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Will Rents Increase in Denver in 2023?

Key PointsRental supply is not increasingRental demand is slowingRental rates may decline This is an ongoing question for both the Denver rental market and the entire Colorado market. As rents have continued to accelerate over the past years, 2023 has brought more questions about...
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I can't sell my house - what should I do?

Key PointsReal estate sales have slowed dramatically Some sellers are finding they are not able to sell because of a lack of buyer demandSome sellers are deciding to rent their homes, rather than sell  Numerous homeowners in Colorado have attempted to sell their houses ...
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Denver Rental Licensing Program Update

Key Points The licensing program only applies to properties located in Denver CountyThere are two different deadlines dependent on your property typeA licensed inspector must inspect the property before the application can be madeThe Denver Rental Licensing Program is a newe...
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Should I Self-Manage My Denver Rental Property?

Key Questions To Ask Yourself:Do I have time?Do I have the temperament to deal with tenants?Do I understand the legal requirements?Am I willing to give up some control?When real estate investors contact our office to get information about Denver Property Management, they are ofte...
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Does a Property Manager need to be licensed In Colorado?

Key Points:Property Managers must be licensed in ColoradoProperty Managers must carry specific types of insuranceLandlords should confirm the license status of any property manager before working with themIf you are a real estate investor considering hiring a property manager to ...
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Can Tenants Pay Rent With a Credit Card?

Can Tenants Pay Rent By Credit Card In Colorado?A new Colorado Senate bill was recently passed (21-091) concerning limitations on credit card transactions. The purpose of this bill is to protect tenants in Colorado from being charged excessive convenience fees when paying their r...
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Does my Condo come with Insurance?

Key Points ● Many rental condominium investors do not have the correct property insurance● Homeowner Association insurance policy only provides very limited coverage to individual units within the community● We recommend 4 specific types of insurance coverage for investors ...
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How To Keep A Tenant For 20 Years

One of the biggest expenses for any real estate investor is tenant turnover. The ideal situation for your property is a VERY LONG TERM tenant. Is it realistic to expect that you could have a tenant stay and rent your property for 10 years? 20 years? 30 years? YES - that is possib...
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Cash for Keys

Key Points:If a tenant is not paying rent and refuses to move, a Cash for Keys offer from the landlord may be a good optionCash for Keys makes the most sense if the eviction process will be costly, if it will take a long period of time, or if your non-performing tenant refuses to...
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Can I Increase Rent on my New Rental Property?

Key Points:When purchasing an occupied investment rental property, you must honor the current lease agreementAll real estate sales are “subject to” lease agreementsYou may only increase rent once in any 12 month period in Colorado for residential property We often tal...
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