A La Carte Real Estate Services

Property Management, Tenant Placement, Eviction, Sales

Denver Property Management

We offer a wide menu of professional property management and real estate services to meet your needs as a landlord and homeowner. Our full service Property Management fees start as low as 99 dollars per month and typically range from 8 to 10 per cent of the monthly rent we collect on your behalf. Just need us to Find a Tenant for you? We can do that! We can also Manage an Eviction for you!

Owners Trust & Use Our Services

Accredited by the Better Business Bureau (BBB)
Brick & Mortar Office Location
Dependable, Accountable Bookkeeping
Member, National Association of Realtors (NAR)
Licensed, Experienced, Full Time Property Managers
Licensed, Experienced, Full Time Realtors
Member, National Association of Residential Property Managers (NARPM)
24/7 Responsive Maintenance
Efficient Tenant Procurement & Screening
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Full Service Property Management Services

Recommend monthly Rent to charge
Market and Show your home to potential tenants
Conduct background checks and Screen potential tenants
Negotiate all terms of your Lease
Document the condition of your home upon tenant move in.
Collect security deposit, rent, collect late fees
Manage your home and utilities during periods of vacancy.
Provide 24/7 access to your statements of proceeds and expenses.
Maintain funds & security deposits in FDIC Wells Fargo Bank accounts.
Provide you with annual IRS required 1099 Forms.
Coordinate maintenance with tenants and service technicians.
Post Rent and Possession Demands and Evict tenants as necessary.
Coordinate home improvements requested by tenants and homeowners.
Represent you when purchasing an investment home.
Recommend appropriate properties to purchase as an investment.
For more info on our full Property Management Services, Click Here

Tenant Placement Only Services

Recommend monthly Rent to charge
Market and Show your home to potential tenants.
Conduct background checks and Screen potential tenants  
Negotiate all terms of your Lease
Collect security deposit and first month's rent

Eviction Service

Initiate Eviction Process With Tenant
Coordinate Eviction with Attorney
Coordinate Eviction with County Sheriff
Coordinate Contract Labor (If Necessary), Schedule & Supervise Eviction at Property 
For more info on the Colorado Eviction Process Click Here 
Provide follow-on Sales and/or Tenant Placement services.

Real Estate Buying/Selling Services

Represent you when Purchasing a home
Represent you when Selling a home


Frequently Asked Questions
Other Thoughts & Considerations:

Real Estate.  According to Donald Trump, "It's tangible, it's solid, it's beautiful, it's artistic, from my standpoint, I just love real estate."

Owning an investment home can be a smart investment for many but it does involve risk similar to other investments.  As an investment owner it is important to us that you understand these risks.  We will do what we can to maximize the profitability of your investment.  However, please understand that there may be times when losses occur.  We like to review the below items when we meet with you to discuss the management of your home.  The list is based upon our experience with tenants and home owners!  The items help us ensure that your expectations and reality are as close as possible!

 (1)  Homes require regular & preventative maintenance.  Different occupants stress homes in different ways.  Unforeseen maintenance may be required.

 (2)  Sprinkler systems, plumbing systems, appliances and heating/cooling systems require maintenance. In order to keep your investment home in good condition and to maintain the home in safe condition for your tenants, it is imperative to keep these items in good working condition.

 (3)  Over time, exterior items such as fences, the exterior frame, and siding of the home should be painted.  Also, landscaping above and beyond simple mowing and weeding needs to be attended to.  Do not expect the Tenant to perform painting and landscaping other than mowing and weeding.

 (4)  Property Managers monitor the overall condition of the interior and exterior of your home and coordinate repairs as necessary as per the Property Management Agreement.  Making a repair immediately for $50.00 is typically more effective and cost efficient than doing the same repair later for $500.00.

 (5)  Property Managers do not control the rental market and do not guarantee how much the home will rent for.  Property Managers also do not guarantee how long it will take to rent your home.  If you demand top dollar for rent, it could require a longer time period to find a Tenant.

