Posts Categorized: Tips for Denver Landlords

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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    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 comes in many forms. However, playing…

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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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  There are many reasons that make Denver the perfect city for a real estate investment. Denver is one of America’s fastest growing cities. It’s also the biggest city in the state of Colorado. From its economy to its tourism industry, this city has what it takes to attract great tenants for your rental property….

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Tips to Maximize Rental Income

“What can I do to make the most out of my rental property?” –  A question that most landlords often find themselves asking. Let’s face it. Most property investors venture into the real estate industry with the aim of making profits from their investment. Unfortunately, if they aren’t perceptive, the expenses of running a rental…

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Having good relationships with your Denver tenants is the key to a successful rental property business. There is no doubt about it. A good landlord-tenant relationship has a host of benefits. One of them is the reassurance that you’ll get paid at the end of the month. Happy renters are also more likely to renew…

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  Winter is the most important time for property maintenance! Combined with precipitation and cold winds, sustained low temperatures can damage your home. To avoid such problems, it is essential that you prepare your rental property for the winter season. This will save you time and money on roofing, plumbing, and other repairs come spring….

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