The Denver City Council approved an ordinance creating a $150 million fund for affordable housing. The fund is intended to create or preserve 600 units each year for ten years. City property owners will be charged an additional half mill, equating $12 a year on a home worth $300,000, which will bring in about $6.5 million in its first year. In addition, developers will pay an impact fee (aka a linkage fee) that will increase the price of a new home by $1,500 per unit and add thousands of dollars to commercial projects. The City will kick in $5 million from its general fund reserves, including $1.5 million from marijuana taxes.
- Webinar: Intro to IRES - Mar 26, 2018A brief, online introduction to IRESis
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- Automate Client Searches with Email & Mysite - Mar 28, 2018Everything you ever wanted to know about Prospects, including how to save a search, so it will automatically email new matches to your clients (and copy you). Also, how to set up MySite, the system-generated website for your client to view and rate prospect results.
- IRESis Contracts & Docusign Basics - Mar 29, 2018Learn to use the Contracts system on IRESis. Complete the screens necessary to create a contract, print and email contracts, use Templates and the helper tabs. Also covers the Admin screen and how to edit Contract Branding and add Office Clauses. A basic overview of DocuSign is included.
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