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With almost all real estate sales involving improved property, there is the recapture of depreciation. Section 1250 of the Internal Revenue Code requires that depreciation be recaptured at the current rate of 25%, which is higher than the current long-term capital gains rate. For this reason, the ability to defer the recapture of depreciation may make a 1031 exchange very attractive.


Last year in Metro Denver, December sales were nearly as strong as August giving the metro area a strong finish. Preparing a home for sale, marketing it, and getting to contract and closing can take a few months, so if you’re considering a move in 2011, now is the time to start.


Perry & Co. Real Estate Professionals’ Realtor Corrie Lee tells us all about Denver Colorado’s Congress Park neighborhood including information on its History (like, did you know much of it was a Pioneer graveyard?), Schools, Boundaries, Real Estate and Local Amenities.


If you are currently undergoing a Homeowner’s Loan Modification Program, chances are your lender will require you to contact a HUD Approved Counseling Agency at some point during the process. Regardless, a financial counseling agency can be an inexpensive and valuable resource to anyone comtemplating buying or selling a home.


It is well acknowledged, if not documented, that the 1999-2004 Porsche Carrera 911 (or 996) is the ugly step-child of the 911 family. Having been born right after the pampered darling, the 993, the much belittled 996 was intended as a leap forward in luxury and performance – a Porsche for the new age.


The 2008 statistics are in, and once again Perry & Co.’s average home sales price exceeded the Metro Denver average by over 200%!


It’s no secret that suddenly real estate professionals all across the country are touting the importance of social networking. In fact, after blogging, social-networking has been the major topic of conversation…


The First Time Buyer defined:
They are buying homes today that don’t have inflated equity.
They don’t have to wait for their home to sell.
They have sellers willing to pay their closing costs and buy-down already good interest rates…