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Boulder Rent Prices Decline

Boulder Rent Prices Decline

BOULDER – The usual story of ever-rising Boulder rents took a new turn this month. Data for August 2018 shows Boulder rents fell slightly by 0.1 percent last month and by 0.1 percent year-over-year, according to the latest report from rental site Apartment List. That...

Getting Smart About SmartRegs for Rentals

Getting Smart About SmartRegs for Rentals

BOULDER – The December 31 deadline for SmartRegs compliance for residential rental properties in the city of Boulder is looming. When the City Council adopted the ordinance on September 21, 2010, the deadline seemed far in the future. However, that deadline is now...

Airbnb essentials

Airbnb essentials

DENVER – Airbnb has become extremely popular across the nation. “However, many homeowners do not understand how to turn their home into an Airbnb,” said Broker Associate Sarah Clark, of Kentwood City Properties, who Airbnbs her personal residence as well as a home in...

Owning vs. Renting: What’s Better for Your Wallet?

Owning vs. Renting: What’s Better for Your Wallet?

Part of being smart with your money means managing how much you buy. And while that might be as simple as not buying goods you don’t need, it might also mean considering alternatives to buying – like renting or leasing – to save money. Opting to rent something has its...

4 signs that a rental listing may be fraudulent

Rental scams are back in the news again! This is an important reminder that fraud does exist in the real estate rental market. It’s important to know the signs so you can avoid being a victim of rental fraud. Here are a few red flags to look for if you are searching...

Design Recipes: Making Space in a Studio

Design Recipes: Making Space in a Studio

Studio spaces or one room living are common, especially in urban areas. Ranging typically from 250 square feet to 500 square feet, it's important to make sure every square foot counts. Enter the concept of zones. Zoning is a design technique in which space is defined...

Buying vs. renting

LOVELAND – A home is an investment, and it takes time to let that investment take root and grow. “The main goal of homeownership is to build equity,” said RE/MAX Alliance Broker Associate Sarah Warnock. “You can use the equity you built to help you get into your next...