This week, we attended the Colorado Springs Chapter of NARPM 13th Annual Landlord’s Symposium at Hotel Elegante. This year, the theme was entitled, Tools for the Modern Property Manager. Continue reading →
Face it. If you are looking for a rental home for your family, whether short or long term, you want a clean comfortable place to call home. Think about what you would want for your family, and then make sure your rental home reflects those qualities. Continue reading →
October 2018 Colorado Springs Real Estate Statistics
The Seller’s Market trend of the past few years is definitely cooling off. Year-over-year homes sales are still dropping. The Days on Market has extended to a bit over a month, 31 days. Although a buyer’s market is emerging, the PPAR market still needs more family-priced residential homes to rent. Continue reading →
Imagine this scenario. You’re stationed in Colorado Springs. You buy a home for your family because you love it here. But now you have ordered and must move. You don’t have time to sell your home, or the real estate market just isn’t right for you to make money right now. A friend mentions you could rent out your home while you’re gone, and even make a little money. Here’s how a military family can rent their home fast. Continue reading →
It’s fall in Colorado Springs. Snow is falling, and temperatures are plummeting. We want to keep those pipes from freezing. If you have a sprinkler system, it’s time to blow it out, so icing over doesn’t burst those pipes. Continue reading →
August showed a 7.8% drop in sales, while also showing a 10.3% increase in the median home price. The national real estate market appears to be slowing down, but our local housing demand is keeping home prices high in our area. This means that the PPAR market needs more average-priced residential homes to rent. Continue reading →
Are Pets Allowed?
One of the first things many applicants want to know when applying for a rental property is what the All-County Colorado Springs pet policy is like. Can they have pets? If so, what kind, and how many? What are the requirements?
The Seller’s Market trend of the past few years appears to be cooling off. Year-over-year homes sales are dropping slightly and our typical sales price increases are slowing down. Although the Days on Market remains almost half what it was in February of this year, people are having a harder time finding homes in the average price range. This means that the PPAR market needs more average-priced residential homes to rent. Continue reading →
An important part of being a successful landlord is the property management. For some, the decision is to self-manage. Other owners decide to hire a professional property manager. Make sure you pick the right property manager for you. Continue reading →
With home inventory low, prices high, and the Days on Market almost half what they were in February of this year, people are having a harder time finding homes in the average price range. This means that the PPAR market needs more average-priced residential homes to rent. Continue reading →