At All County Denver Metro Property Management, we work with landlords just like you to find exceptional tenants who care for your property, pay rent on time and never bother the neighbors. During the screening process, we can use a broad range of tools to determine the quality of the tenant. Credit scores are a key part of the tenant screening process, but should they be the entire picture or just a piece of it at your rental property?
When you have new tenants moving into your rental property, it’s a great idea to welcome them with an informative and thoughtful welcome packet. By giving them a warm welcome, you start your relationship off on the right foot and show them that you want them to feel at home. Great landlords deserve great tenants, and the same is true vice versa!
In the state of Colorado, there is no law requiring tenants to have renters insurance. However, there is a law stating that tenants must pay for any property damage or bodily injury that is caused while living in your rental property. Even though there is no mandate for renters insurance, many landlords elect to require coverage as a condition in the lease.
Summer is here, and there is a good chance your tenants are spending plenty of time enjoying the warm summer sun and all that the Denver metro area has to offer. However, the arrival of summer also means that it is time to tackle your summer maintenance tasks. If you work with All County Denver Metro Property Management, you can rest easy that your property will be in top condition all year long.
When you apply for an apartment or rental property, you can expect to participate in a tenant screening process. It might vary depending on where you apply, but there are questions that you should be prepared to answer and materials that you can gather beforehand to make the process go smoothly.