2014 FCBR Election Results

The Fort Collins Board of REALTORS® set an all time turnout record with 450 voting in the 2014 FCBR Leadership Elections for just over a 53% voter turnout also a record high. We believe this was due in large part to the all the great candidates that we had running for leadership. We would like to congratulate Natalie Davis for being selected as your 2015 Chair Elect & 2016 Chair, Bob Sutton, Pam Cass & Christi Wilbur who will serve as FCBR Directors. Many thanks to all of our candidates & to you for taking the time to vote!

August Housing Report: Housing Remains High & Tight

August Housing Report: New Listings were down 13.0 percent for single family homes but increased 15.5 percent for townhouse-condo properties. Pending sales clocked in at 320 for single family homes and 113 for townhouse-condo properties.The Median Sales Price was up 6.6 percent to $290,000 for single family homes and 13.9 percent to $181,000 for townhouse-condo properties. Months’ Supply of Inventory stood at 2.5 for single family units and 1.1 months for townhouse condo units.. Read on for more data, graphs and commentary

Statewide YPN Meet-Up August 21st @ Ace in Denver Includes Limo Ride

NoCo's YPN are pleased to once again be participating in the Colorado YPN Summer Fling Event in Denver on Thursday, August 21st. In addition to a great night of networking with YPN members from around the state at Ace Eat Serve & Ace Juice Bar we will be enjoying a limo ride together all for the low price of $20. Read on for more info...

Next FCBR Academy - September 2014

The FCBR Academy is an educational track developed with new members in mind, but is beneficial to all Realtors®. The focus of this educational track is to provide our newest members with the tools and relationships to find success in real estate so that FCBR will be made up of a professional & successful membership for years to come.

FCBR Takes Position on TOD Parking Standards

The FCBR BOD at its July meeting supported a number of positions in relation to the upcoming discussions of parking standards in the Transit Overlay District. While offering a great deal of support for most of the proposals FCBR will begin lobbying for the inclusion of offsets that would encourage affordable options for average wage earners in addition to low income housing. To learn more about this important issue please read on...