Knowing when to hold off and when to sell real estate are two of the most important investment property decisions you’ll need to make. Timing is everything. Sell at the right time and you get a great price for your property. Sell at the wrong time and you might not get top dollar or may…

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  Winter is the most important time for property maintenance! Combined with precipitation and cold winds, sustained low temperatures can damage your home. To avoid such problems, it is essential that you prepare your rental property for the winter season. This will save you time and money on roofing, plumbing, and other repairs come spring….

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To make the most out of renting your property, it all comes down to minimizing expenses. There are many expenses that will come up that you simply have no control over. That’s just the name of the game. A big expense that can creep up and you simply can’t avoid is the gradual wear and…

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As long as you are able to get the right renters and arrange a lease agreement that protects your best interest, investing in the Denver real estate market can be profitable. To ensure that your investment remains rewarding, you need to make sure that you adhere to the landlord-tenant relation regulations set in the city…

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  Rental properties are considered a great source of passive income, but anyone who has owned and operated them knows the amount of work required doesn’t necessarily meet the passive description. Between the ongoing maintenance and constant search for the right tenants, it’s easy to get exhausted.   If you’re looking to leave the landlord…

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Denver’s real estate is at an all-time high. Last year was a particularly strong year for the Mile High City’s property market. Investors will be especially pleased to hear that the hot streak continues into 2018 and, hopefully, beyond. If you’ve been looking to diversify your investment property portfolio, you should certainly consider Denver, Co….

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