Colorado Association of REALTORS Spring Meetings

I am very lucky to have been voted as the Northeast District Chairman for the Colorado Association of REALTORS a year ago, and I was able to fulfill my first duties of that position last week in Vail. We spent 3 days in the beautiful town of Vail, discussing the issues that are affecting our clients throughout the Northeast District (Logan County, Fort Collins, Boulder, Longmont, Greeley, Estes Park, Loveland/Berthoud, and Northern Colorado Commercial).

The Vail Four Seasons – The Conference Was Held Here

There were someĀ interesting take aways, one of which isĀ that in the Denver area, 68% of all housing on the market is above $400,000. Also, they are going to make the criteria for being a managing broker of an office (my position here at Windermere Fort Collins) more stringent. Which I think is a GREAT idea for brokers and you all as clients.

The biggest win that we had so far this year is in regards to construction defects, Colorado House Bill 1279 has passed a preliminary vote which is great news for people who are looking to purchase in the lower end of the market (condos and townhomes). Builders may finally have the ability to build these types of properties which are SO NEEDED with prices increasing so significantly in the last couple of years. So that was great news.

It is a pleasure to serve our State Association, and hopefully this brings back some value to my clients here in Northern Colorado. Have a great week and if you need anything please feel free to give me a call or shoot me an email!

Posted on May 1, 2017 at 1:28 pm
Paul Hunter | Category: Real Estate | Tagged , , , , , ,

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