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    Shopping For Denver CO Real Estate

    Is it time to purchase a new home? If so, you will want to follow some simple tips to make sure that you end up with the house that is perfect for you and your family. Continue reading to learn some information that you can use as you start shopping for Denver CO real estate. One of the first things you should do is think about what you want in a home. How many bedrooms do you want? What about the number of bathrooms? Is there a certain amount of square footage you would like? Do you want a one story or two story house? There are many different things…

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    Denver homeowners caught in affordable housing quagmire now finding insurance claim denials in their mailboxes

    Neil O’Toole poses for a portrait at his home in Green Valley Ranch on March 5, 2018. O’Toole bought his Green Valley Ranch home in 2016, not realizing it was part of the city’s affordable housing program. He paid more than he should have and he wasn’t income qualified. Now he may be forced to move, while also taking a loss on the home. Title companies who insured Denver homebuyers when they bought income-restricted housing they weren’t qualified to own are now telling those people they are on their own in dealing with the fallout. As claim denial letters land in local mailboxes, Denver officials are doubling down on calls…

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    Infamous Colorado Springs landlord sells last apartments

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Seven apartment complexes that were owned by a Colorado Springs landlord we’ve reported on in the past were sold Thursday to a Denver-based realty firm. Todd Ragan represented the selling side in the deal with Nexus Commercial Realty, LLC, who represented the buyer, Slipstream Properties of Denver. The Ragans have been the subjects of multiple Target 13 investigations into their practices. Multiple tenants had filed complaints against them at numerous complexes across the city over the past few years. One report last year found that Terry Ragan was responsible for 80 percent of the city’s code violations. RELATED STORIES: Victims living with intense mold, landlord refuses…

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    Colorado girl seriously injured in bear attack outside home

    387017 03: Two black bears face off March 22, 2001 at the Denver Zoo in Denver, CO. (Photo by Michael Smith/Newsmakers) GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (AP) – A 5-year-old Colorado girl is hospitalized with serious injuries after she was attacked by a bear outside her home. The attack happened early Sunday near Grand Junction, about 240 miles (386 kilometers) west of Denver. The girl’s mother told state wildlife officers that her daughter went outside around 2:30 a.m. to investigate noises she thought might be related to her dog. The mother said she then heard screaming and went out to find her daughter being dragged by a large black bear. She says…

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    Death and Co, award-winning New York City cocktail bar, opening Denver location

    Just 1 percent of the homes started in metro Denver in the first quarter were priced below $300,000, down from 3 percent in the first quarter of 2017, according to Metrostudy, which tracks new home construction in the region and other big cities. The numbers include new single-family homes, town homes and condominiums. And it isn’t because construction is taking a breather. Builders are ramping up this year, with new home starts 14 percent higher in the first quarter than they were a year earlier. That marks the second consecutive quarter of double-digit gains, according to Metrostudy.

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    Going, going, almost gone. New homes for under $300,000 disappearing from metro Denver

    Denver Post file Home for sale in Denver. The days of buying a home in the Denver metro area for under $300,000 are all but gone. Just 1 percent of the homes started in metro Denver in the first quarter were priced below $300,000, down from 3 percent in the first quarter of 2017, according to Metrostudy, which tracks new home construction in the region and other big cities. The numbers include new single-family homes, town homes and condominiums. And it isn’t because construction is taking a breather. Builders are ramping up this year, with new home starts 14 percent higher in the first quarter than they were a year…

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    Jeep stolen during armed carjacking in Denver

    DENVER — A dark gray Jeep Compass was stolen during an armed carjacking on Tuesday morning, the Denver Police Department said. The incident happened at the Denver Denzien apartments in the 400 block of South Cherokee Street near the Alameda RTD light rail station about 9 a.m. Police said the Jeep was taken by a white male suspect in his 40s. No other description was released. The Jeep has a Colorado license plate of DDO-486. It’s not known if there were any injuries. Anyone who sees the vehicle is asked to call 911. Source Article

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    In the Pipeline: Ascent Living to Open in Denver, CA Senior Living Breaks Ground Near Pittsburgh

    In the Pipeline is brought to you by the Senior Housing News Architecture & Design Awards. Sign up for the SHN Architecture & Design Newsletter from SHN for updates on architecture and design trends, the annual SHN Awards Competition. Construction: Planned Focus Property Group, Ascent Living Planning Denver Community Property investor and developer Focus Property Group and senior living owner and operator Ascent Living Communities are teaming up to open a senior living community in Denver’s Hilltop neighborhood. The property, which is yet to be named, will have more than 200 independent living, assisted living and memory care apartments on three levels. Planned amenities include a fitness and yoga center,…

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    Yes, There’s A Denver Fashion Scene. Fashion Week Is Here To Flaunt It On The Runway

    Denver fashion designer Duane Topping at his Wheat Ridge workspace, March 8, 2018. Topping, who runs Toppings Designs with his wife, took up sewing and fashion design after he retired from the U.S. Army in 2012. Denver Fashion Weekend started 10 years ago as what 303 Magazine editor-in-chief Brittany Werges called “a crazy, creative avant-garde hair show.” Those early fashion weekends weren’t all that inauspicious when you take into account the Mile High City’s old reputation. “For a long time, I think people really thought of Denver as just a yoga pants town,” Werges says. “But there are a lot of creatives here creating really beautiful clothes… We’ve had a…

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    Boulder mall favorite Ibashi-I latest victim of city’s housing crunch

    Ibashi-I performs his stretching routine on the Pearl Street Mall in Boulder on Wednesday. For more photos go to dailycamera.com. Paul Aiken Staff Photographer March 7 2018 Well-known Pearl Street Mall contortionist Ibashi-I is in a bind that he is going to need some help escaping. Ibashi-I, known to many simply as “Bashi” — given name Mitford Theodore Brown — is facing the prospect of homelessness by the end of this month. The house in north Boulder where he has a room is being sold, and the half- dozen tenants who live there need to be out by March 31.