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Colorado Real Estate Goes Online Part 1 of 2: Pandemic Accelerates Changes in Denver Real Estate

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With the dramatic changes in real estate during the pandemic lock-down, there has been a move towards performing more of the transaction online. There are variations in the way a closings can be handled online, with some limitations that have not been resolved.

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July 7, 2020

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Jim Brown
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June Sales Up

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