Gary Bauer who used to prepare the local Denver housing reports for decades last week put together a comparison report of Denver real estate from 1990 through 2015 and compared it to gold and stocks and this story appeared on www.DenverRealEstateWatch.com Click to read more….Continue reading →
The majority of my retirement is invested in real estate for one simple reason: I can’t find a better place to invest for maximum returns. The rest of my portfolio has been in stocks, money market and bonds and besides increasing my stress levels with some wild fluctuations, those just have not produced the results I had hoped for. To demonstrate what I mean, I am going to take one of my best stock investments – Apple, and compare it to one of my rental properties. These are actual* numbers over a period of four years with an initial cash investment of $23,000.Continue reading →
Denver defied a national trend in January by seeing a big uptick in the number of institutional investors buying homes here, according to RealtyTrac.Continue reading →
Average statewide apartment rents rose to an all-time high in the second quarter, while the vacancy rate for all major metropolitan areas in Colorado rose across the board, according to a state Division of Housing report released Thursday.Continue reading →
The average rent for apartments in metro Denver rose 7.1% from the second quarter of last year to the same period this year. It was the highest growth rate reported during any quarter since the third quarter of 2011, when average rent grew 8.5%. During the second quarter of this year, the average rent in metro Denver rose $65 to $979 from last year’s second-quarter average rent of $915. “You have to go back to the days of the dot-com boom to see lower vacancy rates than what we’re seeing right now,” said Ryan McMaken, spokesman for the Colorado Division of Housing.
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The average asking price for rental housing in the Denver area was up 10.9 percent in June from a year earlier, the third-biggest gain among large U.S. markets in that period and twice the nationwide increase, according to a report Tuesday from Trulia Inc.
Denver’s rent increases over the 12-month period were exceeded only by …Continue reading →
Considering Rental Properties? Today is a great time to get into the landlord business. Finding the right property at the right price and in the right location can be an extremely profitable venture. In contrast, the wrong property in the … Continue reading →
When the listing service defines the property as a “fix up”, that fix up could be as simple as replacing the carpet and repainting or as complex as mud-jacking the basement floor, replacing copper pipes and rewiring the entire house. … Continue reading →