Though the weather is cooling, selling real estate from now through May is still a hot ticket. Sure, putting a property on the market in the winter requires a little more imagination than putting a property up in May or June, but there is no reason your real estate sale should suffer the winter doldrums. […]
Anyone invested in real estate (and anyone who reads the daily headlines about real estate) knows that Denver continues to attempt to regulate the short-term rental market, with a plethora of mixed results. The Airbnb and VRBOs continue to make headlines as governmental entities seek to find regulations and licensing that works for everyone. One […]
Summer weather has arrived, school is out, and families are making their travel plans. That means it is prime furnished rental season. For those of us in the business of leasing furnished rentals, it is go time. Travelers want furnished places to rent but finding and ensuring a place is pristine and well-kept can be […]
Chances are likely you’ve recently seen an article or two (or 200) that speaks to rental rates in Denver. Depending upon the day and the publication, the Denver market is either hot, hot, hot or lukewarm or downright cold. Maybe. But here’s what we are seeing in the Cherry Creek market. Anyone who lives, works or […]
BABY, IT’S COLD OUTSIDE! But the real estate market can still be HOT! It takes a little imagination, but the real estate market doesn’t need to suffer from the winter doldrums. Whether you are a buyer, seller, tenant or landlord, there are great reasons to consider winter a lucrative market. Here is a list of […]
A recent national poll found that nearly 1 in 5 millennials (the generation born from the early 1980s to the late 1990s) feel that homeownership is a smart decision but that it isn’t financially viable for them.
Recent television and newspaper articles suggest that Denver is a rental city, with 52 percent of all households being tenant occupied and only 48 percent being owner occupied. Millennials in high-cost housing cities typically find themselves renting for much longer than they anticipated, even though they hope to end the cycle of renting and become […]