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Specializing in relocation and investment in the Denver metro area, including Denver County, Englewood, Greenwood Village, Alameda Hills, Parker, Castle Rock, Douglas County, Pine, Arapahoe County, Littleton, and more
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Hello all, Just thought I would let you know that Evergreen, Colorado is having their Pro Rodeo this weekend. On Friday night they have Bull Riders only and a concert at the Little Bear. Saturday is the parade at 10 am down Main Street, the queens contest at 2pm and the rodeo at 7pm. Fathers Day ...
06/19/2009
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Expanded Tax Credit for First-Time Homebuyers   On February 25, 2009 the U.S. Department of the Treasury announced a tax credit up to $8,000 to qualifying taxpayers under the Administration's Recovery, Stability, Affordability Plans. The Treasury's press release stated that nearly one out of ever...
06/17/2009
Investing in Real Estate 4 - Small (2-4 units) Apartment Building This blog will discuss a type of real estate investment, small apartment buildings, in the Pine area. What this investment is:  Purchase of duplex, triplex or quadplex to be rented to tenants, usually for 6-12 month terms.  Usually...
12/17/2008
Investing in Real Estate 3 - Rental Condo or Rental Home This blog will discuss a type of real estate investment, rental condos or rental homes, in the Pine area. What this investment is:  Purchase of a residential property to be rented out to tenants, usually on a 6-12 month lease term.  This i...
12/17/2008
Investing in Real Estate 2 - Assignments This blog will discuss a type of real estate investment, assignments, in the Pine area. What this investment is:  An investor who is interested in Assignments gets a property under contract for an attractive price then assigns the contract to another buyer...
12/17/2008
Topic:  Special considerations for Investor loans The talk around the water cooler these days is all about LOANS. Who can get them? At what price? What if I already have a few loans, do I still qualify?  A year or two ago the question was at what price do I get a loan (those were the days!).  Tod...
12/17/2008
Topic:  Investor Series:  Why sewer scopes are important A LOT of agents don't advise their clients to get sewer scopes when they purchase a property. This is a major mistake.  A broken sewer can cost between $3,000 - $10,000 dollars to repair and it only costs $99 ($99Rooter - others are more ex...
12/17/2008
Topic:  Investor Series:  Estimating Rents A lot of clients ask me how to figure out what market rents are in a neighborhood. This is a critical input into the calculations an investor needs to make in order to determine what their return on investment will be on a rental property. So you don't w...
12/17/2008
Topic:  Investor Series:  Things to look for when you look at roofs Have you ever driven through Aurora North looking for a rental property and taken a close look at the roofs?   Here's what you'll see: a bunch of 1950's ranches in varying states of repair or disrepair, lawns that are often grass...
12/17/2008
Topic:  Investor Series:  Things to keep in mind when seeing a foreclosed home As investors we face a number of very real and very scary challenges. Making sense of this market is no mean feat and one has to be very careful with his or her investment. However, we usually think about danger as fin...
12/17/2008
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