Two Recent Colorado Supreme Court Decisions May Result in Some Undeveloped Parcels of Land Being Taxed at a Higher Rate 16:52, December 5, 2020

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By Kelcey C. Nichols, Garfield & Hecht, P.C. In Colorado, “residential land” has generally been taxed at a significantly lower rate then “vacant land”. In 2020, the Residential Assessment Rate was 7.15%. In contrast, the assessment rate for “vacant land” was 29%, more than three times higher. In the last few years, the Colorado Court […]

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Garfield & Hecht, P.C. is proud to announce the Mountain Village Town Council has appointed Paul Wisor to serve as its Town Attorney.  The Town of Mountain Village is situated at 9,545 in the heart of the breathtaking San Juan Mountains, Mountain Village was incorporated in 1995 as a home rule municipality and is comparably […]

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ENTITLEMENTS DURING COVID-19 By Kursten Canada, Garfield & Hecht, P.C. Critical components of a real estate project are land use and development approvals, otherwise known as “entitlements.” Financial markets are in flux and many governmental agencies are operating a skeleton crew, at best. Public hearings and project meetings may be conducted virtually or simply cancelled. […]

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