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  • Zillow bringing its direct homebuying program to Denver

    Second expansion this summer
    For the second time in less than a month, Zillow is expanding its direct homebuying program. Last month, the online real estate giant announced that it is planning to bring its direct buyer program to Atlanta. Now, the company is expanding again, announcing Wednesday that it is also planning to begin directly buying houses from sellers in the Denver area.
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  • Jumbo mortgage lender Eave launches in Colorado, promising “ethical mortgages”

    Offers complete underwrite and close within 21 days
    A new mortgage lender is launching in Colorado this week, promising to bring “ethical” mortgages to borrowers looking to buy high-priced real estate. Eave, which bills itself as a “revolutionary” lender, is launching in Colorado and offering jumbo mortgages to homebuyers in the state.
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  • HUD awards $132 million for revitalization of distressed neighborhoods

    Grants provided to Boston, Denver, St. Louis, Louisville, Camden
    Select areas in Boston; Denver; St. Louis; Louisville, Kentucky; and Camden, New Jersey are set to receive an massive influx of federal funding as the government seeks to revitalize “distressed” neighborhoods by turning dilapidated public housing units into new, mixed-income, mixed-use housing units.
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  • Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Welcome to 2016

    Let's take a look back and a look ahead
    Well, since you’re reading this, it appears that we all survived another New Year’s Eve. And whether you spent it crammed into Times Square like a sardine, hanging from the rafters at a secret underground rave, or sitting at home on your couch and consequently falling asleep before the ball dropped, it’s now time to get geared up for 2016. So here's a look back at how 2015 ended and what 2016 will hold, all in your Monday Morning Cup of Coffee.
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  • Denver’s marijuana boom pushing city into housing crisis

    Legalization of marijuana great for city’s economy, but not for housing
    The legalization of marijuana in the state of Colorado has had a positive impact on the state’s economy, but the state’s largest city is facing a housing crisis, as steeply rising home prices are pricing out much of the city’s population.
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