Just Sold: 840 N. Cherry St. (Denver 17-unit)

Calibrate Real Estate is proud to announce the sale of a 17-unit apartment building in the Hale/Mayfair neighborhood of Denver. Kyle Malnati conducted 23 showings with investors and brokers in December. We received four offers and went Under Contract with a 1031 Exchange Buyer after 1 week of marketing.

Kyle originally represented the Seller when they purchased this 8,949 SQFT property in 2015 and they saw a gain of 26% in just over 5 years with this sale!

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#164: Become a Passive Cash Flow Leader with a Deferred Sales Trust

Paying too much in capital gains tax is a major fear for investors. The old school solution, 1031 exchanges, leaves many people overpaying and over-stressed. With restrictive rules and timing, 1031 exchanges offer little possibility to diversify and no liquidity. We saw this firsthand when COVID-19 first hit and waves of Buyers were trapped in exchanges in a utterly changed markets – forced to buy (and likely overpay) something they didn’t even want. Brett Swarts has a better solution.

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Denver Area Market Watch – January 2021 in Review

How did the housing market perform this month? REcolorado market statistics for January show it’s a Seller’s market. With a decrease in new listings, the average sold price for single family homes rose by over 16%! Throughout the month 3,164 homes closed, a decrease of 6% year-over-year. Sellers brought 4,285 New Listings of homes for sale to the market, 12% less than last January. Strong demand kept home prices high.

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#162: Profit First for Real Estate Agents with Damon Yudichak

This week on the podcast we are tackling Real Estate Agents’ biggest issue: their money. Our guest, Damon Yudichak, author of the upcoming book Profit First for Real Estate Agents, walks us through his simple process.

Many Real Estate Agents find themselves in the same trap: as our supply of money increases, our demand for it increases, and often we look up at the end of the month and have no idea where our commission checks went.

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