Homeowners insurance rate may force some families out of Colorado
By: Robert Davis - July 25, 2022
Craig Plazure and his wife, Morgan, describe themselves as two of the “lucky ones” who were able to buy a home in Colorado in August 2021. But after settling down and having two children, the family is wondering how long they’ll be able to stay in Colorado because of their rising homeowners insurance premiums. The […]
One year later, what has ‘functional zero’ veteran homelessness meant in Fremont County?
By: Robert Davis - May 31, 2022
In February 2021, Fremont County became the 12th community in the country to achieve “functional zero” for veteran homelessness, meaning that there are fewer veterans experiencing homelessness than Fremont County can house in a month. A year later, members of the county’s homeless service provider say the designation helped them expand their services and offers […]
Is Colorado’s housing market ready for crypto transactions?
By: Robert Davis - May 9, 2022
The owners of a pair of homes listed for sale in Colorado are asking for cryptocurrency in exchange for the properties, which raises the question about whether Colorado’s housing market is ready to embrace such transactions. One of the properties is a nearly 7,000-square-foot penthouse located at 2245 Blake St. in downtown Denver that is […]