What you need to know about real estate taxes in Colorado

The Colorado Real Estate Tax (CRE), which is now one of the most hotly debated and controversial pieces of legislation in the state, is the result of a battle between Republican Gov.

John Hickenlooper and Democratic Rep. Kevin Poulsen over how much it is going to cost and what kind of money is going into it.

With the Colorado legislature now controlled by the GOP, the tax has been an issue since it was first approved in April of 2017.

The bill was intended to go into effect in 2019, but the Republican governor, who was previously in favor of the tax, said it should be extended.

Hickenloopers administration argued that because it has to collect taxes from people who live in the same geographic area, it could be taxing them more than people who don’t live in that area.

He also said the tax should not be so high that it’s unfair to the middle class.

The state’s top Republican, Senate Minority Leader Troy Fraser, called the CRE a tax that is unfair to middle class families and that it needs to be eliminated.

Hicken loopers administration, however, says it is merely collecting taxes from the very wealthy, and said that the real estate tax has become a “one-size-fits-all” solution.

The tax was introduced in 2015, and it’s now being phased in over the next two years, the state said.

The Colorado Tax Foundation, a conservative group, has estimated that the tax could raise $1.8 billion over the first two years.

The organization has also projected that the state could pay back about $1 billion in property tax revenue over the same period.

The bill’s opponents say the tax is a burden to small businesses, especially in rural areas.

They also say that it encourages people to rent out their homes for short-term rentals.

Critics say the bill could have a negative impact on small business owners.

Colorado is among several states that have passed laws to exempt rental homes from the tax.

The legislation has been criticized by some business owners as a way to subsidize a rental market in which they’re losing money.

Hicken looper, who is also the governor’s Republican opponent, has said that there should be a way for Coloradoans to lower their taxes to keep a portion of the money in their pockets.

“This is about a tax on people, it’s not about giving a tax break to a particular person,” he said at a recent campaign event.

“The tax was originally designed for a one-time amount.

And I’m not going to allow that to happen again.”

Hensley says that when it comes to the realtors association, they’re looking at a variety of options.

“If we had a lot of tax breaks, then we’d have a problem.

And so we’re going to make sure we have a comprehensive plan,” he says.

The real estate industry has been lobbying for the tax in the hopes that it would help them retain more workers and keep up with the influx of new businesses that have sprung up in recent years.

The Real Estate Association of America, which represents real estate agents and real estate brokers, argues that the increase in demand for rentals in Colorado is primarily due to the tax’s new, lower threshold for property taxes.

While it doesn’t have a specific number for the number of new homes sold in the last year, it says that the number has been growing rapidly and that there’s an average of about 150 homes sold a month.

This year, the association expects the number to rise to about 200 homes a month and that more than 2,500 new homes will be built in the coming months.