Several real estate companies, including Rick Caruso’s, have made a long-term bet on cryptocurrency. Several of them announced this week that they will start accepting bitcoin as a form of rent payment for their residential or retail properties. Caruso, the founder and CEO of Caruso, told CNBC’s Power Lunch program: “We believe that bitcoin is the right investment for us. We’ve allocated a … [Continue reading...] about Rent is accepted in Bitcoin by a real estate giant
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Can you become wealthy by owning investment properties? Some of the wealthiest individuals in the world have made their fortune from real estate. Think of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Ray Kroc (McDonald's founder), and even Vanilla Ice. One of the positives about real estate is that it is a tangible object that you can touch, wrap your arms around and even live in! Shelter is one of the three basic … [Continue reading...] about Owning Investment Properties and ROI
Landlord-tenant law in Colorado covers everything from the questions you can include on a rental application, to how and when you can increase rent or terminate a tenancy. Colorado landlords must follow specific state, federal, and local rules when it comes to owning a rental property. Failure to comply with your legal responsibilities can lead to costly disputes with tenants and hefty financial … [Continue reading...] about Latest information for Landlords
The relationship between a landlord and his tenant can sometimes be uneasy. Just ask the average unhappy tenant and he will most likely tell you that his landlord's sole ambition is to rip him off and make his life as difficult as possible. On the other hand, an unhappy landlord tends to view the situation somewhat differently and feels that no matter how much he does for his tenant, there are … [Continue reading...] about Investing in Property and Becoming a Landlord
When evicting tenants in Colorado, landlords must carefully follow the rules and procedures set forth by Colorado law. Otherwise, the court can dismiss the eviction suit, allowing the tenant to remain until the landlord (properly) restarts the eviction process. All counties in Colorado have implemented eviction moratoriums for the duration of COVID-19 some counties have a slightly different … [Continue reading...] about Landlord Information About Evictions
There is a commonly used privacy clause that allows a landlord access to the rental property at reasonable times, and with reasonable notice to the tenant. This is to make necessary repairs or reasonable inspections. A landlord also has the right to enter a rental unit without notice in emergencies. For a free rental estimate or to talk to a real person click this number 303‑665‑7368. 1. Can a … [Continue reading...] about Landlord access to your rental property