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Reasons to Move to Lakewood, CO

Nobody ever said Lakewood, CO is utopian, yet locals are proud of their city. And it’s a great place to raise kids. If you’re contemplating a relocation to Colorado, let’s explore reasons to choose Lakewood. Location: At foothills of Rocky Mountains. In Jefferson...

Wheat Ridge Colorado. A Place to Call Home.

Wheat Ridge, Co is smaller municipality in Jefferson County located about five miles northwest of majestic Denver. Though it is considered a suburb of Denver, it is a 'Home Rule' municipality. The city can determine its own government and services and pass ordinances...

Denver Focuses on Environmental Sustainability

Denver is placing special focus on the environmental sustainability of their communities. As time progresses, the area will require updates. Yes, Denver is going green. Builders and Investors can see this as an opportunity and work it into their business. A special...

Denvers Homeless. What it means for your Business

Property owners are now expressing concern over the detrimental impact that those individuals are having on their income. Recently, Denver has made great strides to assist by creating villages of tiny homes and opening shelters; however, while the intentions are...

Apartment Property Maintenance

Years ago, the ownership and management of apartment buildings were – on the most part – unregulated. Apartment landlords were just about free to operate and rent out the property in any way that they saw fit. In order to break into the business, you simply needed a...

Property Management: Proactive Versus Reactive

Property management – essentially – has two distinct sides. First, there is the “reactive” which defines that which is done and/or delivered “afterwards”. Then, there is the “proactive”, which defines that which is done and/or delivered “before”. In the case of...

The Role of the Property Manager

The property manager has many responsibilities. This specialty involves the management of homes, duplexes, office complexes, industrial complexes, full shopping centers, apartments, condominiums, and other structures by brokers in the real estate industry. A...

Mold Prevention Tips for Multi-Family Units

Mold can be destructive to your property and extremely toxic to your tenants, not to mention detrimental to your profits and reputation as a landlord. To avoid these problems, let's look at some mold prevention tips. The air always contains a certain degree of mold;...

Top Tips for Denver Rental Management Professionals

If you are a Denver rental management professional, you are well aware of the fact that your rental units are high in demand – especially the residential units that you own. In this brief guide, we will be offering many successful tips that will help you in...

Lead-Based Paint Disclosures

All Colorado real estate management professionals are now legally required to include lead-based paint disclosures prior to subletting or renovating property. Lead poisoning is a serious issue that could result in serious health problems, including death. As a result...

Detrimental Effects of Legalized Marijuana on Colorado Real Estate

The “Green Rush” in Colorado caused a massive influx of traffic from other areas of the nation. Individuals are flocking here to access legalized marijuana. While the legalized marijuana has resulted in massive of economic growth in Colorado, it has not come out...

Landlord Rights and Responsibilities in Colorado

In Colorado, you have many rights as a landlord. You also have many responsibilities. They pertain to repairing and maintaining your rental, complying with property maintenance codes, zoning ordinances, and limits regarding occupancy. In this article, we will...

Tenant Screening in Colorado

As a rental management professional in Colorado, tenant screening is one of the most productive steps to protecting your property investments. It's important to create solid processes of tenant pre-screening, tenant approval, and the rejection of applicants. These...

Hefty Property Taxes for Metro Denver Real Estate Market

Individuals that own real estate in and around the Metro Denver region will soon start receiving valuation notices that will play a large role in the amount of money that will need to be paid on property taxes within the next couple of years. While it is not unusual...