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Blog A Guide to Rental Property Inspections: What You Should Know

A Guide to Rental Property Inspections: What You Should Know

According to The Denver Post, it's still more affordable to rent a property than to buy a home in metro Denver, Colorado. That makes owning a rental property a good choice for investors in this city.As a landlord, rental property inspections are an important part of maintaini...
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Blog 3 Rental Property Marketing Tips for Landlords

3 Rental Property Marketing Tips for Landlords

Rent payments are the primary source of income that landlords have from their rental business. Therefore, when a rental property is vacant for a longer period of time than is necessary, it affects a landlord's ability to generate income.A key task for a landlord is to attract...
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Blog 5 Accounting Tips to Help Manage Your Rental Property

5 Accounting Tips to Help Manage Your Rental Property

While being a landlord and owning investment property in Denver is a great way to earn passive income, it's a tough job. You'll encounter additional expenses, risks when renting to tenants, and other daily hassles. However, there are different ways that you can make being...
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Blog The Benefits of Securing Long-Term Tenants

The Benefits of Securing Long-Term Tenants

The cost of replacing a tenant is extremely high. The average amount a landlord spends on tenant turnover is almost $4,000. It can sometimes take a property manager or landlord over a year to recoup that cost. Long-term tenants are key to maximizing your income on your renta...
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Blog 5 Things You Should Know About Investing in Denver Real Estate

5 Things You Should Know About Investing in Denver Real Estate

Did you know that the median Denver home sale price in 2022 was more than nine percent higher than in 2021?Even with some signs indicating that the market might slow, real estate prices are still high. Prices for buying aren't the only ones rising, as rental prices have also ...
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Blog Security Deposits: A Guide for Denver Landlords

Security Deposits: A Guide for Denver Landlords

Denver has a renter percentage of almost 50%. That's a lot of people who are living in (and looking for) rental properties to call home. Because of this, real estate investing in Denver is quite lucrative. New landlords have a lot to learn when it comes to managing their...
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Blog Rent Collection: What to Do if a Tenant Doesn't Pay

Rent Collection: What to Do if a Tenant Doesn't Pay

Make money off of the Mile High City! The median rent of a one-bedroom apartment in Denver is nearly $1,800. If you have 10 tenants and you get rent from them every month, you will make more than $200,000 a year. However, rent collection is harder than it looks. Many tenants...
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