The 5 most typical questions investors have

And why they are super important to ask   All real estate investors are faced with challenges. Believe us, there will always be something new to learn or some new issue to consider, or maybe a major fire (literally and figuratively) that needs your attention. That’s why we want to encourage our investors to develop…

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Want to save some major cash

Of course you do… everyone wants to keep a little green   When was the last time you found yourself needing a little bit of advice but didn’t know who to call? ICOR knows it happens more than you’re willing to admit. But guess what? It’s okay… no one has all the answers. So, ICOR…

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Sage Advice from an ICOR Founder

Let these musings inspire you!   ICOR has a great, truly devoted community of investors, a dedicated, whip-smart staff and visionary leaders. We don’t mean to brag… but we’re pretty impressed with what we’ve built here in Colorado! While preparing for this month’s meeting we had a chance to sit down with one of the…

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Dude… where’s the deal?

5 things to consider when looking for your next deal   Figuring out your best or preferred investing strategy can be hard. Like really hard. Finding a deal that meets all your variable requirements can be even more challenging. Does the deal fit with your strategy — there are probably 20 different areas of investing…

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Key to Success… Network your butt off

6 tips to better your networking skills   Have you ever been approached by someone, maybe an acquaintance, they’re a little nervous, and they ask you for help on a project? Sure, you might be inclined to support them but they can’t really communicate what they need from you or you don’t see how you…

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The Filthy Tenant Nightmare...

Never deal with this again! It was the most rancid thing Scott Meyers has seen in his life. Pizza boxes piled to the ceiling. Beer cans overflowing with moldy cigarette butts. Stray needles and random garbage strewn across the floor. Even the occasional dead mouse. That was the state of Meyers’ “nightmare” unit when he…

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