Trump Declares June National Homeownership Month

* Attend our June monthly meeting to learn more about "Taxes in a Trump World". We will have Tracey Wilson, Vice President of IPX1031, speaking to attendees about personal & corporate tax changes and why understanding the tax implications on your financial decisions is so important. Click on your city below for full meeting details:…

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Measure to Spur Condo Construction Finally Passes, but it’s not a “Magic Bullet”

(DENVER POST) - Now that state lawmakers have passed the first measure in years to abate construction-related lawsuits against condo builders, new developments should start sprouting across the metro area like so many spring flowers. Right? Not so fast, says Home Builders Association of Denver CEO Jeff Whiton. House Bill 1279, which stipulates that legal action against a…

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Colorado Taxes: Cuts to Property Taxes Isn't as Deep as Expected

(DENVER POST) - A statewide property tax cut affecting all Colorado homeowners and virtually all levels of government may not be as deep as initially expected. Under a proposed change to how the state calculates its tax rates, residential property taxes may only decrease by about half of what was initially expected, a dramatic shift that could stave off more…

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Mandated Rooftop Gardens Could be on Your November Ballot

(DENVER POST) - Denver’s status as one of the nation’s most intense urban heat islands has spurred a group of activists to propose a “green roofs” ballot initiative — a measure that could animate environmentalists while mobilizing developers to fight it. But the people behind the initiative, which would require gardens atop most new buildings…

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Construction Bill Dies at the Capitol

(DENVER POST) - A bill that would have given a developer the right to repair a construction error before being sued by a homeowner died in committee Wednesday, becoming the first of a series of legislative measures introduced this year meant to reform Colorado’s construction defects law to meet its end. House Bill 1169 failed to…

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