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The HBA Advocate Newsletter | June 4, 2024

June 4, 2024 In this edition: Xcel Energy revises ENERGY STAR New Homes program Housing focused state legislative adjourns Larimer County approves City of Thornton’s 1041 Water-Pipeline Permit Xcel Energy Revises ENERGY STAR New Homes Program Significant changes are coming to Xcel Energy’s ENERGY STAR New Homes program in Colorado for all homes issued a…

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Parade Entries Due Monday for CH&L Magazine Pull-Out Map

Please join us in support of your HBA by Participating in the 2024 Denver Parade of Homes! HBA member builders and developers are invited to participate with new, never-lived-in homes and community spotlights. Homes featured in the 2024 Parade of Homes will range in price from the low $400s to more than $3 million. Homes…

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The HBA Advocate Newsletter | May 7, 2024

May 7, 2024 In this edition: Larimer County to Vote on City of Thornton’s 1041 water-pipeline permit this week Colorado General Assembly fails to pass SB24-106, Construction Litigation Reform Bill Commerce City to retroactively charge 2023 fee assessments Larimer County Approves City of Thornton’s 1041 Water Pipeline Permit Application On November 20, 2023, the City…

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Fed on Hold with Limited Inflation Progress

Robert Dietz  May 1, 2024 The Federal Reserve’s monetary policy committee held constant the federal funds rate constant at a top target of 5.5% at the conclusion of its April-May meeting. In its statement, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) noted: Recent indicators suggest that economic activity has continued to expand at a solid pace….

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Capitol Close Up: April 30th

  With About One Week Left, a Lot of Work Still Ahead on Key Bills for Homebuilding  The finish line is near, with the General Assembly concluding its 2024 legislative session next Wednesday, May 8. With just one week left, there are several key bills that the CAHB Government Affairs Committee and lobby team are…

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2024 Denver Parade of Homes Announces First Group of Participating Home Builders and Developers

Denver’s home showcase tradition will run from Thursday, Aug. 8 through Sunday, Aug. 25, 2024. April 17, 2024) – The Home Builders Association of Metro Denver (HBA) announced today the first Denver area home builders and developers to commit to the 2024 Denver Parade of Homes. Joining the Parade are Blue Sky Custom Homes, Boulder…

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The HBA Advocate Newsletter | April 2, 2024

April 2, 2024 In this edition: Larimer County considering City of Thornton’s 1041 water-pipeline permit Dates have been set in April for Planning Commission and the Board of County Commissioners hearings on disputed pipeline City of Denver Appoints New CPD Director HBA of Metro Denver open lunch meeting scheduled with the new director on June…

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2024 Parade of Homes Call for Entries

The Denver Parade of Homes, the longstanding home showcase summer tradition hosted by the Home Builders Association of Metro Denver (HBA), returns August 8 through 25, 2024. Denver’s largest showcase of the latest in architecture and home design along the Front Range will again offer guests a chance to tour when, where, and how they…

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Capitol Close Up: March 19, 2024

BJ4C Hosting Legislative Reception Tonight The rescheduled Building Jobs4Colorado legislative reception is set for tonight from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Please attend this reception if you are available tonight. The reception allows legislators to connect directly with Colorado construction, homebuilding and real estate industry leaders. This year’s reception is especially important since it coincides with…

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CCIC Tiny Home Send Off

You’re cordially invited to join us on April 26th at 9-10AM for our Tiny Home Send-Off Ceremony. Come tour the homes, meet the talented student builders and learn more about this amazing project. Check in at the front desk and join us in the Infrastructure Bay at the Cherry Creek Innovation Campus. Have questions? Contact…

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