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REALTOR.com Ranks Colorado Springs in Top 10 of “Most Promising Places to Live”

Every year, REALTOR.com® looks into 32,000 zip codes to see what the hottest areas are.   After looking at various factors, they determined that these are the 10 steamiest zips of 2018:   * It's a prosperous place for young adults (millennials). * The homes here are relatively affordable. * There's a good employment rate.   With a median listing price of $297,811 and job growth up by 2.6%, Colorado...

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Colorado Gives Day: Tuesday, December 4th

COLORADO GIVES DAY ### Colorado Gives Day is an annual statewide movement to celebrate and increase philanthropy in Colorado through online giving. We invite you to join us on Tuesday, December 4, 2018 and donate to the Colorado Association of REALTORS® Foundation. Over the span of 25 years, The CAR Foundation has invested $7.7 million to support Colorado nonprofits that encourage safe and...

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Colorado Gives Day and CAR Foundation Updates

COLORADO GIVES DAY Colorado Gives Day is an annual statewide movement to celebrate and increase philanthropy in Colorado through online giving. We invite you to join us on Tuesday, December 4, 2018 and donate to the Colorado Association of REALTORS® Foundation. Over the span of 25 years, The CAR Foundation has invested $7.7 million to support Colorado nonprofits that encourage safe...

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Priced out: Fort Collins home sales slow as prices soar beyond $400,000

Frustrated by high housing costs in Fort Collins and Larimer County? You're in good company. According to the Colorado Association of REALTORS®, homes listed in Larimer County this year have sold for a median $405,000 this year, making the county the 16th-most expensive of Colorado's 64 counties in which to buy a home. Through May, 2,045 homes were sold in Larimer County, a 9 percent...

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CHFA Unveils New Loan Program for First-Time Homebuyers

For Immediate Release Monday, June 26, 2017   Contact: Megan Herrera, 303.297.7407 mherrera@chfainfo.com   CHFA Unveils New Loan Program for First-Time Homebuyers   (DENVER) – Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA) announced today the rollout of a new home mortgage loan program for first-time homebuyers, qualified veterans, and non-first time buyers in targeted areas. The 30-year, fixed-rate loan program is called CHFA FirstStepsm and is expected to offer...

Capitol Connection: May 30, 2014

Legislative Webcast Update You can’t afford to miss this update!  CAR’s Legislative Team provides a comprehensive review of legislative activity this year.  Topics include: Tax credits for natural disasters and wildfire mitigation, mineral estates, foreclosures, home inspector licensing, contractor retainage, affordable housing, construction defects and more!  Click here to view this webcast.   REALTOR® Party Convention and Trade Expo Thank you so much to those of...

Capitol Connection: April 18, 2014

HB 1136 Signed by the Governor CAR initiated HB 14-1136, which effectively provides a state licensing agency, such as the Real Estate Commission, the authority to approve education programs from providers of CE toward its licensees without an additional layer of approval from the Department of Higher Education.  The legislation also removes the restriction of membership among trade associations offering education...

Capitol Connection: March 7, 2014

HB 1136 Regulation of Continuing Professional Education CAR sponsored HB14-1136, Concerning exempting a continuing professional education program that is approved by a state professional licensing board from regulation by the division of private occupational schools in the department of higher education, passed its first committee hearing this week, advancing from the House Committee on Education to the Committee of the Whole. ...