Residential Real Estate

Unhappy at $550K drop, sellers of Evergreen mansion sue brokers

Former Evergreen homeowners claim they told their agent in confidence about financial difficulties, which required them to refinance the home with a hard-money loan. One of the agents said word about their financial difficulties did get out — But it wasn’t real estate agents who spilled the beans.

Former Denver Post plant in Globeville rezoned for 12 stories

Denver City Council has approved the rezoning of The Denver Post’s former printing plant in Globeville, the latest step toward the property owner’s vision of seeing the 41 acres become a mixed-use neighborhood with structures as tall as 12 stories.

Littleton stops issuing Airbnb licenses

The city council, representing a town of 46,000, voted 6-0 to pass an ordinance preventing Airbnb hosts and other vacation renters from obtaining new licenses until mid-October.