Entries by Kelly Robertson

Dealing with Unauthorized Pets in Your Rental

Imagine the following scenario: you’ve rented your single family home to qualified tenants. Everything so far is going really well. They pay on time, they maintain the property. Things are going just as smoothly as they can. Then your neighbor calls and tells you they saw a puppy running around in your tenant’s back . […]

The Pros and Cons of Smart Tech in Your Rental

Technology has quickly become an exponential part of our lives. The use of smart technology in our homes, from video security systems to doors that unlock when your cell comes within range, is quickly rising. But does the wide array of smart tech have a place in long-term rental properties? Before you decide to install […]

Do I Need to Change the Locks Between Tenants?

Your previous tenant has moved out and you’re on the fast track to moving new ones in. As you reach for the front door to finalize those last little maintenance items, you stop and wonder whether or not you need to change the locks. After all, the previous tenant returned all of the keys and […]

Are Carbon Monoxide Detectors Required in My Rental?

Carbon monoxide is an odorless, colorless, tasteless gas that is completely undetectable to humans without technology. It’s produced anytime something is burned and can occur from faulty venting in heating systems or by using heaters designed for outdoor-use only inside the home. That’s frightening to think about, especially when the deaths that occur due to […]

The Rise of Senior Renters

As one of the leaders in residential property management here in Colorado, our team is always on top of current trends, market data, and how the rental landscape has and is shifting. That being said, it’s always a pleasure to be involved in communicating that information and contributing to various publications that update the public […]

Denver is #1 for Attracting Inbound Renters

It goes without saying that Colorado has seen a huge influx of people moving into the state over the last two years. Over 100,000 to be precise. And while Colorado isn’t seeing inbound numbers as high as other states (Florida came in around 300k!), Denver is still a popular destination for many seeking to move […]