On today’s age-50-plus home tour, see wide choice of places, prices, and purchase options

Denver’s primacy as a location for age-50-plus housing has been building for 20 years, when builders first began creating communities around that market.  Now, as demographic changes and the virus emergency add more energy to the demand, you’ll find even wider choices of places to live and ways of purchasing, including these possibilities:

Urban Lifestyles: This year you’ll find four options close to Denver’s urban core and its popular Cherry Creek shopping district: Those include new-urban homes with main-floor masters or elevators in Lowry; and two popular enclaves built decades ago that have rare resales now.

New master-plans: Montaine in Castle Rock is a spectacular new setting for age-55-plus homes. You’ll also

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Giving Real Estate Buyer’s An Advantage In Today’s Market

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Today’s coronavirus news: North York General postponing non-emergency surgery after outbreak; Ontario reporting 851 cases, 6 deaths

  • 1:20 p.m. Italy registered slightly more than 17,000 new confirmed COVID-19 cases on Monday

  • 1:15 p.m. The Ontario government will table its budget on Nov. 5

  • 10:22 a.m. Ontario is reporting 851 new cases

The latest coronavirus news from Canada and around the world Monday. This file will be updated throughout the day. Web links to longer stories if available.

9:04 p.m.: Yukon’s chief medical health officer says two more people in Watson Lake have tested positive for COVID-19.

Dr. Brendan Hanley says in a statement the two new cases bring the cluster of infections to five in members of the same household.

The statement says the origin source of the infections is still being investigated and contact tracing is underway.

Watson Lake residents who have any symptoms, even mild ones, are being urged to get tested.

The territory is also advising that people who were at Watson

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How Real Estate Investors Could Profit Despite Today’s Economic Uncertainty

Rob Johnson is CRO of Realized, an investment property wealth management platform helping investors create custom investment property plans.

Uncertainty seems to be the “new normal,” when it comes to the ways in which people are living, working and investing. But despite rattled markets and short-term economic uncertainty, real estate investments can help manage your portfolio risk through diversification, while aiming to produce returns that can be enhanced with tax benefits.

First of all, while the pandemic is global, real estate is local. Unlike other investment-grade assets, real estate value is based on the unique characteristics of the local community and marketplace.

Second, real estate investment trusts (REITs) are trading at lower valuations, making them a potentially lucrative buy during the current downturn. Furthermore, vacation rental properties are selling at steep discounts, as business and leisure travel have declined.

With these and other factors, it’s understandable that today’s

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