Investor Workshop: Growing your Portfolio Out-of-State

Investability® was created to help everyday investors tap into the potentially lucrative market space of single-family residential (SFR) investing. According to RentRange data, there are over 15 million rental properties in the United States- the majority of which are owned by mom-and-pop investors owning between 1 and 10 rental properties. Significant advances in technology and…

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Colorado Real Estate Experts' 2017 Market Predictions

Happy New Year ICOR Friends! And just like that, we begin the second week into the New Year. The journey we took to get through last year was nothing short of incredible. The Colorado real estate market was fascinating to watch as demand was much higher than supply, resulting in property values showing their strongest…

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3 ways the economy impacts your investing game

Believe us… it will impact the real estate market   Like all investment strategies, the real estate market is not immune to the ups and downs of the economy. Real estate market fluctuations can be directly linked to the health of the global, national and local economies. These ups and downs often come in waves…

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Investor VS City: Is It True What They Are Saying?

What can Colorado investors can learn from worldwide growth trends? Recently, The Economist published a thought provoking article on the worldwide population explosion happening in our major cities. The article aptly titled, Man vs City, really got us thinking about how international growth concerns echo some of our own growing pains here in Colorado. While…

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Hope isn’t a strategy

How analyzing population growth can make a difference There are a lot of great things about living and working in Colorado. We are home to some of the most beautiful parks, lakes and mountain ranges in the country. Larimer County reported in their Our Lands – Our Future report that; “Quality of life in Colorado…

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Is the US economy actually shrinking?

Remember the Disney movie “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids!”   Well, it’s happened to the U.S. economy – again…! Remember the first estimate of 2014’s Q1?Economists and news reporters thought it was a typo: .1% GDP growth – that’s “point” 1%, as in 1/10th of one percent.   Now they’ve revised it – and it’s worse – the first-quarter contraction of…

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