NoCo Plus

Our special Plus membership plan exclusively for Northern Colorado real estate investors gives you Premium access to the following Real Estate Financial Planner™ software features.

GET THIS PLAN FOR FREE: NoCo real estate investors can get this plan for FREE.

Buy this membership plan below. Then, when you’re ready to buy or sell your next property in Northern Colorado, allow James Orr Real Estate Services LLC to help you buy or sell your property and get a 100% refund of your Real Estate Financial Planner LLC membership fees paid through the real estate closing of your new purchase or sale. Plus, get all the benefits of working with James Orr Real Estate Services LLC including comprehensive checklists for buying and renting properties, $6,000 lease and related forms specific to Northern Colorado, option agreement (if you want to do lease-options), access to recordings of our asset protection classes and much more.

Offer only valid for properties located in Fort Collins, Loveland, Windsor, Severance or Greeley, Colorado.

You can have the following number of assets saved to your Planner™:

  • 2 Scenarios
  • 4 Accounts
    • 3 custom Accounts.
    • 1 Account is always the default Cash Account.
  • 4 Properties*
    • 15 Properties per Scenario
  • 4 Rules
  • 2 Goals
  • 100+ Charts for Scenarios, Accounts, Properties and Goals

Additional Plan Details

  • Run priority: 8 (lower is better)
  • Days before archive: 14 days
  • Resolution for chart export: 1280 pixels x 720 pixels (16:9 format)
  • No Folders
  • No Machine Learning Optimization

Support Included

  • Email support
  • Additional non-email support available for purchase separately.

*IMPORTANT NOTE: Properties can be Dynamic Properties which act like a template that you can buy more than one of within Scenarios.

Limited to a maximum of 15 Properties per Scenario. This means that most Properties you can have in any given Scenario will be 15 total (including copies of Dynamic Properties). This prevents you from overloading the server by buying an excessive number of Properties.

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