A squatter can take possession of property adversely. Under certain conditions, the law will recognize them as legal property owners. It’s sad but true, and it’s more common in the U.S. than you would think.  Now, each state defines its own squatters’ rights. In this article, we’re going to look at the squatters’ rights in…

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When painting, landlords often apply neutral palettes in a rental unit since the colors look more cohesive. Any furnishing that a new renter brings will also match the paint. Additionally, it costs less to repaint using the same colors. If the landlord has multiple rental units, making them uniform in color is also quicker. However,…

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Evolve Recognized With 2020 Award

For years now, the team at Evolve Denver has been hearing from clients that our expert property management services have provided them with peace of mind and allowed them to reach and exceed their financial goals. As a property management company, there’s no greater feeling when the property owners we work with succeed. Recently, we…

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As a property owner in Denver, considering improvements to make living comfortable is always at the top of the list. For each day your rental property is vacant, you are losing potential income. One way of avoiding these vacancies is by making improvements in the property. Some of them can augment the value of the…

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Long-term tenants are great for cash flow. They guarantee income every month. The question that many landlords in Denver have is: how do I attract these tenants to my rental property? There are certain things that you can do. For example, you can demonstrate great communication and organizational skills, present a clean and well-maintained property,…

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                There are many things that are key to running a successful rental business. For example, finding the right tenant, charging the right rent, and building a good relationship with your tenant. One thing that often goes under the radar is equal and fair treatment of tenants. Fairness…

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  For most Americans, their homes are their single largest asset. It’s no wonder that around 95% of property owners have homeowners insurance, according to a survey done by the Insurance Information Institute. However, does homeowners insurance cut it when it comes to rental property investments? The answer is no. In fact, homeowners insurance policies…

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One of the many property management decisions that have to be made is whether or not include utilities in the rent. Examples of utilities include electricity, natural gas, trash collection, water and sewer services, internet and telephone services, and security or alarm systems. When managing your rental property, you may choose to include all the…

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There are many reasons why disputes arise between landlords and tenants. Rent issues are a particularly common reason in Denver. It goes without saying that rent is the lifeblood of the rental business. When your tenants are not paying rent, a number of problems are bound to occur. For one, you may be unable to…

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