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Strides have been made over the past five years at both the state and local levels to address the gaps in affordable housing said to have been exacerbated by Colorado construction defect laws. However, local housing experts say the Pikes Peak region has yet to see the benefits of these changes. The broad terms of […]

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Todd Anderson knows there are challenges facing the local homebuilding industry. But the incoming 2019 president of the Housing & Building Association also knows that, from Banning-Lewis Ranch to Careers in Construction, the region is rife with opportunity. Anderson was born in Wisconsin, where he earned his degree in construction management. He moved to Indianapolis […]

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Since the Great Recession, the seven-county Denver metro region has added households at a rate far greater than housing units. The housing surplus that once existed has been consumed, and housing prices have risen far faster than wages. The result: Housing is increasingly unaffordable for many Coloradans. That conclusion holds true for Colorado Springs and […]