After six years of steady growth, in 2018 the Central Denver apartment market flattened out. Nearly 1,000 units were sold in 34 transactions, and the average price per unit was $182,938, a slight decrease from 2017’s average of $185,316.
You aren’t listening to this podcast episode by accident – something, some where, brought you here, to this very moment. Knowing your purpose provides simplicity, energy, and meaning to your life. Discovering WHY we are driven to do the things we do is a trail we are always foraging.
What does life balance really mean? Having an even split between work and life is an unrealistic myth that we all strive to meet. But, why can’t we instead create our own version? Life is messy, and finding your balance is going to be messy.
What are you communicating to your clients, and is it CLEAR what your message is? On this episode, Marketing Guru and brand expert Jimmy Mackin, Co-Founder of Curaytor shares tangible skills you can start using TODAY to increase revenue, attract customers, and stop wasting marketing dollars.
You can create a positive impact in your neighborhood through real estate, and it is our social responsibility as real estate agents to do so. Bo Menkiti is the Founder and CEO of The Menkiti Group, a real estate company in Washington, DC that is dedicated to transforming lives and communities through real estate services.
As market influences, our clients often ask us, “where is the market heading?” That question stems from a concern that the next recession will occur soon. The Denver apartment market’s expansion phase has lasted for 7 years resulting in amazing appreciation for multifamily owners.
In April 2016, our clients purchased a Capitol Hill building by putting 25% down, and financing 75% of the purchase price with a loan at 3.55% annual interest, fixed for 5 years. Oh those were the days!
Do you want to be right, or do you want to get what you want? This is a common question author, speaker, and real estate leader Andy Dane Carter asks not only his coaching clients, but his business partners, and even his own family. Learning to get unstuck after a hard day and accepting a failure is not the end of the world.
Delegating and dividing responsibilities of your business makes sense in a logical sense, but when you are dividing the responsibilities amongst you and your spouse, it becomes a little more difficult. Karishma and Vic Asrani didn’t plan to run a business together, but after 15 years of marriage and 5 years as the Asrani Group, they are even happier to be your partners in real estate.
Rents. Vacancy. Construction. Absorption. Where are we really heading? That is the big question on everyone’s mind as we start to feel, what seems like a shift, in the real estate market. In times of uncertainty, we look to what is sturdy and consistent; numbers and facts. On this episode, Kyle sits down with Cary Bruteig of Apartment Appraisers & Consultants.