That burning question is being asked by legislators looking for a solution for low-income renters and landlords wanting to stay in business.
From Broncos to beer, Denver is an attractive option for prospective residents seeking to relocate to the Mile-High City. Once considered one of the best-kept secrets because of the aforementioned benefits, not to mention numerous outdoor options, Colorado’s capital city is a popular destination to not only visit, but also live.
The banner headlines and breaking news surrounding the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act focused on reducing the tax burdens for individuals and businesses. What the media coverage minimized was the lesser known section that created new and perhaps unlimited opportunities for Denver real estate investors.
There is a new trend in the real estate market. According to the Associated Press (AP), cannabis real estate might be the new Gold Rush.
Research authored by global real estate services firm CBRE that centers on Colorado residential and commercial investment opportunities makes these two fundamental points:
"Effective adaptive reuse is where creativity meets business savvy."
Real estate-minded Colorado entrepreneurs, company owners and investors know that the current business environment is active and churning with possibilities. Regular readers of our blog at O'Brien Legal Services LLC in Denver certainly know that, given several of our entries that have recently underscored the Colorado commercial market's dynamism (please see our September 7 post, for example).
Denver has just made a list showing the Mile-High City's attraction as a high-tech commercial center.
With new tax laws emerging, more people are asking if real estate investing should also change. Investment strategies often consider tax laws, and with changing tax laws, it can be hard to know what exactly you need to do to keep your investments safe.
Have you ever noticed that homes close to the Denver Light Rail system are more expensive than other residences? Being close to a public transportation point is valuable due to the convenience and money-saving aspects of having easy access to public transport. It just makes going to work at the Denver Tech Center and heading to the Denver International Airport that much easier. This is why homes found along any light rail corridor in Denver have historically been more expensive.