As a real estate owner and investor, or owner of a rental property, it helps to keep abreast of the developments in Colorado’s real estate industry. Information and insights on real estate investments could give you the upper hand in this market. By keeping an ear out for the latest industry news and another on what tenants and homebuyers are looking for, you could find a middle ground that ensures long-term profitability.
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First-time rental owners – Avoid these mistakes
Cody Bergan | 02/27/2023
Renting out a property can be a great way to generate extra income, but it can also be a complex and time-consuming process. For first-time rental owners, it’s important...
Denver Rental Licensing Program
Cody Bergan | 02/10/2023
Denver County recently launched a new rental licensing program to ensure that all rental properties in the area meet minimum health and safety standards. This program will require landlords...
What Are a Property Manager’s Responsibilities?
Cody Bergan | 10/24/2022
If you are looking for a way to streamline the management of your rental property, you may be looking for rental property management in Denver, CO. At the same...
Does a Property Manager Need To Be Licensed in Colorado: What To Know
Cody Bergan | 09/15/2022
If you are interested in working with rental property management Denver CO, you need to make sure you hire the right company. You might be wondering, does a company...
Denver Real Estate Market More Affordable Now than 1979
Cody Bergan | 01/02/2018
Imagine it’s 1979. The average single family home in metro Denver carries a price tag of $66,051. Don’t you wish we could go back to those days when housing was...