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5 Time Saving Tips For Condo Property Management

5 Time Saving Tips For Condo Property Management

While condo property management is similar to managing other kinds of property, condos come with unique challenges. That’s why the condominium experts at Cobalt Creek Property Management have put together this list of time-saving tips. Please note that some of these tips only apply if you’re responsible for the whole building instead of a single unit. Maintain An Open Line Of Communication With Your Tenants Stay On Top Of Preventative Building Maintenance Run Background Checks On All Prospective Tenants Get To Know The Community, Especially […]

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7 Mistakes To Avoid When Renting Your First Apartment

7 Mistakes To Avoid When Renting Your First Apartment

Renting an apartment is a tricky process that can be incredibly intimidating for first-timers. When renting your first apartment, you’ll likely make a few mistakes — ones that could, unfortunately, follow you the rest of your life. We’ve put together a list of the 7 most common mistakes to avoid when renting your first apartment to help you. Renting Without Visiting Skimming The Lease Settling For A Location You’re Unhappy With Assuming Utilities Are Included Not Having Enough Money To Pay The Deposit Going Without […]

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5 Reasons To Be A Multi-Unit Landlord In Denver

5 Reasons To Be A Multi-Unit Landlord In Denver

Residential real estate falls into two categories: single-family and multi-family. Owning multi-family real estate isn’t for the faint of heart, but the right property management team can help you get the most out of it. We’ve put together 5 great reasons to be a multi-unit landlord in Denver. Denver’s Hot Housing Market Grow Your Portfolio Faster Finance Simplicity Income Benefits You Don’t Have To Manage It Yourself 1. Denver’s Hot Housing Market The biggest reason why real estate investors are interested in Denver is its […]

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Rental Licenses Now Required By Law In Denver

Rental Licenses Now Required By Law In Denver

Earlier this year, the Denver City Council passed a law that requires local landlords to obtain long-term rental licenses within the next few years. However, the new law has also sparked vocal opposition from landlords and renters over how it will impact them financially. Partnering with a property management company can help landlords stay compliant and profitable. The New Requirements According to the new law, an owner renting out a building with two or more units (like a duplex) must be licensed by January 2023. […]

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Denver Rental Market Trends In 2021

Denver Rental Market Trends In 2021

2020 was a rough year for many. Rental markets across the U.S. saw a sharp decline in growth. This economic uncertainty has left Colorado real estate investors and landlords wondering what 2021 will look like. We’ve put together 5 of the top trends for 2021 in the Denver rental market to help you plan the year ahead. Increasing Rent Prices Good Demand For Rentals High Demand For Single Family Homes Growing Demand For Multi-Family Homes Healthy Economic growth 1. Will Rental Prices Go Down In […]

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6 Best Neighborhoods For Families In & Near Denver

6 Best Neighborhoods For Families In & Near Denver

Plenty of culture, history, and access to nature combined with excellent educational rankings, a bustling economy, higher than average job growth, and high median household incomes — making the decision to move to or invest in the Mile High City can seem like a no-brainer. At Cobalt Creek Property Management, we’ve put together information on 6 of the best neighborhoods for families in or near Denver to make this decision even easier. Sloan’s Lake LoHi (Lower Highlands) Washington Park Littleton Centennial Highlands Ranch Living In […]

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Spring Maintenance Tips For Apartment Managers

Spring Maintenance Tips For Apartment Managers

Spring is a great time for property managers to cleanup and fix up apartment complexes and outdoor areas. We’ve put together some preventative maintenance tips to help you protect your investments. Reduce the need for emergency repairs and make your rental spaces more warm and welcoming with these spring cleaning tips for landlords. Happy Tenants = Happy Landlord Property maintenance is absolutely vital for renter retention. If you fail to fix problems, your tenants might not want to stick around once their lease is up. […]

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How Much Are Typical HOA Fees In Denver?

How Much Are Typical HOA Fees In Denver?

When you buy a townhouse, condominium, or single-family home in Denver, you may be obligated to join the homeowners’ association (HOA). You’ll also need to pay them monthly or annual fees. These fees help protect property values and maintain the quality of life for all residents. Whether you’ll be paying these fees directly or indirectly, it’s wise to research how much potential HOA payments cost. What Are Normal HOA Fees? A general rule is that the more luxurious the building is and the more amenities […]

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Is Your Denver Rental Family Friendly?

Is Your Denver Rental Family Friendly?

Is your rental property family-friendly? You may be hesitant to rent to families with children or be completely receptive to the idea. At Cobalt Creek Property Management, we love making our Colorado landlord’s jobs easier. You can comply with fair housing regulations and leave the hard work of property management and maintenance to us. Let us show you a few ways to welcome Denver families as potential tenants that are beneficial to both you and them. Family-Friendly Features Single-family homes are the most popular type […]

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Should You Buy A Condo Or Rent An Apartment In Denver?

Should You Buy A Condo Or Rent An Apartment In Denver?

At Cobalt Creek Property Management, one of the most common questions we get from people moving to Denver, Colorado, is whether they should buy a condo or rent an apartment. Apartments and condos can seem equally attractive at first because they have similar structures and amenities. There are significant differences, however, mainly around who owns and maintains your unit. Renting A Colorado Apartment A single individual or company typically owns an entire apartment complex. Apartment property management is handled either by the landlord or by […]

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