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Colorado Landlord Tenant Law

June 18, 2020, 5:04 pm

Colorado Landlord Tenant Law

The statewide Colorado landlord-tenant law is landlord-friendly, generally speaking. Colorado is home to 5,557,560 residents, with 32% of the population renting a home. That means a whopping 1,778,419 people in the state live in rental properties.

With such a huge population of renters, as a la...

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making home desirable

Owning a rental property is a great way to make a little extra money each month. That is of course if you have tenants occupying the space. For every day your rental property sits vacant, you are losing potential income and increasing your own monthly expenses.
As a property owner, it is your res...

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colorado security deposit laws

As a landlord in Colorado, you should require a security deposit from your tenants as a safety net. Sometimes, tenants bail out when it comes to rent payment or cause damage to your property, so requiring a security deposit will help cover the cost of these issues.

Security deposits will...

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No one foresaw how the global pandemic COVID-19 would affect different industries. State leaders have now issued quarantines and isolation directives to help quell massive community infections.

As such, business operations have changed to accommodate less customer interface. Meetings are conducted...

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breaking a lease in colorado springs

It’s every renter’s desire to finish a leasing term, but sometimes, situations can occur that make this impossible. It might be due to job relocation, marriage, divorce or a host of other reasons. Whatever it may be, it results in them breaking the lease.

There are certain consequences that come...

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