October is Fire Prevention Month and there's no better time to talk about fire safety and prevention. With the colder weather comes additional risk as fireplaces and heating systems are used more. In 2015, there were 1,345,500 fires reported in the United States. Fires can have devastating effects on a home and its occupants. Last year, fires caused an estimated $10.3 billion in property damage. Do you know how to protect your home from fire dangers?
Smart landlords know that it’s time to start planning your tax process now. Your Schedule E will be where you record all your rental income, less your expenses such as management, property taxes, insurance, mortgage interest and depreciation. The net amount, whether income or loss, will flow into your main 1040 form.
Should I post my property on Craigslist? What should I put in my post? How do I get leads from my post? If you've ever asked yourself these questions, then you're not alone, and we've got answers for your most pressing Craigslist questions.
Whether you own your house, or are renting, no one wants to be on bad terms with their neighbors. Building a good relationship is a lot easier than you think.
Are you moving to a new city? Take a few cleansing breathes, and read on to find some tips for making your transition more relaxing.
Alaska, Colorado, Oregon, Washington state, and Washington D.C. have legalized recreational marijuana, and medicinal marijuana has been legalized in 25 states.
Hello, Fort Collins landlords! We love FoCo and we've got some great resources for local landlords.
(Fun Fact: The photo above was taken just down the street from our Old Town office.)
September is Mold Awareness Month and we'd like to talk about what you can do about mold in your property. We'll show you where to find it, how to manage it, and why it can be harmful to your tenants.
Winter means snow, roaring fires, and cooler temperatures. It can also mean frozen pipes, power outages, and drafts. These factors can lead to costly repairs and reduce energy efficiency. If you're a home owner, renter, or property manager, then you'll want to know what steps you can take before disaster strikes.