What do you do when you own property that you lease out to tenants and find out that your tenant apparently used meth at the property and the property needs expensive remediation? See my previous article here. Example Case Study: Property Owner who previously rented out the property lists the home for sale. Potential Buyer … Continue Reading
How Words Like “Change” or “Modify” Matter If your Association’s covenants have the words “add” or “change” to them, the Association can most likely make a change or addition to its original covenants that are recorded against the property if the proper voting procedures in the covenants are followed. See my previous article. But what … Continue Reading
Colorado statute Section 10-4-120 is designed to prohibit a homeowners insurance company from intimidating, coercing, threatening or inducing a homeowner to use a particular repair business to conduct the repairs at the property following damage to a property that results in a claim to the insurance company.
Colorado’s Equal Pay for Equal Work Act and Healthy Families and Workplaces Act go into effect January 1, 2021.
Your tenant has used methamphetamine at your property and now you are stuck footing the bill for costly remediation and testing. Does your homeowners insurance policy cover this damage?
A short-term rental is generally when you rent out a residential property or part of a residential property for less than 30 days. Laws exist and continue to be made that can restrict short-term rental properties.
Residential Tenants Health And Safety Act: Colorado’s new warranty of habitability law provides more protections to tenants under the residential warranty of habitability.
Boulder Rent Control Boulder and rent control have an interesting history, and past efforts to impose rent control in the city directly contributed to a statewide response from the Colorado Legislature. In 1980, the City of Boulder passed a citizen initiative to impose rent control in existing buildings that would have capped and tightly regulated … Continue Reading
Lawyers get many questions from buyers, sellers and real estate brokers during a real estate transaction and afterwards. Recently, I received questions from a homeowner about a moving company that brought up issues most people do not think of when moving. In my scenario that I have altered to protect the family, a family was … Continue Reading
Boulder’s SmartRegs’ Deadline for Owners of Rental Property The health and safety of people living in Boulder is a concern for Boulder’s government. This concern led to the enactment of its SmartRegs in 2011. These energy guidelines for rental properties in the City of Boulder are intended to reduce carbon in the atmosphere, caused by … Continue Reading