One of the biggest fears landlords have is to get that late night call from their tenant saying they have no heat, or a frozen pipe just burst. A sure way to avoid these stressful situations is to hire a property manger, which has answering service 24/7, follows a preventative maintenance schedule and has contractors…

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In just a short year and a half of existence, Evolve is making the headlines as one of the best property management company in Denver! Expertise.com evaluated 288 Denver property management companies and compiled a list of the top 19, describing why certain companies ranked higher. We are very honored and proud to be among…

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With the rental market booming in Denver and rents soaring, owning rental properties is becoming more attractive to savvy and first time investors. Just in the last two weeks, we helped two investors find rental properties to purchase with some major cash flow. Are you thinking about investing in a rental, but don’t know where…

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This has been one red hot summer in the real estate market in the Denver area. With buyers getting into bidding wars over houses, offering to pay over the appraised value, writing compelling letters to sellers, waiving inspection rights and other unheard of techniques, there’s hope. In September, there has been more inventory released to…

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Should You Allow Pets in Your Rental Property? “I don’t want tenants with pets,” we hear this everyday from landlords. It is one of the most painful topics for some landlords. Understandably so, you don’t want extra expenses to repair the damages caused by pets, but are you loosing more money by not allowing pets?…

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Is water bill landlord’s or tenant’s responsibility? At first sight, the answer may seem simple – of course it is the tenant’s, their lease states that they are responsible for all utilities. There is some truth to this statement, but quite often landlords find themselves in a situation where the tenant moved out, returned the…

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So you decided to rent out your home. That’s a great idea; let someone else pay the mortgage on it while you gain appreciation on your property. More and more people turn to real estate investing daily. Many investors and homeowners, who decide to rent out their homes turn to property managers to help them…

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It is typical for landlords to collect security deposit from tenants and hold it until the tenants move out. Landlords are required to refund the deposit to the tenants within 60 days of the move out, and are allowed to deduct amounts for damages and cleaning. But what is considered damage and what is normal…

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The beautiful state of Colorado has always attracted lots of people with its mild climate, sunny days, thriving cultural and arts scene, diverse neighborhoods, and lately lots of employment opportunities with a booming economy. Having lived here for over a decade, I can see why Denver would be so attractive for many families. Newsweek has…

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