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.
Revenue from rental properties is one of the most popular sources of long-standing income and the success/failure of this investment depends on several crucial factors. Regardless of your investment experience in the real estate field, your long-term objective should be to continue to hold occupancy and sustain a steady source of income.
After sponsoring StapletOM Yoga & Music Festival, I wanted to find a way for our real estate and property management company to relate with the StapletOM audience in a different manner than that which is stereotypical in our industry. True, people loved our complimentary yoga towels, but being able to contribute a sense of peace that could benefit us all (not just those in the market for a home) is important. The crazy, fast paced momentum does not just pertain to that of the real estate market, but explains many of our lives as well. With that being said, it would behoove us all to adopt that fabulous ZEN energy that we all felt at StapletOM.
Remember when painted on jeans were in? Squeezing into the tightest pair of Levi’s, Calvin Klein’s or Rockies was cruel, but pain was fashion and fashion was/is cool. Compare today’s housing market to the jean saga of the eighties and nineties and you will find gruesome similarities (even the forbidden camel toe)! As a woman from this era, I truly don’t want to rehash the cringing moments, nor will I compare detail for detail, but I am sure you get the picture.
If you are trying to make sense of the housing market in the Denver area these days, you are far from alone. There is a surge of people moving to Colorful Colorado and many speculations on ‘why’. Could it be the promised 300+ days of sunshine? The legalization of marijuana? Or the job market that is on the mend? The numbers are clear: For one reason or another, the Denver Metro area is currently one of the hottest housing markets in the nation.