Drones In The City

The sky is no longer the limit in Amazon’s eyes. Amazon Prime Air will be utilizing drones to deliver goods to their Amazon Prime members. The importance of this is more than just knowing you will be able to receive dog treats within half an hour, it means that drones will eventually serve a much…

21st Century Transportation

Years ago, humanity’s image of the future was depicted with flying cars. Unfortunately, we are still at the point in time where many of us can barely drive a car on the ground let alone pilot a flying object in the sky. We have, however, begun to make the idea of autonomous vehicles a common…

Accelerate Your Investment Returns Here

With the current state of the economy and a long-lasting upward real estate cycle; high-net-worth investors should be looking to the commercial real estate market for unique investment options. This being said, how can a high-net-worth investor decide on which company will meet their needs to develop new distinct investment experiences? Western Investor Network, LLC,…

Technology Is Great, But Don’t Trust It To Manage Your Property

eRentPayment, a privately-held company based in Fort Collins, offers landlords the ability to collect rent payments online as well as perform background checks on tenants. They have also had quite the eventful month of October. A post on eRentPayment’s Facebook page on October 3rd informed their customers that they would be switching to another processing…

Is This The Future Of Craft Beer?

Colorado does not disappoint with the amount of craft breweries available no matter which city you are in. Denver specifically, now has 70 breweries. However, two breweries in Denver are standing out from the rest due to a business move to operate both breweries within the same building. Wit’s End Brewing Co. plans to close…

Amazon HQ2: Time To Sit Back And Watch The Show

Today officially marks the deadline for cities to send in their proposals to Amazon which essentially illustrate what incentives they have to offer and why they are better than everyone else. Tax incentives and promise of extensive development sites are of the most common offerings seen within proposals, but some cities are taking it a…

Are The Days Of Paying With Good Old Fashioned Cash Over?

The evolution of cash came from a long historical line of tangible assets. It began as a bartering technique such as trading your beloved goat named Billy, for a beautifully made necklace in order to make your wife happy on your anniversary that you forgot about. Eventually, bartering turned to forms of coins whether it…

Not Even Snow Can Put Out Metro Denver’s Commercial Real Estate “Hot Streak”

In Molly Armbrister’s article in the Denver Business Journal, she includes insight from Tim Richey, vice chairman of capital markets at CBRE Group Inc, who states, “We’re participants in one of the best commercial real estate markets in the country. Pricing is at an all-time high and there’s a lot of momentum”. The biggest motivating…

Arapahoe Road? More Like ArapaSLOW Road.

Western Investor Network is located off of Arapahoe Road and Dayton so we see the full toll of the traffic being created as a result of more than a years worth of construction efforts. If you have ever ended up on Arapahoe Road during rush-hour traffic then you know how frustrating and time-consuming it can…

Big City, Big Bean

Continuing on from the last post; after Tony and Stan attended Gene Trowbridge’s advanced workshop on syndication and crowdfunding, Stan returned to Denver, while Tony extended his stay in order to stare into a giant bean. The city and walking around Millennium Park was not enough to satisfy Tony’s need for adventure so naturally he…