Home prices have been rising in Denver for the better part of four decades. This makes it a great market for investors. Your Castle Real Estate began as an investor focused brokerage and is a respected source for Denver Real Estate Investing knowledge. We have since branched out to all aspects of the business. Therefore, we are here to help you make sense of the opportunities available in our market today.
The bottom line is that you don’t need to spend thousands of dollars on real estate gurus and get-rich-quick schemes to learn real estate investing. There is no “right way” to invest. It’s important to educate yourself. Find the strategy that meets your goals and works for your situation. TRAINING is the best way to learn because you get the chance to ask questions, interact with the instructor and network. Many recordings can be watched HERE by registering through our webinar platform.
Denver Real Estate Investing Book
Lon Welsh, the Founder of Your Castle Real Estate, literally co-wrote a book on investing in Denver. The “Practical Guide to Colorado Real Estate Investing” is a comprehensive resource. He worked with local mortgage and title professionals to compile this great information. It is 100% focused on what it takes to become a successful investor here in Colorado. If interested, for $20 you can pick up a paperback copy from the Your Castle main office at 2755 S. Locust Street Suite 150, Denver, CO 80222.
Denver Real Estate Investment Consultation
Finally, Your Castle Real Estate has a network of agents who can help you learn more about investing in anything from single family homes to multi-unit apartment buildings. Our goal is to help you develop a long term plan for your investments. CONTACT OUR FOUNDER LON WELSH for a free investment consultation. Don’t worry, there’s no obligation or “hard close” at the end. We’ll just have a candid conversation about real estate, discuss your situation, and see how our company can help you achieve your real estate goals. For example, he recently helped a buyer close on a $3.5MM office building during the middle of the Coronavirus outbreak: CLICK HERE FOR THE ARTICLE