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Tag Archives: Denver rental market

What’s the Best Use of Your Investment Property?

The residential rental market is a fast-growing segment of home buying in Denver and Colorado. The demand for single-family rentals, defined as either detached homes or townhouses, has risen 30% in the past three years. At the same time, the short-term, or vacation rental market is also booming. The popularity of online marketplaces like Airbnb, HomeAway, […] …read more

How To Get Into Real Estate Investing

How to get into real estate investing: For me, it started with my first home purchase. I knew I would eventually develop that property. Now, I am developing that property but you see this is over 10 years later. I have 5 properties and a comfortable portfolio, but not going to trick you into believing […] …read more

5 Things To Consider If You Want To Be A Landlord

How do you know if you’re ready to be a landlord? This is a really good question.  Are you thinking about making your home a rental?  Are you thinking of buying a rental this year? We have added 5 things to consider if you want to be a landlord. This is definitely been a hot topic these […] …read more

Is The Denver Housing Market Slowing?

Posted on September 23, 2016 by Ray Williams (NMLS #216267). Tagged: , , , , ,

I read an interesting article the other night talking about San Francisco and their housing market. It referenced how the market for rents was beginning to see a slow down. Meanwhile, the median rent is $4,500/month (Denver, you think you have an affordability issue in the Denver Housing Market?). And the median home price over […] …read more