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CAR Announce Legislators of the Year for 2022

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – The Colorado Association of REALTORS® (CAR), the state’s largest real estate trade association representing more than 30,000 members statewide, has announced Representative Shannon Bird (D-Westminster), and Representative Marc Snyder (D-Manitou Springs) as its “Legislators of the Year” for 2022. As a part of its annual recognition program, CAR extended thanks to Governor Jared Polis and honored Eleni...

‘Functional Zero’ Homeless Veteran Status Achieved in Fremont County

There are fewer than three veterans experiencing homelessness on any given night in Fremont County, thanks in part to a designation they received from Built for Zero, Community Solutions. The designation helped homeless organizations in the county expand their services. Some of the risk factors for homelessness are scarce and expensive housing. The median sales price for a home in...

“Unprecedented” and “shocking,” REALTORS® running out of ways to describe state’s record low housing inventory

ENGLEWOOD, CO – Despite a nice, but expected seasonal uptick in the number of new listings that came to the Colorado housing market in January, a strong month of pending/under contract activity quickly gobbled up available inventory, once again keeping active buyers pushing the limits of their budgets and patience, according to the January data from the Colorado Association of...

Denver Post: Combining work and pleasure, buyers snapped up vacation homes in a big way during pandemic

Routt County was Colorado’s hottest vacation-home market, the National Association of REALTORS® found “As we enter the month of June, buyers and their agents are hopeful for more inventory — reminiscent of thoughts we have about snow — when it is going to come and how much we are going to get?” said Steamboat Springs-area REALTOR® Marci Valicenti, in separate...
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Capitol Connection – March 5, 2021

Government Affairs Update This week, the Colorado Association of REALTORS® is happy to announce that CAR’s Century of Opportunity campaign is moving forward, and three of our four homeownership opportunity bills are introduced and will be discussed by the legislature. We will continue to update you on the progress of these bills and won’t stop until homeownership is an opportunity...

Lessons Learned From Two Forks Applied to Expansion of Gross Reservoir

By Jeff Martin, PE, Project Manager, Denver Water Engineering Division COLLABORATIVE APPROACH WILL BENEFIT WATERSHEDS ON WESTERN AND EASTERN SLOPES Denver Water’s Gross Reservoir Expansion Project will raise the dam 131 feet; nearly tripling the capacity of a reservoir that plays a vital role in its ability to reliably provide water to 1.4 million people in Denver and many of...
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Garfield County housing looking less affordable to open the year

Townhouses, condos and duplexes in portions of the Roaring Fork and Colorado River valleys sold at higher median sales prices to open 2019, according to the Colorado Association of REALTORS®. ### In Carbondale, for the months of January and February, the median sales price for the townhouse-condo category jumped 21.1 percent when put alongside last year’s data spanning the same...
Glenwood Springs Colorado USA-June 20 2015. Aerial view of downtown Gleenwood Springs in the summer.

REALTORS® foresee decline despite strong GarCo market

Garfield County stands as a bright spot in the Colorado real estate market, which is dipping across the state, but the strong sales numbers may not last long. ### The number of Garfield County single-family home listings sold in September rose 5.9 percent compared to September 2017, while statewide single-family home sales dipped 15.2 percent in the same period. ###...