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  • Mile-High Meters

    Denver is placing 50 more donation meters along downtown streets to raise money to help the homeless

  • MIP Fight Enters Final Round

    The fight over a proposed increase in the mortgage insurance premium (MIP) charged by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) has again gone down to the wire.

  • COLORADO

    DENVER—Colorado’s low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) program for 2008 is likely to include a 5 percent increase in basis caps and some green building incentives, but otherwise hold to existing priorities.

  • NATIONWIDE

    Chicago—Locally based Capri Capital Partners, with its Capri Select Income II fund and an unidentified institutional investor, has acquired the majority of White Residential, LLC’s multifamily portfolio for $325 million. 

  • Development Leads Revitalization of OldDowntown

    AURORA, COLO. - Florence Square is the cornerstone in the revitalization of original downtown Aurora.

  • New Money for Complicated Deals

    The Greenbriar at Saddle Rock Apartments in Denver is getting $1.8 million in fresh paint and improvements, thanks to an acquisition and rehabilitation loan funded from the sale of collateralized debt obligations (CDOs), a relatively new financing tool that can bring Wall Street dollars to fund...

  • Mercy’s Wide Reach

    DENVER—Mercy Housing has been adding about a thousand units to its portfolio every year for the last five years.

  • Local Sharpshooter

    Denver - Mike Zoellner knows this town.

  • Improving Conditions Eyed for Denver

    About $1.7 billion in institutional product traded hands in 2006, making it a banner year, said David Martin, managing partner of the Denver office of Moran & Co.,

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