February 3, 2021
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DRCOG Citizens Academy
Applications for DRCOG’s spring 2021 virtual Citizens’ Academy are now open. Through the nationally recognized academy, participants learn from local experts and leaders, network with other residents and act on what they’ve learned. Since 2007, more than 900 residents from around the region have completed the academy. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the academy will again be held virtually on Zoom. Over the past decade, Citizens’ Academy has inspired and prepared numerous alumni to serve as elected officials, and hundreds of participants have gone on to positions in public agencies or nonprofit organizations that shape Colorado’s future. DRCOG is now accepting applications for the spring 2021 session. The application period will close on Feb. 24. The seven-week academy begins April 1.
Property Insurance 101 for Commercial Brokers/Investors/Managers
Virtual Lunch & Learn, Wednesday, February 24, 12:00 noon
Bill James, James Real Estate Services, Inc
Scott deLuise, Matrix Business Consulting, Inc
In this educational presentation, you will come away with a broad scope of knowledge on the following topics:
- Property Owners are provided an overview of property insurance issues and challenges.
- Understand the right types of coverage for each property’s unique situation.
- The concept of “insurable interest”.
- Clarify “who’s working for whom.”
- Must properly insure property/adjust claims – responsibility falls on insured.
- How to ensure adequate replacement cost coverage.
Members – No Charge, Non-Members – $20
Case Studies in Retrofitting Suburbia: Urban Design Strategies for Urgent Challenges
This amply-illustrated book, second in a series, documents how defunct shopping malls, parking lots, and the past century’s other obsolete suburban development patterns are being retrofitted to address current urgent challenges they weren’t designed for: improving public health, increasing resilience in the face of climate change, leveraging social capital for equity, supporting an aging society, competing for jobs, and disrupting automobile dependence.
The Global Real Estate Project is an undertaking of the Franklin L. Burns School of Real Estate and Construction Management at the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business, and directed by Dr. Mark Lee Levine, Professor and Endowed Chair. Our goal is to provide students, investors, and the general public with the tools they need including free tax and real estate tips to research real estate opportunities both domestic and abroad.
For information on Free Tax and Real Estate Tips, see the following Levine link, which will also connect you with the Global information.