Denver Landlords: Apply Now for Your Rental License
As most landlords in the city are already aware, Denver is requiring all multi-family properties (more than two units) to operate with a rental license starting January 1, 2023. Landlords can begin applying for a license now (at a discounted rate) and, beginning in 2023, you will need to have a license in place in … Denver Landlords: Apply Now for Your Rental License
What to Know About Denver’s New Notice Requirements
Effective January 1, 2022, the City and County of Denver is requiring landlords to execute written leases with their tenants, and to provide a copy of the “Denver Tenant Rights & Resources” to any tenant who 1) signs a new lease or 2) is served a rent demand. The “Denver Tenant Rights & Resources” (Tenant Rights) … What to Know About Denver’s New Notice Requirements
TSCHETTER SULZER SERVES CLIENTS FOR 100,000TH TIME!
The hallmark of TS is Client Service. For over two decades, clients have been calling the Firm, greeting us with the same four words, “I’ve got a situation.” In the November & December edition of the Landlord News we announced a contest, for clients to guess the date and time the ‘TS’ Situation Board would … TSCHETTER SULZER SERVES CLIENTS FOR 100,000TH TIME!
Appealing to Tenants At Renewal Levels
Nobody likes losing a good customer, but somehow the multi-family housing providers retention average is not that great. Statistics indicate that about half of the industry’s tenants will not be signing another lease with their current community. In fact, in February of 2016 MPF Research, a division of Real Page, reported that Metro Denver had … Appealing to Tenants At Renewal Levels
Repairs By Vendors And Fair Housing Liability
If you are in the industry long enough, you will inevitably experience a maintenance request that requires the assistance of a 3rd party vendor. Whether it is a plumbing, HVAC, restoration, or roofing issue, in-house maintenance can’t be expected to specialize in every type of repair or have all of the equipment necessary to complete … Repairs By Vendors And Fair Housing Liability
Who Let The Dogs Out?
(Handling Assistance Animal Requests In An HOA) Some communities have covenants or other rules that ban all pets or certain types of animals, breeds, or animals over a certain weight. Yet, many disabled homeowners or residents ask for exceptions to such covenants, rules, or policies, stating that they need an animal, not as a pet, … Who Let The Dogs Out?
One Difficulty In Collecting HOA Assessments
When a homeowner stops paying assessments, the next logical step is sending the balance to collections. But what happens to collection efforts if the homeowner resides out of state? When a homeowner lives outside of Colorado, continuing collection efforts can become expensive and complicated. Some states allow out-of-state collectors to make phone calls and send … One Difficulty In Collecting HOA Assessments