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Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Best Areas to Invest in Fort Collins
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Are you looking to invest in Fort Collins, Colorado real estate? The real estate market in Fort Collins is hot right now. Thanks to its award-winning schools, a flourishing arts scene, and abundance of outdoor amenities among other things, the city has become attractive for renters. As a potential property investor, you have a c...

Friday, April 9, 2021

Top Tips When Buying Investment Property in Fort Collins
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Are you thinking of investing in the Fort Collins, CO real estate market? If so, we can help you succeed!Rental property investment is a good vehicle for financial freedom. It can be a great source of passive income without you having to participate in any kind of daily work. What’s more, it can enable you to expand your investment ...

Monday, March 15, 2021

Reasons to Invest in Fort Collins
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Are you thinking about investing in Fort Collins, Colorado? Real estate investments, done the right way, carry a potential for a significant return on your hard-earned dollars. However, there are many things to consider before purchasing a particular piece of real estate. For many investors, finding the right real estate market is a chall...

Monday, March 15, 2021

Showing a Rental Property With Current Tenants: A Guide
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Showing a Property with Tenants  Tenants move out due to various life circumstances. As a landlord, it’s best to be prepared not only for the tenant turnover but also for welcoming new prospects. As a first-time landlord, you might debate if showing a property with tenants still occupying it is the way to go. After all, yo...

Friday, February 12, 2021

What is Normal Wear and Tear?
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You often hear of the term normal wear and tear, but what does it mean? In accounting, normal wear and tear is represented and counted as depreciation costs. In terms of real estate and managing rental properties, it’s understood as the depreciation of the value of the objects inside the property due to aging and habitual use. As a ...

Tuesday, December 29, 2020

Colorado Fair Housing Laws: Everything You Need to Know
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When discussing property management, the subject of the Fair Housing Act will inevitably come up. Separate from landlord-tenant laws, Fair Housing laws cover discrimination in housing, be it buying, selling or renting a property, the law seeks for fair treatment of everyone. This law was created to end discrimination.  Discriminatory...

Friday, December 4, 2020

6 Tips for First-Time Landlords
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Starting out as a landlord can be overwhelming. Without prior experience, you may struggle with marketing your rental property. You may also need to curate a list of contractors and vendors in preparation for property maintenance. Aside from that, you may not know the first thing about tenant screening. Suffice to say, being a landlord ca...

Monday, November 9, 2020

Top Tenant Complaints and How to Solve Them
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Being in the rental business industry means dealing with several types of people. They could be contractors, vendors or even tenants. The focal point among them, however, is the tenants. They are your direct customers. If you don’t attend to their needs, it means your business has the potential to fail big time.No matter how good yo...

Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Fort Collins, Colorado Security Deposit Law
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As a Fort Collins landlord, you must familiarize yourself with the statewide security deposit law. That’s because understanding it can help you avoid many potential conflicts with your tenant.  To elaborate, you’ll know what you can use it for and what you can’t. You’ll also know when you must return the secur...

Tuesday, October 13, 2020

Tips to Prevent Tenant Damages to Your Rental Property
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Tenant damages are the bane of existence for landlords. A rental property naturally ages, making them more likely. Of course, wear and tear are expected over the years. However, some damages can be attributed to tenants' neglect. How should landlords address these issues? Is there a way to minimize the potential damages, so a pro...

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