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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.
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Tags: Denver Colorado Real Estate, Denver Real Estate, Perry & Co, Property Management
“When we finally got an offer, you handled all the details so I didn’t worry about anything. You gave me the options and your opinions when I asked but you did not push me into anything and supported the decisions I made. It made for an easy closing. Throughout the entire process, from listing to final sale, you were always available and so positive.”
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Tags: Denver Colorado Real Estate, Denver Neighborhoods, Denver Real Estate, Gina Cornelison, Home Selling, Letters of Commendation, Lighthouse, Perry & Co, Positive Attitude
USDA Rural Development Business Grant & Loan Eligibility
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) offers programs that help spur business activity as well as provide affordable financing for those who live in rural areas. These programs are no longer known as farmer’s loans. Since the expansion of the program, over 50 million Americans live in areas that are considered rural by the USDA.
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Tags: Denver Colorado Real Estate, Denver Real Estate, Loans, Matt Polsky, Rural Development, United States Department of Agriculture, USDA
Perry & Co. was started in 1971 when four real estate and insurance agents – Ken Perry, Don Larrance, Ed Talmadge and Ken Grunwald — split off from Bishop-Perry & Co. to continue doing business in Denver, while the rest of the company relocated to do business in Vail. The original downtown office was moved to Cherry Creek in 1976 and continues to be the headquarters.
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Tags: 40th Anniversary, Brooke Granville, Cindy Webb, Denver Colorado Real Estate, Denver Real Estate, Don Larrance, Jon Larrance, Katie Thomas, Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, Lorrie Grillo, Mary Sullivan-Ridge, Perry & Co, Relocation