Property Management Blog

Monday, August 15, 2022

8 Best Renovations for Your Rental Property
Property Management Blog
Renovating your rental property can help you attract the right tenants and keep your vacancy rates low. The best renovations can also help you maximize your rental income. Quality tenants will usually go for a property that looks desirable and well-taken care of. It might be time to give your property a makeover. And luckily for you,...

Thursday, July 14, 2022

8 Tips to Help You Prevent Water Damage in Your Property
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Have you ever had to deal with water damage in your Colorado investment property? If so, then you know that it can be costly and frustrating. Just one inch of water damage can be enough to result in detrimental damage to your flooring, furniture, carpeting and more. In the US alone, studies show that 14,000 people a day will experien...

Tuesday, June 14, 2022

How to Be a Long-Distance Landlord
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Sometimes, being a long-distance landlord is a choice. Other times, it’s not. Down the line, you might find yourself changing cities or states for a career opportunity, or perhaps, you'll want to retire to a sunnier location. Whatever the reason, being a long-distance landlord is easier today thanks to modern technolog...

Friday, May 13, 2022

How to Boost Your Rental Property’s Curb Appeal
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First impressions matter! This is especially true when it comes to renting out a property. If your rental property doesn’t give a good first impression, a prospect will most likely continue with their search. On the other hand, if it has a good first impression, a prospect will be encouraged to look inside. Boosting your p...

Friday, April 22, 2022

Move Out Cleaning: Hire a Cleaning Service or Do it Yourself?
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Tenants can be filthy. As a landlord, you probably have heard plenty of horror stories (hopefully not from personal experience) about some seriously funky messes left for the landlord to clean. People do not value things that aren’t theirs - it’s called The Endowment Effect.Essentially, “the endowment effect” is a ...

Friday, April 22, 2022

Landlords: Could You Benefit from Valet Trash?
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As a landlord, you’re always looking for creative ways to increase your bottom line. Some landlords focus on keeping their rentals in tip-top shape. However, others try to increase their rents slowly. The opportunities are endless. But I bet you haven’t heard of this money-making solution.Today, we will cover one of the most c...

Thursday, April 14, 2022

Is a Month-to-Month Lease Better for Landlords?
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A month-to-month lease is a document that legally binds a landlord and a tenant. It runs month to month without a specific end date. It automatically renews until either party chooses to end it by giving the other a proper notice. As a landlord, before opting for a month-to-month lease agreement, it can be worthwhile to know everythi...

Monday, March 14, 2022

How Often Should a Landlord Inspect a Rental Property in Fort Collins?
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As a landlord in Fort Collins, you’re expected to oversee the maintenance of your rental by performing regular property inspections.Inspections allow you to spot early signs of damage that you can fix before they escalate and become expensive to repair. Inspections also help you keep your rental habitable and in good condition, whi...

Thursday, February 17, 2022

Low Maintenance Landscaping for Rental Properties
Property Management Blog
When talking about rental properties, it is all about the bottom line. Profit. Such is the case with any business. Increasing profits can be by; increasing revenue (rent) and/or decreasing expenses. Although it would be nice to eliminate all fees, we know that is impossible. There will always be some costs to maintaining the property. We ...

Monday, January 17, 2022

When Does a Guest Become a Tenant?
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Whenever a tenant who has signed an agreement with the landlord decides to bring in guests, friends, family, or others, the landlord has no reason to be alarmed.However, some of these guests stay for an extended period, which raises the question: when does a Colorado guest turn into a tenant?In this post, we will answer that question...

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