Renters Warehouse Denver

Point of Contact: Nick Reaves 3600 S. Beeler St #150 Denver, CO 80237 Phone: 303-600-8383 Web: http://www.RentersWarehouse.com


You’re Officially Priced Out of the Single Family Rental Market

How to avoid the next real estate bubble When was the last time you found a reasonably priced, single family home in your area? Better yet, when was the last time you found a reasonably priced, single family home that didn’t require crazy amounts of work to get it up to rental condition? We’re willing…

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The Murderer Living In Your Rental

How comprehensive tenant screening can spare you Too often we hear landlords bemoan the long tenant screening process we advise but the truth is — if you don’t screen your tenants there is a very real chance you’ll rent to a murderer, fraud or fugitive.  Or at the very least someone with crappy credit, poor…

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Transunion SmartMove

Primary Contact: Andrew Nevins anevins@transunion.com (720) 361-9098 www.ICOR.MySmartMove.com 6430 S. Fiddler's Green Circle #500 Greenwood Village, CO 80111 For Frequent Asked Questions Click Here If you are a current client of TransUnion SmartMove, Please email Andrew Nevins, and have your account moved into ICOR's program to start saving on tenant screening. Proof of Membership is required…

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To Roll or Not to Roll—what landlords need to know about Amendment 64: Facts every landlord needs to read about recreational and medical marijuana

The legalization of medical and recreation marijuana usage has forced the hand of Colorado landlords pushing them to make a decision about whether or not they will allow tenants to use medical marijuana or other consumables in or on their property. And it’s a decision that can’t be made lightly. Amendment 64 has created an…

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Washington landlord cited for failing to notify tenants of lead paint

Contact: Kim Farnham, EPA LBP Compliance Officer, 206-553-6697, farnham.kim@epa.gov Jeff Philip, EPA Public Affairs, 206-553-1465, philip.jeff@epa.gov (Seattle – May 15, 2012) Robert Kerr of Everett, Washington will pay a penalty for alleged violations of the federal Real Estate Notification and Disclosure Rule, according to a settlement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Mr. Kerr leases ...