Property Management Education Blog

[Part 2] How Often Should I Inspect My Denver Rental Property?

As a Denver real estate investor, you may wonder “how often should I inspect my property?” Every month? Every year? Never unless I’m informed of a problem? At Grace Property Management, we’ve inspected a lot of properties, and can offer you some guidance...

Warranty of Habitability Law Update for Denver Real Estate Investors

Earlier in 2019, Colorado legislature passed four new laws impacting Colorado real estate investors, property managers, and landlords. In part four of our four part blog series on these real estate law updates, we’re going over HB19-1170, which outlines updated laws regard...

Rental Application Fairness Act for Denver Real Estate Investors

Recently, four new laws relating to Colorado property management have impacted how Denver landlords and real estate investors manage their properties. Last month, we looked at the Bed Bugs in Residential Premises Act. Next, we’re moving on to discuss rental application...

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...
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