May 8, 2019

How To Turn A Commercial Property Into A New Business

While most people tend to think of rehab and renovation jobs as having to do with residential real estate, the truth is that a commercial property can also be revamped and converted into a new space for a new business. Below are some tips to guide you through this process so you can avoid some of the common problems that… Read More >

April 23, 2019

8 Questions About Hard Money Loans

1. What’s the Purpose of a Hard Money Loan? Hard money loans are a good option for those who need a short-term loan to complete a real estate project. Rather than heading to a bank or other conventional lender, you can receive the funds that you need from an individual or a private lender who loans you the money based… Read More >

April 2, 2019

Is Flipping an Older Home a Potential Concern?

Older homes can certainly be appealing to the investor who’s interested in fixing and flipping. These properties are found all over the country and, in some markets, even make up the majority of the housing available. Plus, there’s the opportunity to grab an older home at a lower price point than a newer construction, which means you have the chance… Read More >

January 23, 2019

Flipping Homes | How to Handle Hoarder House Situations

Anyone who has experience in flipping homes knows that you can come across some, let’s say, interesting properties. Some houses are fairly straightforward when it comes to repairing them to sell them quickly, while others require a lot more prep and a lot more labor before they’re ready to hit the market again. One such example is the hoarder’s house…. Read More >

December 10, 2018

Adapting and Finding Opportunities in Denver’s Slowing Market

Signs are that things are changing in the Denver housing market, indicating that buyers and sellers need to adapt to a slowdown. Inventory has been increasing (the number of active residential listings in September 2018 was around 16.1% higher than a year ago), and homes aren’t selling as quickly as they used to, with sellers often finding that they have… Read More >

October 25, 2018

Hard Money Loans & “Soft” Hard Money: What You Need To Know

A hard money loan is essentially a way of borrowing money without having to go to a conventional lender or bank. This type of loan is backed by an investor or individuals who are loaning you money based off of the property that you are using as collateral. These loans typically have a quick turnaround time to close, which allows… Read More >

Home Loan Webinar

October 23, 2018

Webinar: The Denver Metro Investment Group

Episode 32: Fix & Flips with Kim Hubbard Read More About this Webinar

Home Loan Podcast

October 23, 2018

Podcast: Denver Real Estate Investing

Episode 54: Hard Money Lending with Kim Hubbard 

Home Interior

January 24, 2018

2018’s Hottest Design Trends For Adding Value To Your Property

It’s no secret that getting into fix & flip investing ensures the rolling up of sleeves. At least in the beginning, you’re going to get dirty. But it gets playful too, and sleeve-rolling might just be fashion inspiration as you peruse design websites for on-trend accents. If you want to make your property investment sparkle with the 2018 looks that… Read More >

Home Interior

December 26, 2017

AirBnB As A Rental Investment – Worth It Or Not?

Everybody’s talking about AirBnB. And much of the chatter comes from people who’ve jumped in. So it’s tough not to get caught in the excitement of a side hustle that introduces you to globe-trotting travelers while also putting cash in your pocket. But as a real estate investment, is AirBnB truly worth the fuss? One might consider staying safe with… Read More >

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