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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.


    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.


    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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