Property Management Education

What Kind of Insurance Do I Need on My Rental Property?

Marc Cunningham - Thursday, March 30, 2017



As a rental property owner, it’s imperative you have proper insurance in place to protect you and your assets. The two types of insurance coverage you need are a Landlord’s Policy and an Umbrella Policy. This blog gives a brief overview of the provided coverage in each and explains why they're vital for landlords to have.  Read More

Interview Questions for a Prospective Property Manager

Marc Cunningham - Wednesday, February 22, 2017

We often talk to unhappy real estate investors and landlords, unsatisfied with the professionalism, integrity, or results of their Denver property management company. With so many North Denver property management companies to choose from, it can be difficult to identify the best one for you. We  created this guide to help real estate investors like you better-interview prospective property management companies on the front end to help avoid conflicts in the future.   Read More

How Much Does Professional Property Management Cost?

Marc Cunningham - Wednesday, February 22, 2017



How much does hiring a professional property manager cost? This is a question we regularly encounter and the answer is, it depends. As a real estate investor, you want to look for a property manager with a transparent and straightforward fee and cost structure. In this post, we cover the five common fees you should expect to pay if you hire a property manager to manage your rental property.  Read More

The 4 Most Common Mistakes Landlords Make When Hiring a Property Management Firm

Marc Cunningham - Wednesday, February 22, 2017



Hiring a property manager takes a lot of trust. You are handing them the key to what is probably your biggest investment, so it’s important to take time on the front end to vet them and identify the best one for you. Below are solutions to the four most common mistakes landlords make when it comes time to hire a property manager.  Read More

How Do I Get Rid of a Bad Tenant?

Marc Cunningham - Wednesday, February 22, 2017



No matter how diligently you’ve screened your tenants, you’re bound to eventually get a bad one. Bad tenants tend to violate one of two things: the rent or the lease. We’ve outlined the steps a landlord should take when handling either non-paying or lease-violating tenants below.  Read More

Should I Hire a Property Manager for My Rental Property?

Marc Cunningham - Wednesday, February 22, 2017



Should I self-manage my investment property or hire a professional property manager to do it for me? This is quite possibly the most important decision a rental property owner has to make before placing a tenant. Here are four questions to ask yourself if you’re unsure which route is best for you.  Read More

Should I Allow Pets? 5 Considerations for Landlords

Marc Cunningham - Wednesday, February 22, 2017



When it comes time to rent out an investment property, every real estate investor needs to ask themselves this question: “Should I allow pets in my property?” Here are five important considerations to help you decide:  Read More

7 Step Checklist for Finding (and Keeping) a Great Tenant

Marc Cunningham - Wednesday, February 22, 2017



One of the most common questions we get from landlords is, “How should I qualify an applicant for my rental property?” After marketing the property and attracting prospective tenants, what areas should you look for to identify a quality tenant? A good tenant is someone who pays his or her rent on time and takes care of your property; if you have this, everything else is much easier. Here are the seven essential areas to research when it comes to making a decision on a prospective renter:  Read More


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