Real Estate News"> Real Estate News en-us Apartment complex in Fort Collins sells for 39 million FORT COLLINS - Boulder County couple Jeff and Mindy Sanders this month paid 39 million to purchase the 240-unit Terra Vida apartment complex in southeast Fort Collins.The deal came a little more than a month after the pair sold 116 apartments at the Uptown Broadway development in Boulder for 26.9 million.The... Mon, 21 Apr 2014 14:42:00 EST Do your answers get you in trouble? One way salespeople get themselves in trouble is by rushing to answer a prospectrsquos question hellip before they uncover the intent thatrsquos driving that question. The question you hear is probably not the real question, and the intent behind that question is far more important than the surface meaning of the... Thu, 17 Apr 2014 16:18:00 EST Income not keeping up with increasing rental rates Forget 30 percent of your household income going toward rent and utilities. If you're renting in Boulder or Fort Collins, the figure is leaving 30 percent in the dust.A report released this week by real estate website and compiled for the New York Times showed that median rent as a percentage of the median... Wed, 16 Apr 2014 17:19:00 EST Fort Collins mall amendment tabled until May 6 FORT COLLINS ndash Fort Collins City Council Tuesday voted 5-1 to table until May 6 the matter of an amendment to the public financing agreement for the redevelopment of the Foothills mall, which would allow developer Alberta Development Partners to issue bonds earlier than previously agreed upon, signed in January. Wed, 16 Apr 2014 00:17:00 EST Home listings up slightly from February to March The area housing market experienced a boost in the number of single-family detached home listings from February to March but is still down significantly from the same month a year ago in most communities as the total number of sales also lags.Boulder, Fort Collins, Longmont, GreeleyEvans and LovelandBerthoud all had... Mon, 14 Apr 2014 17:45:00 EST McWhinney launches residential development at Centerra LOVELAND ndash Loveland-based developer McWhinney has started construction on The Lakes at Centerra, a residential community north of Highway 34 and east of Boyd Lake Avenue in Loveland.The 300-acre site will include 791 homes at full build-out, according to a release from McWhinney.Homes will be priced... Tue, 08 Apr 2014 17:20:00 EST Developers plan restaurant in former feed supply building FORT COLLINS - Developers closed recently on the 1.1 million purchase of the Northern Colorado Feeders Supply building at 359 Linden St. in Fort Collins, helping pave the way for construction to begin on redevelopment of the site early next month.Feeders Supply LLC - a joint entity formed by developers Jon Prouty and Alex... Mon, 07 Apr 2014 17:06:00 EST Industrial property in Milliken sells for 3.6M MILLIKEN - Bayou Workover Services LLC, a Texas-based company that provides well site services to oil and gas companies, has purchased an industrial building in Millken for 3.6 million.The building encompasses 127,865 square feet of industrial warehouse space and 3,740 square feet of office space on 23.32 acres. The... Wed, 02 Apr 2014 14:10:00 EST Poudre Trail reopens ahead of schedule FORT COLLINS ndash The City of Fort Collins announced today that the Poudre Trail, which was closed between Lincoln and Lemay avenues during construction of the new WoodWard Inc. headquarters, has re-opened six weeks earlier than expected.The trail, which has been closed since Oct. 1, 2013, will remain an active... Tue, 25 Mar 2014 15:00:00 EST Westminster investor buys Chappelow Square in Evans EVANS ndash Westminster-based JampH Management LLC, an entity led by investor Hyung Lee, paid 1.84 million recently to purchase the Chappelow Square shopping center at 3230 23rd Ave. JampH bought the eight-unit, 17,500-square-foot retail building from Greenwood Village-based Western Skies Associates LLC. Jerry... Mon, 24 Mar 2014 15:37:00 EST Fort Collins, Boulder companies register to grow hemp FORT COLLINS - Several companies in Northern Colorado and the Boulder Valley have registered to grow hemp, a variety of the cannabis plant that can be refined into textiles, biofuel, paper and other products. Since Colorado voters passed Amendment 64 in November, growing hemp became legal along with the retail sale and... Fri, 21 Mar 2014 17:14:00 EST Water prices create woes for affordable development Deviations in the way water prices are determined by area water districts could keep affordable real estate development out of some of Coloradorsquos fastest-growing areas.Many water districts in Colorado, including East Larimer County Water District and Fort Collins Utilities, charge for raw water based on a tiered... Wed, 19 Mar 2014 18:03:00 EST Bipartisan bill would reward energy efficiency in home loans Yoursquove found your dream home, crunched the numbers and decided you can swing the monthly payments. The only problem is that your debt-to-income ratio is a shade too high to comply with new mortgage lending rules that went into effect in January with the federal Dodd-Frank Act.If that home you covet is more energy... Wed, 19 Mar 2014 17:47:00 EST HUD puts 10M into state's public housing WASHINGTON - The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development said Wednesday it will award 10.1 million in grants to public-housing authorities in Colorado to be used for large-scale improvements.Among the 42 public-housing authorities in the state to receive grants are Boulder Housing Partners, 425,603 Fort Collins... Wed, 19 Mar 2014 14:11:00 EST Blue Ocean invests 5 million in St. Renatus FORT COLLINS - St. Renatus LLC today announced that it has received 5 million in additional funding to help the company complete the new drug application submission to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for its nasal mist anesthetic.The money was invested by Blue Ocean, a company founded by Otterbox founder Curt... Wed, 19 Mar 2014 13:26:00 EST