Rodolfo Canon of Canon Property Group at Buell & Company hosts a podcast for those interested in Denver small office investment. This is part of an on-going series to teach the principals of commercial real ... Read MoreDenver Small Office Investment
Rodolfo Canon of Canon Property Group at Buell & Company is hosting a webinar for the first time commercial real estate investor. This is part of an on-going series to teach the principals of commercial ... Read MoreFirst Time Denver Commercial Investor
National Trends In a recent article in Biznow, the author focused on examining commercial real estate trends in secondary and tertiary markets. He defines those as not included in the “gateway markets.”  It’s interesting ... Read MoreWhere is the Greatest Demand for Class A Office Space in Denver?
Unless you have been asleep for the last 18-months, or have no interest in the real estate market, or the overall Denver economy, you probably know that Denver’s population continues to grow. The reasons behind ... Read MoreDevelopment Challenges for the Denver Metropolitan Area
The Canon Property Group at Your Castle Real Estate is a small team that has built its business by understanding our customers’ needs and objectives and finding either buyers or sellers for them. The commercial ... Read MoreDenver Commercial Real Estate Lending from a Banker’s Perspective
The Definition of Value-add The definition of ‘value-add” in the real estate investment world is “the asset in need of work that can be improved to optimize its income potential.” In the commercial real estate ... Read MoreDenver Multifamily Value-add Investments
While looking for property on Tennyson Street, I came across a “For Sale” sign for two lots totaling 10,000 square feet across the street from Cesar Chavez Park. The owner had multiple properties spread across ... Read MoreDenver Condo Development Project on Tennyson Street
Over the last 100-years Denver has only lost population once and that was during the recession of 2002-2003. Since 2010, Denver’s population has grown by more than 100,000 people. Today Denver still has inbound net ... Read MoreAre We in a Bubble in the Denver Real Estate Market?
There is information everywhere on the internet about building long-term wealth by investing in income-producing property. But is there adequate information that you can access one-on-one in the Denver market over a cup of coffee ... Read MoreDo You Need to be a Millionaire to Invest in Commercial Real Estate in Denver?
An Aerotropolis is an urban region whose infrastructure, land use, and economy are centered on an airport. In Denver, there are thousands of undeveloped acres surrounding our Aerotropolis. How will it be used? Why is ... Read MoreDenver Aerotropolis – What is It?
If you own a retail strip mall, or a small office building and have been receiving rents over the years, or have used it as your shop or office, you may have accumulated equity in ... Read MoreYou Own Denver Commercial Real Estate, Now What?
After being in the residential real estate business for three years, the market turned and I had to adapt to the market. I took advantage of the mortgage crisis and helped investors buy, remodel, and ... Read MoreLessons in Denver Commercial Real Estate and Development
IRC Section 1031 provides an exception and allows you to postpone paying tax on the gain on the sale of real estate if you reinvest the proceeds in similar property as part of a qualifying ... Read More1031 Exchange in Denver Commercial Real Estate – A Jigsaw Puzzle
My office is an old retail ground floor spot. From that spot I witness the comings and goings of the Jefferson Park commercial area. One day, a casual acquaintance named Matthew and I bumped into ... Read MoreSloans Lake View Office Building
The subject property was a 90-year old brick, single story warehouse that occupied the entire 50,000 square foot block from Walnut Street to the alley. The south half of the building floor was elevated with ... Read MoreRiNo Warehouse 1031 Transaction
When searching for opportunities for my clients, I like to look for areas with some external economic drivers that will attract, eventually, commercial real estate investment. The process typically goes like this: small development forces ... Read MoreDeveloping a Legacy Asset in a Denver Submarket
In 2006 I became a residential real estate broker. I began the journey to build my business with hard work and long hours. I was happy with the commission income and that I was recognized ... Read MoreAbout the Denver Commercial Real Estate and Development Podcast