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Four New Laws for Colorado Landlords | Denver Property Management

The Colorado legislature just passed four new laws that make significant changes to how Denver property managers and landlords interact with tenants.  In this post, we’ll do a brief overview of four significant new laws for Colorado landlords and property owners to hel...

How to Protest Colorado Property Taxes

Colorado property taxes can be downright confusing at times. If you own property in Colorado, you may have recently received a notice of reevaluation of property taxes for the coming year. What does this mean for Denver landlords, and how can you protest the increase in your...

Six Things Denver Landlords Need to Know About Service Animals

If you’ve been a Denver area real estate investors for any time, you’ve most likely come into contact with service animals or emotional support animals among your tenants.  Service animals can be a confusing subject for many landlords. Let’s shed some light...

Five Reasons Denver Landlords Get Sued (And How to Avoid It!)

It’s every landlord’s worst nightmare — getting sued. What are the top reasons Denver, Thornton, and Westminster landlords get sued? We have five of the top reasons, plus how you can avoid getting sued and sustain a healthy relationship with your tenants.&n...

4 Ways to Maximize Your Rental Income

If you own rental property, it's probably safe to say your number one priority is maximizing the income generated from that property or portfolio. Below, we'll discuss four impactful ways to make your property or rental portfolio more lucrative without overcharging your ...

Can I Leave My Lawnmower For My Tenant To Use?

While it may seem like a bizarre question, the team at Grace Management knows the importance of addressing the issue of leaving personal property behind at a rental property. Personal property could include items like drapes, a piano or lawnmower, cleaning supplies, a pool table,...

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...

Denver Rental Market Update

Entering into the final month of 2018, the team at Grace Property Management wanted to provide our owners with a quick update of the Denver rental housing market. 2018 has been an interesting year — common perceptions about the Denver rental market and what statistics show...

You Now Must Accept Section 8 in Your Denver Rental Property

Did you know? Beginning January 1, 2019, residential real estate investors and property managers will be required by law to accept Section 8 tenants as applicants in all Denver county rental properties.  The new legislation is a result of the housing shortage in Denver. HUD ...

4 Lease Renewal Tips

The longest tenant we’ve ever had at Grace Property Management lived on the same property for 30 years! Not only did the tenant essentially pay the owner's mortgage off, but they saved the owner significantly on turnover and vacancy costs. Over that 30 year span, we di...
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