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Ben Franklin once said, “In this world, nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” Well, fast forward to the present day, and one part of his quote remains to be true: death. But for individuals who invest in real estate, there is a way to defer capital gains taxes after all. That way is through a 1031 exchange. And whether you’re a new or experienced investor, you can greatly benefit from this real estate transaction. Today we’ll be discussing the top five reasons to pursue a 1031 exchange according to two 1031 exchange brokers.
What kind of commercial real estate brokerage firm do you want to represent your interests? Like many organizations, the leadership can heavily dictate or influence the approach to client interaction and conducting business. Perhaps you're seeking a company whose public image and actions are polished, highly ‘corporate’ transactional values that often lack a personal, client-first feel. Or maybe you prefer a company that treats you like you’re their only client and places high value on building and maintaining long-term relationships with those they represent. There is no ‘right’ methodology because different styles can find alignment with different client personalities. As my grandfather often said, “There is a butt for every chair”. Looking beyond demeanor and approach, top commercial real estate companies in Denver will provide the following as part of their day-to-day service offering:
Navigating the complexities of Denver commercial real estate (CRE) can be overwhelming, to say the least. New real estate developments are still popping up, especially industrial properties, and the market appears to be rebounding to grow at record rates despite Colorado’s governor locking down thousands of businesses. To make the CRE process more manageable, we recommend working with experienced Denver commercial real estate brokers. With CCIM-certified CRE experts on your side, you can make informed decisions when buying, selling, or leasing local properties.
When you think about it, owning real estate is considered by many to be part and parcel of the American Dream. If fact, the U.S. Declaration of Independence’s original draft featured the language, “…Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Property'' until the last word was ultimately changed to “Happiness” by Thomas Jefferson. There’s nothing that compares to the pride and financial freedom that comes with owning your own property. Beyond that, investing in commercial real estate (CRE) can be a fantastic way to diversify your investment portfolio and earn passive income. But if you’re new to the world of CRE investing, knowing where to start can be confusing—or even downright daunting. Fortunately, Fountainhead Commercial is here to help. Here are three ways to invest in real estate from our experienced property investment advisors.
Whether you’re a buyer, seller, tenant, or landlord, working with the right commercial real estate company is one of the most important decisions your business can make. Hiring the wrong brokerage firm or independent broker can be a costly mistake—in terms of time, money, and overall success. And unfortunately, finding the right brokerage firm isn’t as easy as a simple Google search. If you’re on the hunt for commercial real estate companies in Denver, here are some guiding questions to ensure you work with a reputable and successful team.
Finding the right commercial real estate broker is one of the most important decisions you can make when buying, selling, or leasing a commercial property. The person you choose to work with can significantly impact your acquisition deal terms, lease rental rates, and return on investment, so it quite literally pays to do your research. The good news is, there is an abundance of Denver commercial real estate brokers, so the right fit for you is out there somewhere! It just might take a little bit of research.
Successfully navigating the complexities of commercial real estate can be challenging. Without an experienced broker working on your behalf, it can be difficult to avoid the common pitfalls of leasing or buying property. Whether you’re a property owner, prospective buyer/investor, or a tenant, working with commercial real estate brokers in Denver, Colorado can save you a significant amount of time and money.
Investing in commercial real estate (CRE) can yield secure but modest returns as well as high investment returns if you go about it strategically and understand the risks. Comparatively, U.S. Treasury yields are at/near all-time lows in 2020. In this article, we’ll cover the ins and outs of commercial property investment in Denver so you can determine if it’s right for you.
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Whether you’re a business owner renting office space in a downtown high-rise or an investor with a handful of strategic properties making up your portfolio, having the right commercial real estate broker on your team is essential to the long-term success of your efforts. Finding the right commercial broker to represent your interests is easier said than done, though; especially if you aren’t entirely sure what specific traits and behaviors will be beneficial to you. There are certain things you want to look for when hiring a commercial real estate broker, so let’s walk through them.