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Capitol Connection – March 9, 2018

Senate Bill 18-109: Authorize Audio-Video Communication Notarial Acts SB18-109, sponsored by Senator Gardner (R-Colorado Springs), Representative Garnett (D-Denver), and Representative Wist (R-Centennial) allows notaries public to perform notarial acts using audio-visual communication. The process is called remote notarization and it’s similar to a skype or face-time type of interaction where there is audio and video communication between the notary and...

Market conditions result in record-high median pricing

Market conditions result in record high median pricing levels in both Denver metro area and state as low inventory dominates housing discussion.   ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – March 12, 2018 – While housing hope springs eternal, inventory statistics across the state paint a different picture and have resulted in numerous record-high median pricing levels in Denver and across the state, according...
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Capitol Connection – February 23, 2018

Senate Bill 18-109: Authorize Audio-Video Communication Notarial Acts SB18-109, sponsored by Senator Gardner (R-Colorado Springs), Representative Garnett (D-Denver), and Representative Wist (R-Centennial) allows notaries public to perform notarial acts using audio-visual communication. The process is called remote notarization and it’s similar to a skype or face-time type of interaction where there is audio and video communication between the notary and...
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Capitol Connection – February 16, 2018

House Bill 18-1227: Real Estate Commission Flexibility in License Period HB18-1227, sponsored by Representative Herod (D-Denver), Representative Wist (R-Centennial), and Senator Cooke (R-Greeley), is a clean-up bill to the real estate sunset from 2017.  In the sunset bill, the expiration date of real estate licenses changed from an anniversary date to a calendar renewal on December 31st of the third...

How low can you go?

Homebuyers facing inventory supply levels never before seen in Colorado   ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – Feb. 12, 2018 – Housing affordability, a popular discussion from renters to REALTORS®, elected officials to economists, and many others across our state, is taking a back seat to the real housing conversation across most of Colorado – availability – or the lack thereof, according to...
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Capitol Connection – January 26, 2018

Senate Bill 18-015: Protecting Homeowners and Deployed Military SB18-015, sponsored by Senators Gardner (R-Colorado Springs) and Hill (R-Colorado Springs) and Representatives D. Williams (R-Colorado Springs) and Liston (R-Colorado Springs), allows for the removal of an unauthorized person (trespasser) from a residential property within 24 hours based on an affidavit from the true property owner. The rightful property owner is subject...
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Capitol Connection – January 2018

The Second Regular Session of the 71st General Assembly Kicks Off in 2018! The first gavel of the second session of the 71st General Assembly came down on Wednesday, January 10th.  The session is already off to a quick start with 179 bills introduced in the first week.  We expect this to be a busy year for property rights and...

Pueblo Market Remains Hot Through the Cold Months

Despite cooler temperatures, Pueblo, Colorado is still experiencing the effects of the housing market as they remain active through the seasonal cool down and prices continue to rise month over month.   CAR’s Housing Market Statistics showed that the median sales price for a single-family home rose from $184,600 in September to $190,110 in October.   Even though Pueblo is experiencing an...

KRDO Series – Home Sweet Expensive Home

Home sweet, expensive home: The hot Colorado housing market   With an influx of people and not enough houses to go around, home prices are at a high, making a competitive market for buyers.   “I’m seeing that that market is actually kind of on fire right now,” Colorado Association of Realtors spokesperson, Kelly Moye said. Moye has been watching...

More Than a Seasonal Slowdown?

Buyer interest remains however, low inventory, steady housing prices continue to dictate state’s housing market.   ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – Sept. 13, 2017 – While the number of potential buyers in Colorado’s housing market remains strong, traditional seasonal cooling, coupled with low inventory and steady median housing prices across the state, are defining the fall market according to the monthly statewide...