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  • 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

    June 30, 2022 Read more »
  • Bankruptcy Issues in Property Management

    This webinar, recorded May 19, 2022, features Senior Associate Attorney Pete Muccio discussing the bankruptcy process, and what it can mean for Landlords if a resident were to file for Bankruptcy protection. During the webinar, Pete will help Landlords with tips for dealing with Bankruptcies whenever they might arise, whether it’s a past or current Bankruptcy Issues in Property Management

    May 19, 2022 Read more »
  • Domestic Violence and Fair Housing

    This webinar, recorded May 6, 2022, features Tschetter Sulzer attorneys Mark Tschetter, Karen Harvey, and Lindsay Jasper discussing situations where Domestic Violence issues can affect the Fair Housing rights of your residents. During the webinar, they discuss some recent cases where domestic violence victims have asserted Fair Housing rights following incidents at a community and Domestic Violence and Fair Housing

    May 6, 2022 Read more »
  • ERAP & Roll…Your Questions Answered

    This webinar, recorded April 20, 2022, features Tschetter Sulzer Partner Vic Sulzer and Associate Attorney Jon Carlson discussing Colorado’s Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP).

    April 20, 2022 Read more »
  • Fair Housing Requests Can Come In All Shapes and Sizes

    This webinar, recorded April 1, 2022, features Tschetter Sulzer Associate Attorneys Karen Harvey and Lindsay Jasper discussing all the different ways you may receive a Reasonable Accommodation or Modification Request, and why you can’t always just require a form.

    April 1, 2022 Read more »
  • Class Action Issues

    This webinar, recorded March 16, 2022, features Tschetter Sulzer Partners Mark Tschetter and Vic Sulzer discussing the recent spate of Class Action suits being filed against Colorado landlords, and what our clients can do to best avoid being targeted by such a suit.

    March 16, 2022 Read more »
  • Assistive Animal Issues

    This webinar, recorded March 4, 2022, features Tschetter Sulzer Partner Mark Tschetter and Senior Associate Attorney Karen Harvey discussing how to deal with common issues that may arise at your community relating to Assistive Animals.

    March 4, 2022 Read more »
  • The Risky Business of Abandonment

    This webinar, recorded February 16, 2022, features Tschetter Sulzer Partner Vic Sulzer and Senior Associate Attorney Pete Muccio discussing Adondonment issues.

    February 16, 2022 Read more »
  • 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

    January 26, 2022 Read more »
  • Client Portal Tutorial

    Learn how to navigate the client portal, track the status of your cases, make updates, and ask us questions in this tutorial.

    January 11, 2022 Read more »