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Font Resize Foreclosure filings were down 50.5 percent in Colorado metro counties in May, falling year over year to the lowest level recorded during May in any year since the Colorado Division of Housing began collecting monthly totals in 2007. In
Font Resize The number of home loans paid off in Colorado was up 31.4 percent from the first quarter of 2012 to the first quarter of 2013, according to a report released Tuesday by the Colorado Division of Housing. According to the report, public
According to a report released Wednesday by the Colorado Division of Housing, foreclosure filings in Colorado metropolitan counties dropped from 2,056 in February 2012 to 1,160 in February 2013. At the same time, foreclosure auction sales in Colorado'
Font Resize Anne-Marie Cory and her partner spent the better part of a year looking for a dream home in Longmont that fit their budget. They had the property under contract when they discovered that a former occupant had been a methamphetamine smoker.
Font Resize The Denver Post Foreclosure filings in Colorado metro counties were down 24.9 percent in January year-over-year, the lowest level during any January in seven years, according to a report released Thursday by the Colorado Division of
Font Resize The number of home loans paid off in Colorado was up 49.1 percent from the fourth quarter of 2011 to the fourth quarter of 2012, and they were also up 29.4 percent measuring the full year of 2012 compared to 2011, the Colorado Division
Font Resize The vacancy rate for Colorado apartments was down during the fourth quarter of 2012, with the statewide composite vacancy rate falling to 5.2 percent, according to a report released Wednesday by the Colorado Division of Housing. The
Foreclosure activity in Colorado and in El Paso County has dropped back to pre-recession levels, according to a report released Wednesday by the Colorado Division of Housing. Foreclosure auction sales in Colorado last year fell 18.9 percent from 2011.
The Pikes Peak region's housing market showed signs of life in 2012. Homebuilding, sales and prices all rose after having slumped for five to six years, while foreclosures declined. Renters paid higher rents, in part, because apartments were in
The first chunk of money from Colorado's portion of a massive national settlement with mortgage lenders is helping purchase a low-income housing project near a FasTracks commuter-rail line. The nonprofit Urban Land Conservancy bought the Villas at