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Marijuana Laws Effects on Landlords – Part 1

Colorado Real Estate Management Professionals Question Their Legal Boundaries as it Pertains to the Newly-Established State Marijuana Laws If you are a Colorado real estate management professional or landlord, it is quite likely that you have been curious about your...

Short Term Rental Management in Denver – Part 3

We thank you for continuing to follow our series, Short Term Rental Management in Denver. In the past couple of weeks, we have established that short term rentals are one of the hottest trends in today’s real estate market. You have also learned that there are many...

Short Term Rental Management in Denver – Part 2

  Thank you for continuing to follow our series. Last week, you learned that short term rental management is one of the hottest trends in the real estate market and in the property management sector. Because you have the ability to charge higher rates for short term...

Short Term Rental Management in Denver Gets Rewards! Part 1

Short Term Rental Management in Denver and Surrounding Areas Results in Numerous Rewards – Part 1   Short Term Rental Management is now considered to be one of the hottest trends in the real estate market and property management sector. According to information...

Rising vacancy rates signal a shift in metro Denver apartment market

Like a flare in the night sky, metro Denver apartment vacancy rates unexpectedly soared in the fourth quarter, signaling that the region's long-running multifamily construction boom might be in danger. "Some big warning signs flashed in the fourth quarter," said Cary...

Despite vacancy increase, metro Denver apartment rents rise

Despite vacancy increase, metro Denver apartment rents rise Feb 10, 2014, 2:54pm MST Dennis Huspeni Reporter- Denver Business Journal Email | Google+ | Twitter | Real Deals blog While the vacancy rate for metro Denver apartments rose to its highest level in two years,...

IRS finally provides guidance on building improvements vs repairs

Building Improvements vs Repairs On the eerily appropriate day of Friday the 13th, the IRS released the final version of its Tangible Property Repair Regulations. The IRS has been working on these regs since 2004. The final regulations are the fourth version released...

Denver Housing Market Getting Any Better?

Looking to invest in the Denver Housing Market? According to Todd Hauer; Wealth Advisor, Global Wealth Management Division of Morgan Stanley- Denver Tech Real estate is being viewed as generally positive by his wealth management team as they advise their clients about...

Thinking about investing in the Denver Colorado Rentals Home Market?

Denver Colorado and its suburbs are still on the rise, and continue to create great value for Investors. This is a 3-bedroom, 2.5 bath home, with 1556 square feet, and is centrally located in Stapleton, that rents for $1800/month. ... Invest in the Stapleton Rental...

What Does A Property Manager Do?

Most people know that property managers take a load off of rental property owners by handling tasks they'd rather not (or cannot) take care of. But what does a property manager do? Honestly... Property Managers can take care of the following tasks and help you in many...

The need for Property Managers in Denver is rising

Major Real Estate Investment Firm invests into REIT in Denver, Rental property sales up 25%, rehab projects on the move. Things are picking up big time in the Denver Colorado Rental Market and Pioneer Property Management is here for all of your Property Management...

Managing your own investment property. Does it make sense?

Managing your own investment property When owning property in and around the Denver Colorado area, you must decide whether to contract a property manager, or take on managing your own investment property. There are several factors that go into that decision, but the...