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RSVP for the Project Wildfire Kick-Off Event

Project Wildfire is a REALTOR® initiative designed to reduce and/or prevent the destruction of land, property and lives by raising awareness and educating residents throughout our state. We are working in partnership with other like-minded fire prevention organizations across our state to bring education and awareness, as well as access to resources directly to residents in their communities. Colorado REALTORS® continue...

Capitol Connection: May 8, 2015

Sine Die! Wednesday, May 6th, the final gavel came down on the first session of the 70th General Assembly.  In total, 682 bills were introduced.  CAR tracked 71 bills this year and took a position on 36 of them.  A split Legislature this year with Republicans controlling the Senate and Democrats controlling the House meant every bill sent to the Governor...

Capitol Connection: May 1, 2015

CALL FOR ACTION- OPPOSE Senate Bill 284 The Legislative Policy Committee (LPC) OPPOSES SB15-284, Voter Approval TIF Payments Ag Land, by Senate President Bill Cadman (R-Colorado Springs), Senate Majority Leader Mark Scheffel (R-Parker), Representative Ed Vigil (D-San Luis) and Representative Paul Lundeen (R-Monument).  This legislation is designed specifically to kill the Gaylord Rockies Hotel and Conference Center. The late bill purports...

Capitol Connection: April 17, 2015

Senate Bill 177- Construction Defects Reform PASSED the Senate SB15-177, HOA Construction Defect Lawsuit Approval Timelines, passed the Senate on 3rd reading this week with bipartisan support on a vote of 24-11.  We are expecting it to be introduced in the House in the coming days.  Please click here to urge your State Representatives to allow SB 177 a Fair Hearing in...

Capitol Connection: April 3, 2015

SB 210 Title Insurance Commission The Legislative Policy Committee (LPC) voted to SUPPORT SB15-210, Title Insurance Commission, by Senator Laura Woods (R-Arvada) and Representative Jeni Arndt (D-Fort Collins).  The bill creates the Title Insurance Commission in the Division of Insurance (division) in the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) as a Type 1 agency for the purposes of: proposing, advising, and recommending rules,...

Capitol Connection: March 13, 2015

Tell your legislators to Support SB177! Urge your State Legislators to SUPPORT SENATE BILL 177—Fix the Defect in Colorado’s Construction Law A big hurdle to building more entry-level housing is a defect in state law that exposes homebuilders and homeowners to a high risk of expensive, time-consuming litigation. It is referred to as the construction defects law. It has created a climate...

Captiol Connection: February 27, 2015

CALL FOR ACTION- Support Senate Bill 177 We still need participants in the Call for Action to urge your State Legislators to SUPPORT SB15-177, HOA Construction Defect Lawsuit Approval Timelines.  If you did not receive this email, or you would like to be able to forward this alert to your colleagues/clients/etc., please click here. CAR is a member of the Homeownership Opportunity...

Capitol Connection: May 9, 2014

Sine Die! Wednesday, May 7, the final gavel came down on the second session of the 69th General Assembly.  In total, 621 bills were introduced.  CAR tracked 66 bills this year and took a position on 32 of them.  As we are busy preparing for the 2014 elections, many are noting the bipartisan nature of a large majority of the bills...

Capitol Connection: April 4, 2014

HB 1254 Regarding HOA Fees, Including Transfer Fees, Passes Its Final Vote CAR supported HB14-1254, Concerning a requirement to disclose fees charged to a unit owners’ association by a community association manager, passed its final hurdle as the House concurred with the Senate’s amendments and voted to repass HB-1254. The bill requires a licensed community association manager who provides services for...