Basics of Managing Your Rental Property: Keep Trouble & Vacancies Down, Prosperity & Investment
Rental property can be a great investment and source of income, but it's important to know what you are doing both legally and practically before putting an ad on Craigslist. Learn how to prepare your property for renting, how to attract good tenants and keep the bad ones out, and the most important considerations for leases. We'll cover lots of dos and don'ts with regard to prospective and current tenants including new Colorado laws, fair housing regulations, and dealing with eviction procedures and documents. Discuss how to find responsive service people and how to keep your property rented when others have vacancies. Finally, consider whether professional management might be right for your situation. Receive the latest and best resources for managing your property, including copies of a lease used in over 400 housing units, and the current Colorado tenant/landlord laws. Taught by Jim Flint
, a 30-year veteran real estate investor and professional realtor, who has managed and worked with property managers on hundreds of properties and Jason Meyer
, a 10-year veteran property manager that currently manages over 400 units. Come benefit from their experience and expertise and get your rental income flowing in.
|Dates:||January 10, 2019
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|Meets:||One Thu., 6-9:15PM 01/10 |
|Location:||CFU LOWRY: Near 1st & Quebec|
You could save $12.00 on this course by becoming a member of CFU Membership
|Notes:||$20 materials fee payable in class for workbook and resource manual.|
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