Redevelopment, remodeling and re-building old spaces

Redevelopment, remodeling and re-building old spaces

City in change Penny Stine Redevelopment is the keyword for the city core of Grand Junction right now. There are dozens of projects in various stages, along with numerous local and out-of-town investors who are hoping to find the right opportunity to contribute to the economic resurgence of the area. In addition to the construction projects on Seventh Street reported recently on the front page of the Daily Sentinel, there are several other downtown construction and renovation projects. The 600 Rood building will most likely be the first downtown renovation that will be complete. The building, which was built in […]

And the PWB Region E winners are . . .

And the PWB Region E winners are . . .

CONGRATULATIONS PWB of WESTERN COLORADO On Friday, May 31 during our annual CBIA California State Professional Women in Building (PWB) bruncheon program during Pacific Coast Builders Conference (PCBC), we again recognized and celebrated the top membership winners within PWB Region E (which is comprised of 14 PWB Councils throughout the Western states). The top-performing councils that held the highest retention AND recruitment efforts from December 2018 through May 2019 were recognized during the bruncheon with a financial award from our valued Master Sponsor, InSinkErator. During the bruncheon as your NAHB PWB Regional Trustee, Terri Everhart had the honor of naming the councils […]

FEATURED PROPERTY: Real Estate Weekly – CB/Brandon Palmer

FEATURED PROPERTY: Real Estate Weekly – CB/Brandon Palmer

  Take a closer look at this massive Ranch style home with a full walkout basement on an acre right off 1st Street and tucked quietly at the end of a cul-de-sac! This home boasts TWO Masters plus an attached secondary dwelling unit complete with a kitchen, bedroom, living room, laundry room, and private entrance. The remodeled basement offers a large family room and yet another separate entrance with a large mudroom. In the back yard, enjoy a private setting overlooking the large lot with mature landscaping, large storage shed, and an RV shelter. The location is hard to beat […]

Republican commission candidates emerge early

Republican commission candidates emerge early

Newcomer Davis, Rowland file papers by ERIN McINTYRE Two Republican candidates have filed paperwork to run for Mesa County commissioner in 2020, in the seats currently occupied by term-limited commissioners Rose Pugliese and John Justman. Former Mesa County Commissioner Janet Rowland and newcomer Cody Davis filed campaign finance documents with the Secretary of State’s office last month. Rowland will run in District 3, currently occupied by Pugliese, and Davis will run in District 1, currently occupied by Justman. Davis is a contractor and land developer who owns Chronos Builders and has been building homes since 2004. He most recently served […]

Palisade property presents opportunity to farm

Palisade property presents opportunity to farm

Bounty of Beauty By Penny Stine Some people dream of living on a sailboat while others dream about living on a farm. While Real Estate Weekly can’t help buyers find ships setting sail at Corn Lake, it can help buyers find those agricultural properties that provide room to spread out, land to cultivate and the satisfaction that comes from raising animals or crops. UNIQUE PALISADE PROPERTY This week’s unique Palisade property includes a house, several outbuildings and almost four irrigated acres planted in 400 cherry trees and 400 peach trees. A few acres of fruit trees may not be enough […]

Love snow sports? Think about owning property on Grand Mesa

Love snow sports? Think about owning property on Grand Mesa

So Far, Snow Good By Penny Stine While the Grand Valley has plenty to offer for those who love the outdoors and want to live in an area where they can easily pursue their favorite outdoor activities, those who love winter sports might want to look beyond the valley. Fortunately, they don’t have to look far to find a delightful winter playground. Grand Mesa, less than an hour away from Grand Junction, has plenty of snow and plenty of places for everyone to play in the snow. Although much of the land on Grand Mesa is part of the Grand […]

Agricultural property offers lots of space for critters and humans

Agricultural property offers lots of space for critters and humans

Equestrian Goals By Penny Stine There are lots of potential horse properties available in the local market, with a big emphasis on the word potential. There are few properties set up and ready to immediately accommodate new owners to live with a good space for their horses to live, work and train. This week’s unique property at 1046 19 1/2 Road in Fruita is ready for everything! It has plenty of space for any four-legged friends potential owners may have. It has an updated house for the humans, a huge horse barn, a chicken barn, a play area for goats, […]

2019

2019

HBA SPOTLIGHT: 44th Annual Home Improvement & Remodeling Expo Traci Weinbrecht Executive Officer 970-245-0253 www.hbanwco.com     The Housing & Building Association is already thinking SPRING! Turkey leftovers have been made into soups and casseroles and fall decorations are being replaced with Christmas trees and nativity sets. As fall turns into winter, the Housing & Building Association is already thinking SPRING! Spending more time indoors give us a chance to look around our home and see the areas that need improvements, updates, and repairs. As we create our to-do lists for 2019, make sure you save the date for our 44th […]

Reasons to be thankful for the Grand Valley real estate market

Reasons to be thankful for the Grand Valley real estate market

Bounty in the Valley By Penny Stine It’s been an interesting market this year, as rising prices have made it a great time for homeowners to sell and move up, move down or just move across town. Low-interest rates have continued to make it an attractive time for people to buy, and there are still plenty of people moving to the Grand Valley from other parts of the state and the country. Circumstances are good for both buyers and sellers, which makes this area, and this market, fairly unique. As we wrap up Thanksgiving weekend, the Real Estate Weekly staff […]

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