Property Management Blog
There are definitely positives and negatives when it comes to Property Management in Colorado Springs. This Property Management Blog should help both Tenants and Owners navigate the pitfalls and struggles that many face.
This information is intended to give you some good information and guidance and is not meant to serve in place of tax or legal advice from a licensed professional. To learn more about how some of these topics apply to your own situation, please consult a licensed professional.
Colorado Springs Airbnb laws changed significantly at the end of 2019. If you are a real estate investor looking to get into the Short-Term Rental (STR)
So you’re thinking of renting to relatives and want to know the tax implications After all, it’s something that seems to make perfect sense. Your
There are a number of reasons why you might consider becoming a landlord in Colorado Springs or anywhere in El Paso County. Maybe you’re downsizing
For most landlords, being able to deduct operating expenses can make a big difference on the amount of tax that they owe. Understanding the rental
Taxes aren’t exactly something that we look forward to, but for landlords and real estate investors, at least, there may be some reason to rejoice.
If you are a landlord in Colorado, you should have a basic understanding of the Colorado Eviction Process and applicable Colorado Eviction Laws. Why? For
When it comes to rental property, there’s a lot that you can do upfront to help ensure that you’ll be in for a smooth and
While landlords are usually free to allow, or ban pets from their rentals, and are well within their rights to do so, there’s one very
If you are a landlord, then you are all too familiar with the frustration that comes when you find out that the heater has gone
While tenants should always ensure that they abide by the terms of the lease, unfortunately, this doesn’t always happen. Every tenant needs to understand the
Landlords who have a rule banning applicants who were convicted of a crime-may want to rethink that policy. Recent guidelines issued by the US Department
In an ideal world, security deposits wouldn’t exist. Tenants would move into a rental – and look after it with the best of care. They