion and an explanation of what you can expect during the buying and selling process of your Colorado home.

Acceptance Deadline Date and Time

Responsible Party: Seller

Date Range: Typically 1-3 days after the offer has been submitted

Contract Section: 28

Contract Language:NOTICE OF ACCEPTANCE, COUNTERPARTS. This proposal will expire unless accepted in writing, by Buyer and Seller, as evidenced by their signatures below, and the offering party receives notice of such acceptance pursuant to § 27 on or before Acceptance Deadline Date (§ 3) and Acceptance Deadline Time (§ 3). If accepted, this document will become a contract between Seller and Buyer. A copy of this

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 Below you'll see some recent real estate related news articles that you might find of interest. At the bottom there are a few links for some really cool reports. I personally enjoyed reading the Denver Equity Atlas Report. Feel free to contact me with any questions or requests you may have, and please check out my social media sites.


News Articles

Target Looking at Downtown Denver Sites for Urban Store
Read article - Denver Post

New Ballpark District Project: Broadstone Blake Street
Read article- Denver Infill 

Denver Apartment Rents Post Largest Spike in 10 Years
Read article- Denver Post 

Plans for Cherry Creek North Business Development on Hold
Read article- Denver Post

Denver Home Sales Continue to Climb
Read article - Denver Post


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 Now, more than ever, homeowners are adding to the value and comfort of their homes by renovating bathrooms into private retreats with luxurious touches that rival those of an upscale spa or resort.

Ron and Susan Bishop of Adams Township, Pa., recently completed an extensive remodel of the master bathroom in their 20-year-old home. The remake covered nearly every square inch of the space, including the installation of new cabinets, tile, floor coverings and lighting. The couple says one of the biggest highlights is the custom shower enclosure, made from Clarvista glass by PPG, which uses a fused-on coating to keep its showroom appearance over time.

"Few things detract from the appearance of a luxurious bathroom more than a shower door covered with water…
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The American home may be shrinking, but not the Great American Dream. Americans are still living large, just doing so in smaller spaces.

To some trend-watchers, the downscaling of the American home comes as good news. Architects, designers and social observers say our willingness to resize our floor space means Americans are rethinking the way we really live and how we use whatever space we do have. Home, they say, has become less about impressing others and more about making ourselves happy. And since we are mostly baby boomers - that tidal wave of Americans born between 1946 and 1964 - who have long been accustomed to getting what we want, happiness is often defined in terms of luxuries and personal amenities.

"Natural materials like American Hardwoods

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  It doesn't take much effort to run your household in a more eco-friendly way. You might even be surprised by how much money you can save.

"A small change can make a big difference," says Charles Valinotti, senior vice president of insurer QBE. His company recently implemented a series of small environmental changes and the savings are adding up. "These are changes anyone could make in their own home. We just did it on a larger scale."

Here are four simple green changes inspired by QBE that could benefit any homeowner:

1. Recycle - and not just the obvious stuff.
Chances are, you're already recycling glass bottles and aluminum cans. But why stop there? Consider recycling before you throw anything away. You might also consider collecting aluminum cans and…
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 A surprise can be fun on some occasions, like your birthday. But when it comes to home repair emergencies, a surprise is the last thing you want - especially in these economically challenging times.

Unfortunately, this is a situation all too many homeowners find themselves in after a home emergency. Often they discover that a repair they assumed would be covered by their home insurance or local utility is actually their responsibility to fix.

From water and drainage systems to electrical and heating/cooling configurations, your home is a complex network of pipes, wires and electrical components that could require an emergency repair at any time.

An outside water pipe breaking or a sewer line collapsing can easily rank as a homeowners' worst nightmare;…
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Here's an article I found on the Denver Business Journal Website today, althrough originally written for by JP Donlan. Take it for what its worth.

 "In Chief Executive’s eighth annual survey of CEO opinion of Best and Worst States in which to do business, Texas easily clinched the No. 1 rank, the eighth successive time it has done so. California earns the dubious honor of being ranked dead last for the eighth consecutive year.

This year, 650 business leaders responded to our annual survey, up from 550 in 2011. CEOs were asked to grade states in which they do business among a variety of areas, including tax and regulation, quality of workforce and living environment. The Lone Star State was given high marks foremost for its

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