Whether its renting a residential or commercial property, if you are the lessor (Landlord) or the lessee (Tenant), then you’re in a landlord-tenant relationship. This often can present challenges, opportunities, unintended consequences, and risks.
Colorado landlord tenant laws are very specific to issues including the rental security deposit agreement, the eviction process, damage of property, and more.
Whether you are a large property management company, or an individual with a single rental property, you need to be aware of Colorado’s landlord tenant laws. Almost everyone who has rented has potential run into some type of landlord tenant issue.
The you can stay abreast of the most common issues that landlords face by:
- Ensuring that any rental lease complies with state laws.
- Evicting tenants who are not paying rent.
- Understanding the circumstances that a landlord hold a tenant’s security deposit
- Knowing how long a landlord can hold onto the tenant’s security depoist
Important Things to Remember about Colorado Landlord-Tentant Laws
As people continue to move to Denver, the rental market has never been hotter, and it’s never been more frustrating. Savvy investors are buying private residences, town homes, and condos and then renting them to tenants to earn income.
As an experienced real estate owner and attorney, I understand the complex nature of Colorado Real Estate law. I can draft and review your residential and commercial leases to make sure they comply with the Colorado law.
If you have any questions about Colorado’s Landloard-Tenant Laws, plase contact me for a free consultation.