Entries by Kelly Robertson

Useful Life And Property Damage

It’s a situation that is all too common in residential property management. Move-out day finally arrives. The tenant has vacated the property and you’re ready to complete the move-out inspection. You open the door and stop, mouth agape. It’s dirty. The carpet and paint are damaged. You’re frustrated, but console yourself with the thought that […]

Should I Furnish My Rental?

To furnish or not to furnish? It’s a question just about every landlord asks when it comes time to advertise their rental property. And just like any other part of property management, there are a lot of pros and cons. So how much should you include with your rental property?   The Furnished Rental Basics […]

Evictions – The Ugly Side of Property Management

Evictions are an unfortunate part of property management. No landlord wants to go through the lengthy and expensive process, but knowing how to navigate it is a must. If an eviction does become necessary, make sure you’re aware of any and all local laws surrounding the removal of tenants and that you have a solid […]

What Do Property Managers Actually Do?

Managing a rental property isn’t as easy as simply throwing up a “For Rent” sign and waiting for the perfect tenant to walk through the front door. There are a lot of moving pieces, many of which include complex legal items. One wrong move can cost you big, so the question of whether you should […]

Denver Metro Single Family Home Rental Rates Continue To Rise

Real Property Management Colorado (www.303rent.com), part of the nation’s leading property management franchise organization, and RentRange, the nation’s leading provider of Rental Market Intelligence™, released their quarterly “Rental Statistics Report,” which shows Denver Metro area single family home rental rates in Q1 continuing to rise while statewide rent rates remained flat and nationwide rent rates […]

The Importance of Proper Tenant Screening

Every landlord wants to find the right tenants for their rental property. The first step to doing so is to have a proper tenant screening process. Or so you might think. The statistics of many DIY landlords who choose to ignore negative results or not even pull background and credit checks on their potential tenants […]

AirBnB and Your Denver Rental

We live in an age of convenience. With companies like Uber and Lyft taking over the transportation industry, it’s no surprise that a similar service popped up to serve the housing/hotel industry. While AirBnB is a great way to save money while traveling and stay in some very unique places, it’s not a good fit […]