Thursday, August 22, 2013
Properties, such as 566 Inca Street in Denver, show the many benefits of owning a live/work space. Small start-up companies and entrepreneurs can especially benefit from owning a space that can be used as both their home and office.
The top 3 reasons to own a Live/Work space:
1. Affordable office space. When starting a new business, adding another monthly mortgage or rent payment might not be in your budget. Owing a property that allows you to live and work in the space can save you from paying two separate rent checks along with saving you on the costs of gas, parking, and any other commuting fees that come from working outside of your home.
2. Being surrounded by other professionals. One of the most important things when staring a new business is networking. By living in an area like the one at 566 Inca Street, you will be surrounded by other businesses. This gives you an opportunity to meet and talk with other professionals in the area to get their insights and tips. Working with the other businesses also gives you the opportunity to share marketing costs and cross-promote.
3. Additional income. Even if you’re not ready to start your own business yet, owing a live/work space is an easy way to make a little extra income by renting it out to other business owners. Many business owners are looking to move into live/work spaces and if you are fortunate to own one, you can easily find renters to occupy the space.
Becoming an independent business owner and entrepreneur can be a very rewarding career and finding a place that suits your lifestyle and business, while helping you save money can be the opportunity you need to start that business.
For more benefits and information about live/work spaces, please see the article at: http://ohmyapt.apartmentratings.com/5-benefits-of-live-work-lofts.html
For more information on 566 Inca Street, please visit us at: http://www.lizrichardsrealestate.com/566_Inca_St.html
Thursday, August 8, 2013
Throughout Denver and the Nation, a more stable economy and increased job growth are helping home prices rise at a pace that hasn’t been seen since 1977. Though mortgage rates are increasing, they remain at historical lows, thus continuing to create a greater demand for housing. This demand, along with a low inventory of homes, is pushing prices up. A recent study by CoreLogic, a real estate data provider, showed that in June alone, home prices rose 10.5% from last year in Denver and 11.9% nation-wide. With homebuyers holding on to their homes in order to recoup some of their loses from the 2007/2008 crash, the new market promises them higher prices than have been seen in years.
For results from CoreLogic’s study please view the following articles: http://www.denverpost.com/breakingnews/ci_23805044/home-prices-denver-area-increase-10-5-percent
Tuesday, August 6, 2013
True live work space! Zones R-MU-30. Sleek modern design includes euro style cabinets, groovy light fixtures, vaulted ceilings, a balcony, and stainless steel appliances. This property offers a great opportunity to live and work in the Santa Fe Art District and just a short walking distance from South Broadway's vibrant shops and restaurants. 1 Bed - 1 1/2 Baths - 1200 Sq Ft. - $350,000 >