The video on selecting flooring for fix and flippers is incredibly helpful. From the advice given, investors can make decisions that ensure they get the most bang for their buck without sacrificing quality or aesthetic appeal.
We have launched our blog in Spanish thanks to our new writer Alfonso!
At our blog, spanish-speaking investors and landlords in Denver, Colorado can find all the information they need to make informed decisions about investing in real estate. From insider tips on which properties and neighborhoods to target to advice on the best ways to negotiate prices with sellers, we cover it all.
We also provide guidance on some of the common pitfalls investors should be aware of so they can avoid costly mistakes. Together, we believe that spanish-speaking entrepreneurs in Denver can maximize their success in the world of real estate investing.
You can see the first post here.
When it comes to finding the perfect rental property, there are a lot of factors to consider. One of the most important considerations for many renters is the type of living situation that is offered. Some renters prefer to have a private room and bathroom, while others are more open to sharing these spaces with other people.
Hiring virtual assistants for your real estate business can be a game-changer. Not only do they help with day-to-day tasks, but they can also provide valuable support and expertise to help you grow your business. Here are a few reasons why you should consider hiring a virtual assistant for your US-based real estate business.
Here's a video of Matt Holmes on Paul Copcutt's podcast:
With many people in the midst of buying and selling homes, it’s important to understand the current housing market.
The real estate industry has been on a wild ride for the past year.
Experts are predicting that 2023 may be another rollercoaster year for the industry. We wanted to thank you for your continued support. Be on the lookout for even more exciting updates in 2023!
Experts have different opinions on how the market will turn out. With so much happening across the country and costs for everything on the rise, you might be wondering how it’s impacting real estate.
If you're interested to know more, we'd love to hear from you. Contact us now.
So many people predicted that the housing market would crash last year due to the pandemic. In that spirit, there are several who subscribed to the notion that the real estate and housing market would remain strong for a very long time. They hold this notion because of the record low inventory, the interest rates and demand. The pandemic which had crashed several industries like the hospitality and travel industry has been a blessing for the housing and real estate industry.
Selling your property can be overwhelming, but doing so during an epidemic might be even more daunting. Apart from experiencing safety and health concerns, you are likely to face economic distress on top of the common market conditions in such a scenario.
After reading this article on VICE, I thought we'd publish some tips on how to deal with the Covid-19 crisis and what to do if you lost your job, or need to ask for a rent discount, or are completely out of all cash.
Here's some tips, and also a recommendation for any other landlords that have some (very limited) financial flexibility like we do.