Monthly Archives: November 2016

Want to Increase Your Earning Potential?

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Rental Type 15-May 15-Jun 15-Jul Total
Long-Term Rental $2,200 $2,200 $2,200

$6,600

Short-Term Rental $4,556 $4,171 $5,158 $13,885
Effortless Rental Group Rental $7,062 $6,465 $7,995 $21,522

Did you know that you could increase your monthly revenue by up to 200% when you switch from a long-term to a short-term rental strategy for your investment property? These are actual numbers from a property in downtown Denver. The property owner was receiving $2,200 in monthly rent from a long-term tenant. Converting to a short-term rental strategy increased the monthly income by 207%. This is a great improvement—but it requires a lot of time and effort to do all on your own.

Effortless Rental Group offers a complete turnkey solution for converting your property into a short-term rental. We handle all bookings and management duties. Not only do we take the hard work out of managing a short-term rental property, we also use our industry knowledge and pricing analytical software to maximize your monthly income (in this case, by 328%!)

The choice is clear: Effortless Rental Group produces a higher ROI and performs all the legwork in creating a successful short-term rental.

5 of the Best 5-Star Restaurants in Denver

Your trip to Denver wouldn’t be complete without sampling some of the local flavors. Whatever you’re craving, you’ll be sure to find it here. Scroll down to get a taste of a few of our favorite spots.

Fruition Restaurant

Location: 1313 E 6th Ave

Neighborhood: Cheesman Park

Hours: Monday – Saturday: 5 – 10PM; Sunday: 5 – 9PM

Why you’ll love it: With its cozy environment and excellent service, you’ll feel like part of the family at Chef Alex Seidel’s restaurant featuring “elevated comfort food.” Sustainably fueled by Fruition Farms, you can feel good about where your food is coming from at this farm-to-table gem located in the lively dining scene of 6th Ave.

Mizuna Denver

Location: 225 E 7th Ave

Neighborhood: Capitol Hill

Hours: Tuesday – Saturday: 5 – 10PM

Why you’ll love it: Mizuna encourages its chefs to stretch the boundaries and expand their culinary limits—demonstrated by their eclectic menu offering delicacies like Seared Spanish Octupus and Dry-Aged Magret Duck Breast. The seasonal menu is always changing under Chef Frank Bonanno’s roof, making for a different experience every time you visit this modern French eatery.

Rioja

Location: 1431 Larimer St

Neighborhood: Downtown

Hours: Monday – Tuesday: 4 – 10PM; Wednesday – Thursday: 11:30AM– 2:30PM, 4 – 10PM; Friday: 11:30AM – 2:30PM, 4 – 11PM; Saturday: 10AM – 2:30PM, 4 – 11PM; Sunday: 10AM – 2:30PM, 4 – 10PM

Why you’ll love it: The perfect spot to grab a bit before a show at the Denver Performing Arts Complex, Rioja offers a unique fusion between Mediterranean and local flavors. Chef Jennifer Jasinki won the James Beard Foundation Award for Best Chef Southwest in 2013 and was a semifinalist for Outstanding Chef 2016. It will be easy to see why when you indulge in mouth-watering dishes such as the Pan Seared Black Bass and Lobster-Red Jewel Yam Bisque.

The Capital Grille

Location: 1450 Larimer St

Neighborhood: Downtown

Hours: Monday – Thursday: 11AM – 10PM; Friday: 11AM – 11 PM; Saturday: 3 – 11PM; Sunday, 4 – 9PM

Why you’ll love it: A sophisticated atmosphere, wonderful service, and arguably the best steak in Denver—what’s not to love? We recommend making a reservation well in advance for this busy steakhouse in the heart of downtown. After dinner, hit some of the bars on Larimer like Roosevelt or Larimer Lounge.

Linger

Location: 2030 W 30th Ave

Neighborhood: Highlands

Hours: Monday – Thursday, Sunday: 5:30 – 10PM; Saturday & Sunday: 5:30 – 11PM

Why you’ll love it: A mortuary turned hip American restaurant in the heart of the Highlands, this awesome spot boasts eclectic décor and a rooftop lounge overlooking the city. Be sure to check out the happy hour Monday – Friday from 4 – 6:30PM for delicious $5 cocktails and food like the 5 Spice Old Fashioned and the Mongolian BBQ Duck Bun.

New Light Rail Line Cuts Travel Time to DIA

Paying a ton of money to take a taxi to the airport in bumper-to-bumper traffic is now a thing of the past in Denver. With the addition of the new light rail A-Line that travels between Union Station and DIA, Denver joins the ranks of just a handful of American cities with direct train routes to the airport. On a larger scale, Denver is now on the same level as major international cities such as Paris and Amsterdam with direct lines between the city and the airport.

The new line allows tourists and residents to travel more efficiently, in terms of both time and cost. The A-line makes it much easier for people to catch a flight without worrying about sitting in traffic or paying exorbitant taxi or Uber fees. On the contrary, the A-line to the airport costs a mere $9. Simply pay the $9 and receive a day pass, which can then be used to transfer for free to the A-line at Union Station. The train takes only 37 minutes to travel all the way from Union Station to DIA, and runs every 15 minutes, all day.

We can’t promise to ease the frenzy once you arrive at one of the busiest international airports in the country—but at $9 and 37 minutes from Union Station on the light rail A-Line, at least your journey to DIA will be a breeze.