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What to Know About the New Property Management Bill Passed in Denver

Recently, the Denver City Council passed a new property management bill that affects all landlords in the area. The most significant change is that rental property owners are now required to have a license. While this was already a requirement for short-term rental owners, the new bill includes all landlords.

You may be wondering what more you should know and how the new property management bill will affect your business moving forward. Get the details from the pros at All County Denver South!

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3 Simple Improvements for Your Rental Property

If you’re a property owner, you know how hard it is to make your rental income grow. More than likely, you also know that when you make improvements for your rental, you increase your property value. However, many property managers avoid doing this due to the cost. If you want to enhance the value of your property without spending a fortune, there are some simple things you can do. Here are three quick improvements you can make that will have a big impact on your cash flow.

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4 Tips for New Landlords in Colorado

Colorado is a great place for new landlords to start out, but first you’ll need to understand the highs and lows of the job. Whether you own a handful of properties or a large-scale complex, you’ll be met with challenges and rewarding experiences. Home buying is a momentous occasion in someone’s life, and you get to be a part of it. However, you also want to be successful and grow your business. At All County Denver South, we recognize how overwhelming new beginnings can be. Ultimately, you need to know the ins and outs of being a property owner if you want to make a solid start. With these four tips, you will have what you need to move forward.

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How to Make Your Rental Property Eco-Friendly

Making your rental property eco-friendly doesn’t have to be a hassle. With just a few easy steps and a little bit of planning, you can make your property a home that’s as green as it is stylish. In today’s world, more and more renters are looking for sustainable homes. They appreciate when property owners go above and beyond to make energy-efficient choices. Making your property eco-friendly doesn’t only protect the environment, however; it also saves money. Whether you’re a landlord, property manager, or renter, you know that the environmental impact of your property can have a major impact on your bottom line. Take your rental property to the next level and reduce your carbon footprint with these steps.

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4 Easy Summer Landscaping Tips for Rental Properties

Every property owner wants their rental properties to look as attractive as possible, and landscaping is one way to make an excellent first impression. It can be hard to find a balance between landscaping features that are easy to maintain and that are beautiful to look at. Here are some of our best summer landscaping tips for rental properties.

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