What’s Working: Colorado gets closer to pre-pandemic economy as jobless rate falls to 3.7%
Plus: Lots of talk about rising inflation this week, as the Denver-area rate hit 9.1%. But what does that really mean?
Aspen suspends new home construction permits as it drops the hammer in the name of affordability
Aspen emergency ordinance also cut off new short-term rental permits as the posh Pitkin County ski town wrestles with lack of workforce housing.
Colorado mountain communities vote “yes” on new short-term rental fees but reject heavier regulation
Voters in end-of-the-road Crested Butte and Telluride stopped short of restrictions intended to slow and limit short-term rentals in the tourist-dependent communities.
Colorado lawmakers shelve proposal to more than triple property taxes for short-term rentals
The Legislative Oversight Committee Concerning Tax Policy Policy rejected the effort, but it could still be introduced during next year's legislative session
A flurry of policy experiments in Colorado serves as “regional laboratory” for regulating, limiting short-term rentals
Crackdown on short-term rental properties across Colorado mirrors national effort as communities grapple with escalating home prices and a shrinking workforce.
Property taxes would more than triple for Colorado short-term rental owners under statehouse proposal
State Sen. Chris Hansen, a Denver Democrat, said the change is aimed at ensuring schools and fire departments have enough local funding
An end of unfettered growth for short-term rentals in Colorado’s resort communities
Breckenridge and other mountain towns are trying to slow the growth of vacation rentals in an effort to ease housing and labor issues
Ouray County can’t keep up with monitoring its short-term rentals. Here’s how the mountain community is trying to adapt.
With the boom in real estate and construction, the Land Use and Planning office is “lucky we keep up with our day-to-day workload"
Flooded with tourists, Colorado mountain towns are starting to limit short-term rentals to combat housing crisis
Colorado resort towns are limiting vacation rentals as communities weather waves of tourists, a housing crisis and a labor shortage.
Coronavirus isn’t stopping Coloradans from selling their homes. And some are even still going for a premium.
While Colorado’s housing market is starting to slow somewhat as the economy stalls, it's nothing like the Great Recession. Here’s why real estate experts say that’s the case.
Big questions about voting rights — and short-term rentals — splinter tiny Colorado town of Pitkin
Colorado's deputy secretary of state has called for a federal investigation of Voting Rights Act violations after Gunnison County's DA prosecuted eight people for improperly voting in town's first trustee election in a decade.
Plan to quadruple property tax rates for Colorado’s short-term rentals is nixed
At Wednesday’s committee meeting, many homeowners spoke out against the proposal to raise property-tax rates for homes they rent on the short-term market
As TABOR, Gallagher and Amendment 23 clash, lawmakers float a major change to tax status for properties used for AirBnb, VRBO to fund schools
Committee convened to solve the financial crisis caused by conflicting tax rules thinks Airbnb, VRBO rooms should be taxed at the commercial property tax rate.