 (6)  Property Managers often do not accept the opportunity to manage every home that is made available to them to manage.  If the homeowner does not want to properly maintain the home, then the Property Manager may elect not to assume responsibility for managing the home.

 (7)  In the state of Colorado, water is a lienable item.  Ultimately, it is the homeowner's responsibility to pay the water and sewer bill unless other legal arrangements have been made via a Home Owners Association.  The Property Manager will monitor Tenant water use and water bill payments to ensure proper payment of water and sewer bills.  Utility companies do not always bill in a timely manner; occasionally you will receive a water bill from a reading that is several months old.

 (8)  In the state of Colorado, Home Owner Associations (HOA) may place liens on properties if HOA fees are not paid.  Ultimately, it is the homeowner's responsibility to pay the HOA fees.  The homeowner may choose to pay the HOA fees themselves or request that the Property Manager provide this service.

 (9)  Property Managers do not pay mortgages.  They collect rent and forward rent proceeds to owners.  It is homeowner´s responsibility to pay their own mortgages.

 (10) Property Managers maintain a non-interest bearing escrow account for all tenant security deposits.  All funds are placed in an FDIC insured bank.  Property Managers, not owners, are responsible for the maintenance of tenant security deposits.

 (11)  Property Managers do not control the individual lives of Tenants.  Tenants do things that neither of us understand nor can explain.  Be aware that Tenants can leave the home in better or worse condition than when they moved in.

 (12)  Tenants will sometimes move out of a home without any notice. Welcome to owning an investment home!

 (13)  Property Managers will turn down a perfectly good Tenant if they cannot bring certified funds for the Security Deposit and certified funds for the First Month's Rent as per the Rental Agreement.

 (14)  Tenants may not fully comply with the lease.  Occasionally, legal action is required to force a Tenant to comply with the lease.

 (15)  Late fees are put in the lease to motivate Tenants to pay the rent on time.  If Tenants do not have the money to pay the rent on time they more than likely will not have the money to pay late fees.  It can be difficult to collect late fees.

 (16)  Be aware that Tenants will make promises that they cannot keep.  They may promise to rent the home and not show up to sign the lease.  They may show up to sign the lease without the security deposit. We will not allow the Tenant to sign the lease without the Security Deposit.

 (17) In the event that an appliance needs to be replaced the Tenant will expect the appliance to be replaced with a like-kind appliance.

 (18)  Please understand that home repairs priced below $500 can be considered minor repairs.  We may make these repairs in accordance with the property management agreement.

 (19)  Our Property Managers are licensed and insured realtors/brokers who service clients buying and selling real estate.  As realtors we can offer you a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA), neighborhood market updates or specific sale/sold information on a particular home.  These are complimentary services available upon request.

  


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Denver Area Information

Denver Property Managers

Denver is located in the center of the Front Range Urban Corridor, between the Rocky Mountains to the west and the High Plains to the east. Denver's topography consists of plains in the city center with hilly areas to the west, south, and southeast. It has four distinct seasons and receives a modest amount of precipitation spread through the year. Due to its inland location on the High Plains, at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, Denver, like all cities along the eastern edge of the Rocky Mountains, is subject to sudden changes in weather.

The City and County of Denver has defined 80 official neighborhoods that the city and community groups use for planning and administration.

Although the city's delineation of the neighborhood boundaries is somewhat arbitrary, it corresponds roughly to the definitions used by residents. These "neighborhoods" should not be confused with cities or suburbs, which may be separate entities within the metro area. Denver is home to many nationally recognized museums, including a new wing for the Denver Art Museum by world-renowned architect Daniel Libeskind, the second largest Performing arts center in the nation after Lincoln Center in New York City and bustling neighborhoods such as LoDo, filled with art galleries, restaurants and shops.

 

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Office 303.326.0550

 

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