- The decision to buy a house is often driven by milestones such as the birth of a child or a new job. Those drivers didn’t disappear because of the pandemic.
- Colorado's monthly unemployment drop was among the largest in the country. But it's not all good news.
- The new high is a 30 percent jump from the same time last year.
- Colorado set new records in the price of houses sold and in how many switched hands.
- A company’s debt from a PPP loan can qualify for forgiveness if at least 60 percent of the money was used for payroll. But first, business owners have to prove that.
- Homes sales in metro Denver surged in July as pent-up demand and a lack of choices pushed buyers to make a deal.
- Even though offices were allowed to reopen at 50 percent capacity in early May, the vast majority of businesses are still offering remote work options.
- The Colorado Tavern League, which represents over 200 bars and restaurants across the state, sued the state earlier this month over an order that required bars to stop selling alcohol at 10 p.m.
- The lawsuit was filed by the Colorado Tavern League, which represents over 200 bars and restaurants across the state.
- It’s simply too early to say how jobs were impacted, leading to a flawed approach to interpreting the data
- Details include limiting the number of players, swapping out decks between games and using hand sanitizer before handling cards.
- The shortage of listings is keeping prices stable even as economic activity sputters during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- The pandemic is upending the commercial real estate market.
- The program has helped keep or create 900,000 jobs in Colorado, according to the Small Business Association.
- Home sales are on the rise after the pandemic stalled buyers in March - but the inventory is low.
- The lawsuit was filed on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.