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Denver Real Estate Trends

Every real estate investment market is unique and has it’s own thumb print.  Denver is no exception and often surprises prospective buyers or real esate investors when they see the Denver real estate chart.
It surprises them, because the media leads most people to think that the entire country was experiencing a massive housing bubble from the early 2000’s through 2007.  This was true on a US macro level and in specific markets like Las Vegas, Phoenix and Cape Coral.
What most people do not know is that only 25 of the roughly 400 major …

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Denver Foreclosure Process

Denver Foreclosure Process
by Skyler Moore:
The foreclosure process is a state police power, which means that every state is allowed to set it owns laws and procedures.  Some states tend to be more friendly to third party investors, while others make it more difficult for investors to pick up properties at a discount.  In Colorado, the process is investor friendly in my opinion.  My reason for this, is because third party investors know prior to the public trustee auction what the note holder is willing to pay in order to retain …

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Denver Real Estate Wholesalers

By: Skyler Moore
A wholesaler is a person or business that purchases distressed properties at a low enough price to be resold immediately to an end user, investor or business for a quick profit.
This profit typically ranges from $5,000 to $10,000 depending on the size of the property.  The need for wholesalers and reason for their mark up, is because they have the relationships to purchase distressed real estate and also have to have the cash to purchase a property.  It is rare for any distressed property to be financed that …

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Investing in Denver Properties


Investors Cash in on Denver’s Price to Rent Ratios
Investors all across the country are capitalizing on great price to rent ratios in the metro Denver area for strong cash flow.  Denver real estate was hit hard like most major markets during the housing correction, but has seen an increase of 12.1% from June of 2009 to an average sales price of $190,500.  The key to avoiding negative cash flow properties is to stick with numbers based on sound due diligence of the local market.
The Denver area varies in price drastically by …