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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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Do I have to rekey my rental properties between tenants?

Key Points:There is no legal requirement for landlords to rekey a rental property between tenants.Grace Property Management highly recommends rekeying based on practical, ethical, and liability concerns.Landlords often wonder about their legal obligation to change the locks on th...
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Five Reasons Denver Landlords Get Sued (And How to Avoid It!)

Key Points:The main reasons landlords are getting sued are as follows: incorrect security deposit returns, maintenance health issues, unenforceable terms of the lease / fees, violation of quiet enjoyment, unrealistic expectations.President Marc Cunningham discusses specific ways ...
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How to Protest Colorado Property Taxes

Key Points:Property tax reassessments have remained relatively steady until recent years.It is possible to protest your property taxes, but it would apply to the following year.Colorado property taxes can be downright confusing at times. If you own property in Colorado, you may h...
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Six Things Denver Landlords Need to Know About Service Animals

Key Points:There are three criteria that must be met for an animal to be considered a service animal.Pet policies do not apply for service animals.Additional fees or deposits do not apply for service animals.If you’ve been a Denver area real estate investor for any time, yo...
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Do I Have to Provide and Maintain Appliances in My Rental Property?

Landlords and rental property owners often reach out to our team with questions regarding appliances. Appliances can be a sticky subject, so we’re here to shed some light on whether or not you should provide them, what appliances we recommend providing and staying away from...
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Can landlords refuse tenant money during a legal eviction process?

Key Points:The previously required 10 day wait period, during which landlords are required to accept delinquent payment from a tenant - has been extended.Landlords must now accept full payments from delinquent tenants throughout the entire eviction process.Landlords may continue ...
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Why Can’t I Fire My Property Management Company?!

Key Points:Make sure you know termination terms before hiring a property management company.Know your options in regards to wavier of termination penalties and agreements with no termination penalties.Make sure you are aware of the Eight most Important Parts of a Colorado Pr...
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