In 2019, the Colorado legislature passed House Bill 1106, known as the Rental Application Fairness Act, into law. All landlords and property managers are required to comply with the requirements of HB 1106. Our law firm has developed a system to identify needs and efficiently create a Rental Application Fairness Act Compliance Packet for your company. Click here for more information.
New Colorado law requires all real estate brokerage firms to have a Data Protection Policy.
Learn about and Order Addenda to match the new Real Estate Commission approved forms.
Colorado law requires Employing Brokers to develop an Office Policy Manual and periodically review it with all employees.
All brokerage firms must maintain a written Brokerage Relationship Policy.
Tax law makes it critical for you to have a written Independent Contractor Agreement with each of your licensees.
Our Residential Property Management Agreement is flexible and designed to fit a variety of property types, compensation models, and services provided to owners.
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Are you a landlord or property owner/manager who has received a request from a tenant or applicant to change your existing policies to accommodate an emotional support animal? This is an increasingly common request, and one must be careful to handle these requests appropriately in order to comply with applicable fair housing laws. These requests are especially tricky when the person making the request does not have a disability that is known or readily apparent, or when the disability-related need for the requested animal is not known or readily apparent. FJGG’s Emotional Support Animal Materials are designed for that exact situation, and may be used by Colorado landlords or property managers when handling these types of requests for accommodations when the tenant’s disability or disability related-need for the requested animal are not known or obvious. Attorney Cinthia Manzano and other attorneys at Frascona, Joiner, Goodman and Greenstein are also available to advise you about emotional support animals, other types of reasonable accommodation requests, or landlord-tenant matters generally.