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Real estate ownership in Colorado is booming, and while that’s great for the economy, it also means real estate development is encroaching on previously wild lands. While building disrupts animal habitat, many species are thriving in urban and...

Historically, when real property changed ownership, the seller brought the buyer a handful of dirt from the land to symbolize that the title was transferred. Now, instead of dirt, legal documents called deeds are used to convey the title of real...

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Many people have at least a cursory understanding of real estate laws as they apply to residential properties, either from a purchase or sale or even from leasing a residential property. While it may seem logical that these same basic legal...

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When a real estate market is hot – and Denver’s is steaming – it’s not unusual for home appraisals to come in lower than expected. That’s often because appraisals can’t keep up with how quickly homes are selling.

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In Colorado, with one notable exception, property managers are required to obtain a real estate license. Many of the duties of a traditional property manager fall under the Colorado Real Estate Commission’s (CREC) definition of real estate...

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Real estate agents don’t receive an upfront payment from the seller of a home they represent. Instead, they receive a percentage of the sales price in the form of a commission. While commission percentages follow a general rule, they are not set...

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If you are involved in a real estate transaction, you likely need to consult with a real estate lawyer. Not only do real property transactions generally involve valuable assets, but real estate is a particularly complicated area of law. 

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