Brad Blackwell, an executive vice president in charge of portfolio lending at Wells Fargo Bank, tells a crowd at the Boulder County Business Report’s annual Boulder Valley Real Estate Conference & Forecast that the demand for housing will increase in 2014. Jonathan Castner / for BizWest

Roundup: 2013 Boulder Valley Real Estate Conference

Here is a collection of stories on the Boulder Valley Real Estate Conference organized by the Boulder County Business Report and held Thursday, Nov. 21, in the Stadium Club at the University of Colorado-Boulder.
Blackwell talks rates, regs, housing demand

BOULDER – Home-loan interest rates will rise, new federal regulations will require more of mortgage lenders, and the demand for housing will increase in the coming year, according to Brad Blackwell with Wells Fargo Bank.
Panel discusses real estate investments

BOULDER – Real estate is all about supply and demand – making Boulder’s commercial real estate market a great investment, according to top brokers here.
5,000 engaged in civic center vision

BOULDER -Twenty-seven acres in downtown Boulder, mostly owned by the city, is up for an overhaul, and it was the main topic of discussion during the panel discussion, Visionary Ventures, at the Boulder Valley Real Estate Conference & Forecast.
Apartment construction booming in Broomfield

BOULDER – As things stand, Broomfield has a mix of about 15,000 single-family homes and 8,000 multifamily residential units.
Low inventory concern for residential Realtors

BOULDER – D.B. Wilson of Re/Max of Boulder said Thursday that third-quarter absorption rates of for-sale housing in the county are lower than they’ve been at any point in the past two decades.
Uninsured still may have legal flood claim

BOULDER – If your home was hit by flooding in September, you probably have a legal argument for an insurance claim, even if you don’t have flood coverage, according to attorney George Berg.
Home-building revival under way in Boulder Valley

BOULDER – Builders are putting up new homes in 33 different communities in the Boulder Valley – a big change from just a few years ago, said Veronica Precella, chief executive of the Boulder Area Realtor Association.

Here is a collection of stories on the Boulder Valley Real Estate Conference organized by the Boulder County Business Report and held Thursday, Nov. 21, in the Stadium Club at the University of Colorado-Boulder.
Blackwell talks rates, regs, housing demand

BOULDER – Home-loan interest rates will rise, new federal regulations will require more of mortgage lenders, and the demand for housing will increase in the coming year, according to Brad Blackwell with Wells Fargo Bank.
Panel discusses real estate investments

BOULDER – Real estate is all about supply and demand – making Boulder’s commercial real estate market a great investment, according to top brokers here.
5,000 engaged in civic center vision

BOULDER -Twenty-seven acres in downtown Boulder, mostly owned by the city, is up for an overhaul, and it was the main topic of discussion during the panel discussion, Visionary Ventures, at the Boulder Valley Real Estate Conference & Forecast.
Apartment construction booming in Broomfield

BOULDER – As things stand, Broomfield has a mix of about 15,000 single-family homes and 8,000 multifamily residential units.
Low inventory concern for residential Realtors

BOULDER – D.B. Wilson of Re/Max of Boulder said Thursday that third-quarter absorption rates of for-sale housing in the county are lower than they’ve been at any point in the past two decades.
Uninsured still may have legal flood claim

BOULDER – If your home was hit by flooding in September, you probably have a legal argument for an insurance claim, even if you…