Centennial Property Management

What you need to know about Centennial property management and real estate investing

Centennial is located 14-miles southeast of Denver and is home to nearly 110,000 Colorado residents. The city was incorporated in 2001, making it one of the newest cities within the State of Colorado. Centennial Municipal Airport is the perfect place to store your Learjet for the winter, Streets at SouthGlenn is a shopping & entertainment paradise, and Cherry Creek State Park is just a quick car ride away.

Rental rates and housing prices are very high in Centennial, due in large part to the growing job market. Technology and Health Care are the major industries with employers such as Zillow, Amazon, Comcast, United Health Care, and Centura Health anchored in the area. Although Centennial is located on the southern end of the Denver Metropolitan area, residents can easily head north via E-470 (a local north/south toll-road), or south via I-25 to get to Colorado Springs.

We believe you should consider Centennial as an investment opportunity, particularly if you are seeking a low-risk real estate investment area. Real estate will continue to appreciate in value given the high-demand for housing in this Denver sub-market. That being said, you can’t ‘have your cake and eat it, too!’. Cash flow on your investment property within this submarket will likely be nominal at best.

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Pros

  • Major employers & strong job market
  • Great future price appreciation
  • Accessibility to Northern & Southern CO via E-470
  • Local community amenities

Cons

  • Housing affordability
  • CAP rate (investment rate of return) is lower than some other areas
  • Higher than average crime rate

Overall Centennial Real Estate Investment Rating

B+