Habitat for Humanity breakfast event to support Affordable Housing

April 28, 2018

Habitat for Humanity held a very inspiring and motivational breakfast event. Habitat has championed the cause of helping every man, woman and child to have a decent, safe and affordable place to live for the past 39 years. The event highlights the desperate need for affordable housing. The key note… Read More »

Rocky Mountain Communities Builds Ambitious Affordable Housing Project

April 15, 2018

Arroyo Village is being developed in Denver by Rocky Mountain Communities and The Delores Project. The 130 affordable apartments will include 95 units for families and individuals that earn 50% of the area median income and 35 permanent supportive housing units for formerly homeless individuals. The Denver Housing Authority is… Read More »

Determined to bring affordable new homes to Denver’s most popular community

June 9, 2015

At a time when Denver has become the hottest market in the country and rents are rising faster than anywhere except Oakland, Calif., there are a dozen reasons why builders have a hard time building affordably priced homes. Nowhere is that tougher than in Stapleton – Denver’s most popular new… Read More »

10M revolving loan fund launched to boost Denver affordable housing

March 31, 2015

10M revolving loan fund launched to boost Denver affordable housing By Claire Martin and Steve Raabe The Denver Post The fund will support the development of multifamily rental units for individuals and families earning up to 60 percent of the area’s median income, capped at $46,020 for a family of… Read More »

Denver buyers up their game to be last bidder standing in real estate deals

March 31, 2015

Denver’s tight housing market has morphed into a version of “The Hunger Games,” with buyers scrounging for whatever weapons they can find to remain the last bidder standing. “Everything is flying off the shelf,” said Chad Ochsner, a broker with Re/Max Alliance in Arvada. “We are used to a market… Read More »

Denver to address failure of Affordable-housing effort

October 16, 2014

Denver’s decade-long effort to stimulate affordable-housing development is broken, prompting a broad revamping of the plan. The Inclusionary Housing Ordinance was designed to add hundreds, even thousands, of below-market-rate homes for Denver wage earners. But the law has not delivered as planned. Developers have skirted the ordinance. The economy helped… Read More »

Chris Dukes with Former Denver Bronco Javon Walker

August 14, 2014

Chris Dukes is pictured here with former Denver Bronco Javon Walker. Mr. Walker was a past client of CA Dukes and Associates LLC. Javon came to a graduation party for my step son Floyd May Jr.

Chris Dukes and Feature speaker Reggie Rivers

Great speakers at CAHREP

August 1, 2014

I attended this month’s Colorado Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals breakfast meeting. The featured speakers were former Denver Broncos player Reggie Rivers and Breonna-Maria Rodriguez with Universal Lending Corporation! Reggie Rivers has been successful in many industries. After playing six seasons for the Denver Broncos (1991-96), he has worked… Read More »

Habitat for Humanity Breakfast for Champions

May 10, 2014

Habit for Humanity held a very inspiring and motivational breakfast event. It was a breakfast for champions. Habitat has championed the cause of helping every man, woman and child to have a decent, safe and affordable place to live for the past 35 years. The event really resonated with me…. Read More »

Are you being discriminated against ? Know you’re Rights

April 27, 2014

The Denver Metro Fair Housing Center (DMFHC) is the voice of fair housing in the Denver area. DMFHC works to eliminate housing discrimination and promotes housing choice for all people through education, advocacy, and enforcement of fair housing laws. DMFHC hosted a workshop on April 26th. It addressed Fair Housing… Read More »