Polis issued a new eviction order, extending to July 13, 2020

by Brandon Ceglian, Ceglian Law Governor Polis strikes again….issuing a new eviction order on Saturday June 13, 2020.  The legislature frantically tried to extend the eviction moratorium but were unable to before the legislative session ended last week.  Accordingly, Governor Polis stepped in with what appears to be his final eviction moratorium order. This order…

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LATEST GOVERNOR EVICTION MORATORIUM ORDERS [COVID-UPDATE]

On Friday Governor Polis issued a new order (attached) extending the eviction moratorium an additional 15 days – to JUNE 15, 2020. The order is similar but not the same as the prior Order. It is the same as before in that it prohibits the “initiation and filing” of an eviction but staill does not state whether…

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Elevation Realty Managing Partner Steve Baldus Values Action in Real Estate - Investment Community of the Rockies

Whether it's skiing the Rockies, acquiring apartment buildings or managing properties in a hands-on style, Elevation Realty managing partner Steve Baldus favors action over endless negotiating with people who are all talk and little or no follow-through. During a career in commercial real estate sales and property appraising, Steve struggled with developing a mindset for…

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I Encourage You to Volunteer for ICOR

Member Volunteers are at the heart of ICOR‘s work. Without the contributions of volunteer time and expertise, ICOR simply could not provide the essential information and tools, vibrant community, and exceptional experiences that we all value so highly. Together, we accomplish remarkable things and move the real estate investing profession forward. I personally ask you to…

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The legacy of John Fisher

Help ICOR honor a great friend and investor As many of you know, ICOR lost a dear friend, mentor and supporter this past fall. John Fisher was a wonderful man who dedicated his life to helping others. In honor of that memory ICOR has decided to host an Investor Auction at the December monthly meetings.…

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