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Denver architecture: WPA Modernist

The primary goal of the Works Progress Administration (WPA), one of many 1930s New Deal relief and recovery programs, was to put people to work.  Most projects were designed to spend a majority of the funds on labor, not materials.  Addit...

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Movie Night at the TrailMark Park

Earlier this month Real Estate Broker Lori Ross sponsored and hosted Movie Night in the Park in TrailMark. As the event drew near, what began as a simple opportunity to provide a fun service as a realtor and to mingle with neighbors, started to...

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What Homeowners Should Know About Solar Panels

Increasing energy costs are spurring more homeowners to go solar, but an abundance of choices in the field can make the decision daunting. Help homeowners weigh the options with these five considerations. Key Takeaways: More efficient a...

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It Sucks to Be a Renter

According to the Bureau of Economic Analysis the metro Denver area has seen the 2 nd largest rent increases in the country from 2014 to 2019, with an increase of nearly 22%. Every measurement of rent in metro Denver for this year is showing ren...

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Denver architecture: Usonian

Typically associated with modern architecture of the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s, Usonia as a concept actually goes back to the turn of the twentieth century.  Conceived by Frank Lloyd Wright around 1900, Usonia was a design philosophy that evo...

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DMAR Real Estate Market Trends Report | OCT. ’21

September 2021 report shows that with a 10.86 percent increase in inventory, now is still a fiery hot time to buy in this market. After Realtors® felt a relative slow down and seasonal return in July and August, September felt back to t...

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Why No Help Is Getting to Tenants & Landlords

The Colorado Apartment Association reported that 97% of apartment renters paid their rent in July. The national average payment rate is 94.5%. And evictions in Colorado are down 52% from pre-Covid levels. According to U.S. Census Bureau estimat...

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