SB 14-220 Runs out of Time

Written by: on Wednesday, May, 7th, 2014

As quick as SB 14-220 was introduced, it was declared dead almost as fast.  After passing out of the Senate Committee on State, Veterans and Military Affairs on a 3-2 vote, it was referred to the Judiciary Committee where, given the lack of time remaining in the session, the Committee declined to schedule the bill [Read More...]

Construction Defect Bill Introduced

Written by: on Thursday, May, 1st, 2014

In situations like this, I am reminded with the issues of instantaneous communications.  Shortly after we posted a blog indicating that the Construction Defect bill had not been introduced, it was.  Late yesterday SB 14-220 was introduced to the Senate.  As drafted, the bill has three components.  The first prohibits the association from amending its [Read More...]

CONSTRUCTION DEFECT REFORM BILL STILL NOT INTRODUCED

Written by: on Wednesday, April, 30th, 2014

Among political maneuvering and complaints of delay from bill sponsors, a construction defect reform bill aimed at sparking construction of condominium units and transit oriented developments has not yet been introduced.  With the legislative session officially ending on May 7, 2014, introduction and passage this year is in doubt. According to the Denver Business Journal, [Read More...]

2014 Colorado Legislative Tracking Report

Written by: on Tuesday, April, 29th, 2014

2014 Colorado Legislative Tracking Report– Updated April 29, 2014

Colorado Real Estate Market Favors Sellers

Written by: on Monday, April, 28th, 2014

The Denver Post reports that Colorado is currently experiencing one of the best real estate markets in the country.  At least that is the case for sellers.  Homes in the Denver metro area are among the fastest selling in the nation.  Joining Denver with the fastest moving sales in the nation are Oakland, San Jose, [Read More...]