Boulder: Regional Housing Partnership’s Strategies for Diverse Housing

Recently Betsey Martens (Boulder Housing Partners) and Leslie Durgen (Boulder Chamber of Commerce) provided an overview of the Boulder County Regional Housing Partnership’s latest draft of Priorities and Strategies for Ensuring a Diverse Housing Inventory (PASFEADI) for BARA and LAR members. The Partnership is comprised primarily of local government agencies and housing authorities. According toContinue reading “Boulder: Regional Housing Partnership’s Strategies for Diverse Housing”

Colorado Association of REALTORS: Legislative Update

The Legislative Policy Committee adopted the following positions at its March 3rd meeting. HB-1187 “Change Excess State Revenues Cap Growth Factor” Position – Support.  This bill modifies the excess state revenues cap by allowing an annual adjustment for an increase based on the average annual change of Colorado personal income over the last 5 years,Continue reading “Colorado Association of REALTORS: Legislative Update”

Colorado: Initiative Would Cap Front Range Growth

A Golden man’s attempt to cap new growth along the Front Range is one example of why Amendment 71, which makes it harder to change the constitution, is a good idea. Daniel Hayes, who authored a similar measure in Golden years ago, has submitted an initiative for the 2018 ballot. His proposed constitutional amendment would,Continue reading “Colorado: Initiative Would Cap Front Range Growth”

Loveland: Loveland is Growing

According to the State Demographer, Larimer County is the sixth largest county in Colorado. It is also the sixth fastest growing county in our state. In a presentation to the City Council last month, the demographer said Loveland’s population grew 8.9 percent from 2014 (67,406) to 2015 (72,983). The only towns entirely within the CountyContinue reading “Loveland: Loveland is Growing”