Property Management Service
Serving Broomfield, Westminster, Arvada, Lakewood, Denver, Aurora, Boulder County and the Surrounding Areas
Property Management Services provided through Metro RE Investment Group & Property Management is your source for honest and dependable management, providing the highest quality of service to our landlords, investors, and their tenants, giving them the personal attention they deserve.
We’re proud members of the National Association of Residential Property Managers, an association of real estate professionals who, on a daily basis, deal with challenges of managing residential rental properties. NARPM® provides its members with continuing education and higher standards of professionalism to better serve their clients.
Metro REIG Complies with the guidelines and the numerous security restrictions placed by law on the users of credit report products:
- Business is conducted at a secure, commercially based location
- Access to the business computer system is only granted to authorized agents
- Site inspected by approved 3rd party inspector as required by law and credit agencies
- Property Management Agreement detailing responsibilities and obligations of all parties
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Topics in Property Management
How Much Mold is Too Much?
We often face situations in homes where there is some mold or mildew that needs to be cleaned. The question is if we have to hire a professional to remediate. In most cases if the affected area is less than 10 square feet, you can handle the job yourself. This is per EPA’s documentation. Please see EPA’s website Mold Cleanup in Your Home. The site contains tips, techniques, guidelines and many useful information.
Lowering Expenses to Improve Cash-flow
The State statute requires that each real property be re-valued by the County Assessor every two years. In odd-numbered years, the property taxes are set for the following two years.
Is Security Deposit a Taxable Income?
The question I’ve been frequently asked by owners is whether a security deposit a taxable income. The security deposit or damage deposit you receive from a tenant should not be included in your rental income if you intend to return the funds to your tenant when they leave after the lease expires. However, if the tenant Read More …