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  • US Mega-Builders Hold Mineral Rights Under New Homes

    A Reuters special report says production builders in dozens of states are “hoarding” the rights to oil, gas, and other mineral resources in the ground under the new homes they sell — often without the knowledge of home buyers.

  • Are Lawyers Crushing The Condo Market In Denver?

    Big builders and developers are bowing out of the condo business in Denver, Colorado. Is it because of the out-of-control construction defect lawsuits?

  • Home Price Rises Moderate

    The housing market still has momentum, according to the latest numbers. But the price rises appear to be slowing.

  • Connecting the Dots

    Creating urban, affordable, and energyconscious developments is not just a career for Jonathan F.P. Rose, it's a lifelong passion.

  • TCAP Pushes Denver Project Forward

    Community Housing Concepts, Inc. (CHC), has purchased and preserved the affordability of a 100-unit seniors housing development after working on the deal for years.

  • Mercy Housing Unveils Five-Year Plan

    DENVER—Mercy Housing announced an ambitious five-year plan that will guide the nonprofit toward developing, preserving, and financing 60,000 affordable multifamily rental homes.

  • Murphy Builds a National Power

    DENVER Sister Lillian Murphy easily recalls many of the families that have found a second chance at one of Mercy Housing's many developments.

  • In the News

    Stringent new energy code offers flexibility; company fined for breaking FTC’s R-value rule; Denver’s moratorium on fees pays off; PV-panel prices decline; more

  • Ride On

    AT THE TIME OF ITS groundbreaking in 1998, Highlands Garden Village in Denver was hailed by the Congress for New Urbanism (CNU) as a next-generation example of high-density, transit-linked, mixed-income, mixed-use, and environmentally-sustainable community development.

  • POAH Focuses on Policy

    DENVER—The deteriorating housing market of Florida recently became an important backdrop for Boston-based Preservation of Affordable Housing, Inc. (POAH), on a twofold basis.