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New Village Cooperative Senior Housing Coming To Colorado Springs, CO

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., April 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — On Tuesday, April 17th , 2018, Real Estate Equities Development, LLC announced plans for its newest Village Cooperative community, which will be the first owner-occupied senior housing cooperative in Colorado Springs, CO. Senior cooperative housing communities originally began in Minnesota in the 1970s and have had a […]

Colorado Springs Movers & Shakers: Robyn Flak

Robyn Flak, a longtime real estate agent with experience in home staging and interior design, has acquired the Real Deals home decor and women’s fashion boutique franchise for Colorado Springs at 5566 N. Academy Blvd. She has been an agent with Jillian Properties for four years and spent nine years with Vantage Homes, both in […]

3 Colorado Springs D11 Schools Named ‘Centers of Excellence’

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO — Three Colorado Springs District 11 schools were recognized by the state department of education for exceptional student academic growth among schools with a high percentage of at-risk pupils. The Centers of Excellence Schools award was given to 54 schools in the state with a student population of at least 75-percent at-risk […]

Existing-Home Sales Come Up Short

Existing-home sales came up short in January, at their lowest in more than three years, the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) reports. Sales decreased 3.2 percent to 5.38 million, a 4.8 percent decrease from one year prior. Inventory, however, increased 4.1 percent to 1.52 million—but remains 9.5 percent lower than one year prior. “The utter […]

Man pleads guilty to killing liquor store owner in Colorado Springs

Phinehas Daniels, 18 Colo. Springs, CO – A man has pleaded guilty to murdering a liquor store owner in Colorado Springs. Phinehas Daniels pleaded guilty Wednesday to second-degree murder in connection to Donat Herr’s death. He also pleaded guilty to several robbery charges. Herr was killed last February during a robbery at his business, Empire […]

Colorado’s superintendents want (a lot) more money for schools and a new way to divvy it up

Colorado’s superintendents want to change how the state distributes money to school districts – but only if voters are willing to approve a $1.7 billion tax increase for education. The new formula would give more money to school districts whose students have more needs, but without more money in the pot, many districts would actually […]