TJC Real Estate Blog

Top 100 Contractors! and more

Posted on Jun 19, 2018 1:48:39 PM

You’ve decided to do some renovations on your home to better suit your needs, as well as add some extra value to possibly your largest investment.  Congratulations! It can feel like moving mountains to just commit to such a task, but now where do you start? Who do you call? Let me help you.

Topics: Commercial, Contractors, Denver, Home Renovation, Property Management, Real Estate, Rental, Residential, Stapleton, Vendors

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Topics: Commercial, Contractors, Denver, Home Renovation, Property Management, Real Estate, Rental, Residential, Stapleton, Vendors

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Posted on Apr 9, 2018 12:57:00 PM

Topics: Commercial, Uncategorized

6 Tips on Investing Sensibly in Commercial Real Estate Property

Posted on Sep 19, 2017 12:00:00 AM

A commercial property is a good investment option that can frequently offer higher rewards in comparison to some residential investments. The lease tenures in commercial property are typically longer and can increase by four percent or more each year or as per the consumer price index (CPI). Moreover, when commercial tenants run their business in your property, they clean, renovate, and maintain it regularly.

Topics: Commercial

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Topics: Commercial

7 Tips to Find the Best Location for Your Business

Posted on Aug 31, 2017 12:00:00 AM

With the rising popularity of e-commerce, people aren't motivated to visit brick-and-mortar stores unless they have to. "Retail businesses in particular can suffer, especially if people find it difficult to locate on their mobile phones," says Greg Pond, a leading Stapleton commercial real estate broker. In short, even in the modern technology-driven world, having a great location is a must for many businesses.

Topics: Commercial

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Topics: Commercial

7 Tips for Investing in Real Estate

Posted on Mar 15, 2016 8:48:00 PM

Being a real estate investor has come back into vogue as of late, and more and more people are trying their hand at being a landlord. Investing in real estate can be a great way to diversify your retirement or add cash flow to your bank account. Before you dive in or before you buy your next property, there are some questions that should be answered to ensure you know the pros and cons of being a landlord. It is imperative that you know the laws and the responsibilities of a landlord; there are plenty of websites, reality shows, Podcasts, and YouTube videos out there on investing in real estate that can shed some light on the day-to-day of being a landlord. This article scratches the surface on investing in rental property and hopefully provides some valuable tips for you to get started.

Topics: Commercial, Property Management, Residential

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Topics: Commercial, Property Management, Residential

Property Tax Bills… Assess, Dispute, Relax!

Posted on Mar 10, 2015 12:00:00 AM

Property Tax Bills… Assess, Dispute, Relax!

Topics: Commercial, Property Management, Residential

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Topics: Commercial, Property Management, Residential

I Can't Believe They Are Letting Me Write On Their Blog - About Me

Posted on Mar 6, 2013 12:00:00 AM

Welcome to the TJC Blog.  Clearly the TJC Real Estate and Management (TJCRE&M) team is focused on helping their customers buy, sell, rent and lease homes rather than pay attention to creativity in their blog.  Who the crud named this TJC Blog?  Probably Mr. TJC himself.  If I’m a consumer interested in the real estate market, I can’t find a better resource than TJC Real Estate, even if they have a sucky acronym (TJCRE&M) and a suckier blog title.  If I’m an editor looking for someone to write headlines, I’m going to pass on the genius that came up with TJC Blog.

Topics: Commercial, Property Management, Rental, Residential

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Topics: Commercial, Property Management, Rental, Residential

Class A Office Space For Lease in Stapleton

Posted on Oct 26, 2012 12:00:00 AM

Topics: Commercial

Stapleton Development Update

Posted on Oct 4, 2012 12:00:00 AM

Topics: Commercial, Property Management, Rental, Residential