What type of investment property? (single family home, or multi unit like duplex, triplex, quad, etc.)? Also what do you mean by "affordable"? Feel free to contact me directly with more info, and I'd be happy to help.
I would suggest the north east metro area such as Thornton, Northglenn and even Brighton. Also eastern Denver such as Aurora. Still lots of good opportunties for single family homes in that price range. Feel free to contact me and I'll create a search for you in the MLS.
Aurora near the hospital is an outstanding place to invest. Real estate in that community is probably the least expensive in town. It is by no means "hip," but I think you'll see a huge ROI over the next 5-10 years if not sooner.
Buy a rental -- there are a ton of young residents who will pay top dollar to live close to work.
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How big of a condo and where? We are experiencing a CRAZY Seller's Market due to the severe lack of inventory. There is basically NOTHING out there for $100K. I can't even help buyers get a condo for $200K. We run into 20-30 other buyers...many with cash. Feel free to contact me directly and I'll send you what's available.
Or you can create your own search at
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I think Harvard Gulch is an untapped area. It is near DU and Platt Park, close to light rail and has easy access to downtown. There are a lot of builders working there and I think you will see this area really grow in the next few years.... more
I agree with Bob. Also with rental rates increasing as they have been and demand not slowing...it wouldn't be a smart move on their part to unload anytime soon. And they always make the smart move.... more