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

IN THIS BLOG:What insurance should landlords carry on their rental properties?Landlord's Policy and Umbrella Policy explained.What if I am renting my primary residence?As a rental property owner, it is imperative you have proper insurance in place to protect you and your asse...
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Should I Rent My Investment Property Furnished?

IN THIS BLOG:Three considerations for renting a furnished property.Is a furnished property connected to higher income?If tenants are injured to do faulty furniture, who is responsible?What are the implications for short term rentals?More furnishings mean more liability. If your r...
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7 Step Checklist for Finding a Great Tenant

IN THIS BLOG: Find a good tenant that will pay rent on time and take care of your property.Seven criteria areas to research with applicants.What if someone I want to rent my property has a criminal record?One of the most common questions we get from landlords is, “How...
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Should I Allow Pets? 5 Considerations for Landlords

IN THIS BLOG POST:5 considerations for landlords deciding if they should allow pets.Pros and Cons for making a decision to allow pets.When is a pet not a pet?When it comes time to rent out an investment property, every real estate investor needs to ask themselves this question: &...
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Should I Hire a Property Manager for My Rental Property?

Key PointsSelf-managing your rental property requires you to have the time, knowledge, and temperament. In order to successfully self-manage your rental property, you need to treat it like a business. Having a professional property manager on your side may save you time...
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Four COVID-19 Landlord Legal Updates

Key PointsCOVID-19 relief legislation for property managers and tenants is active, and in many cases extended through March 31, 2021.Relief related to eviction, late fees, and mortgages is available for property managers and tenants. COVID-19 relief legislation requires prop...
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How Do I Get Rid of a Bad Tenant?

Key PointsEven after properly screening tenant candidates, 'bad' tenants may still end up residing in your Denver rental property. Denver real estate investors don't need to be "stuck" with a bad tenant forever. Thoroughly understand the tenant'...
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Wear and Tear vs Damage - What is the Difference?

Key PointsWhen doing a security deposit return for a tenant, landlords must understand the legal and practical difference between property damages vs 'wear and tear' in order to take correctly return the tenants security deposit.Referring to state and local laws while als...
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The 4 Most Common Mistakes Landlords Make When Hiring a Property Management Firm

Key PointsProper research is necessary in order to find the property management company that best aligns with your needs.Quality and trust should be your highest concern when researching property management companies, not cost.A good property manager should increase your income w...
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How Much Does Professional Property Management Cost?

Key PointsWhen hiring a professional property manager to manage your property, real estate investors will incur different fees. A good property manager will save you money over time, while a bad one will cost you money. Real estate investors should do their due diligenc...
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