Posts Tagged ‘Denver Colorado Real Estate’

The old cliché of the overbearing landlord and dissatisfied tenant is too often considered a harsh reality. However, this only happens if both parties let it be true – it doesn’t have to be this way at all. Landlords and tenants can have pleasant relationships if they take the right measures. It will make for better business for the property manager and a better living situation for the tenant.


Perry & Co. Realtors has announced that President & Managing Broker Heather Parness has resigned effective June 16, 2012. Heather joined the company in September of 2009.


Perry & Co. south Denver metro real estate agents gathered at the DTC/Belleview Promenade office to say good-bye to their neighbors of 10 years in preparation for their move to Village Shops at The Landmark in July. They delivered potted geraniums with farewell cards describing the location of the new office.


Today’s Classified Ad:
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It’s the waiting that can be hard for sellers. Counseling patience with sellers in today’s market was the topic in an article in March/April 2012 issue of The Residential Specialist, the magazine published for real estate brokers who have completed their coursework as Certified Residential Specialists (CRS). Karen was recently asked to chime in on how she works with her sellers when their homes haven’t sold.


Denver’s Perry & Co. Realtors has earned the 2011 Website Quality Certification (WQC), presented February 2012, by Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® to member companies that have demonstrated excellence in website design, functionality and execution.


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.


In addition to Dave Browning’s Task Force duties, he currently serves as a Director on the Denver Metro Association of Realtors’ Board of Directors – as he has since being elected in 2008. In addition to serving on the Board of Directors, Dave serves on many DMAR committees including Governmental Affairs, Finance, Political Survival Fund (aka RPAC) and as the Chairperson of the New Member Orientation Committee.


The following quotes have been used in the Perry & Co. Real Estate Professionals Weekly Denver Realtor Sales Meeting Agendas. They are included in the weekly agenda in order to motivate company real estate agents and also illustrate the current economic situation in real estate. They are presented together here in chronological order beginning January 4, 2012.


“It is our absolute pleasure to have an opportunity to recommend Courtney Ranson, a truly exceptional real estate broker.”