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Michelle And…, Renter in Denver, CO
Michelle Andrews asked:
How can we find Denver rentals that do not discriminate against a Chapter 13 Repayment couple? Many leasing consultants do not understand that a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, and Chapter 13 Repayment are very different animals. While many property management companies automatically exclude…
0 votes Share Flag Thu Sep 18, 2014 Rental Basics in Denver
Shaun Dixon, Real Estate Pro in 80013
Shaun Dixon answered:
I am relocating to Denver with work and concerned that while I have good income and rental history I have poor credit (recently divorced) Any advice?
The best way to build your credit would be contacting www.lexingtonlaw.com. I've had some past clients that used them and they improved their score by 50 points in just 2 months. Pay do ... more
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Sharon Patte…, Real Estate Pro in 80016
Sharon Patterson answered:
Looking for a 2 bed 2 bath rental in Denver.
In looking for a home to rent, you might try some management companies. My husband has rentals with "Advanced Property Management" and City Scape Management. My company, Cherry Creek ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Aug 20, 2014 Rental Basics in Denver
Annette Lawr…, Real Estate Pro in Palm Harbor, FL
Annette Lawrence 727.420.4041 answered:
Why listings fail to sell: I reply and give a link to my information; a bot replies.?
Rentals wanted ad?
Every Single Truila advertiser has failed to read my ad.
They do not read but send a auto-response.

Sounds normal to me.
You are spamming them, and they are bl ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Jul 25, 2014 Rental Basics in Denver
The Myers Te…, Real Estate Pro in 80401
The Myers Team answered:
I'm looking for a one bedroom anything anywhere very clean close to Denver I would like to have pets I can only spend 500 to 600 dollars
That is a very tough range to be in. Have you sat down with an Agent or had a discussion on the phone with someone. I would be open to talking to you about your options but you will ha ... more
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Sharon Patte…, Real Estate Pro in 80016
Sharon Patterson answered:
I'm looking for a one bedroom anything anywhere very clean close to Denver I would like to have pets I can only spend 500 to 600 dollars
You might look on Craigslist.org.
Also city Scape Management might be able to help you.

Good Luck to You
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jul 21, 2014 Rental Basics in Denver
Gregory A. P…, Real Estate Pro in 80238
Gregory A. Pond answered:
We are having trouble finding a place to rent in Denver. We live out of state and are non-smokers. How can we set ourselves apart in the market?
We have several properties that we manage in Denver. Please let me know if you haven't found something at this point and I can point you in the right direction. Best of luck to you an ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu May 29, 2014 Rental Basics in Denver
Kelli Martin, Real Estate Pro in Denver, CO
Kelli Martin answered:
Moving from UK to Denver in June 2014, I was told that all apartments to rent come unfurnished (no bed, chairs...). Is that correct?
You can find both furnished and unfurnished rentals. Good luck in your search!

Kelli
0 votes Share Flag Mon May 12, 2014 Rental Basics in Denver
phatty42, Home Owner in Des Moines, IA
phatty42 answered:
I asked my landlord to complete a W-9 form so that I could file an IRS form 1099 for the rent I paid him. He refused to fill out the form. What now?
I am a CPA and concur with the answer several people wrote - if you are paying the rent in the course of your business, then you report it in Box 3 of the 1099-MISC. If you are just ren ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Jan 22, 2014 Rental Basics in 80201
Darrick Gill…, Real Estate Pro in Aurora, CO
Darrick Gilliard answered:
how should I price my rental?
Great question there are several good answers below. One quick suggestion if you have not worked with rentals before... i would highly suggest a broker to rent it for you. They will ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Nov 21, 2013 Rental Basics in 80218
BOB GORDON, Real Estate Pro in Boulder, CO
BOB GORDON answered:
HOA, Condo fees, etc.... - buying a condo. What all needs to be considered to buy a condo as a rental property?
Why the five to eight years? What changes after that for you to sell the property and move along?
0 votes Share Flag Tue Nov 19, 2013 Rental Basics in Denver
Robert McGui…, Real Estate Pro in Denver, CO
Robert McGuire answered:
We believe your rental posting for the rental house at 956 S Corona, Denver CO is a scam for money. What do YOU do about this?
Natalia,

This is not a Trulia issue. You have done the right thing by doing your homework and not getting caught up in a bad situation. You need to contact the authorities so they ca ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Oct 12, 2013 Rental Basics in Denver County
Aaron Wilson, Real Estate Pro in Tahoe City, CA
Aaron Wilson answered:
I am relocating to Denver in June. To maximize my time, I am looking for someone to help out with showing me area rentals, Help!!
It's always best to find someone you know in the area where you currently live to see if they can recommend someone for you where your going. Or, find someone you know where you're mov ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Jun 23, 2013 Rental Basics in Platt Park
Robert McGui…, Real Estate Pro in Denver, CO
Robert McGuire answered:
Need information from landlord to write off a home office.
Rhadika,

This is a good question for your accountant or tax professional. you should also check with your company to see if they will intervene since they are the ones who need the i ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu May 9, 2013 Rental Basics in 80201
Bill Pearson, Real Estate Pro in Denver, CO
Bill Pearson answered:
I am renting my condo to and individual and his Employer is paying the rent. Am I required to complete a Form W-9 to his employer?
Dskai,

I agree with the other answers and you need to reach out to a CPA. If you need a suggestion I would be happy to suggest a couple. Best of luck with the situation!

Bill Pea ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Apr 16, 2013 Rental Basics in 80201
BOB GORDON, Real Estate Pro in Boulder, CO
BOB GORDON answered:
I am renting my town home, do I need to give my tenants a tax form? What form is that?
I can recommend a good CPA; YOU may want to explore a K-1 as part of your ownership strategy. This would relate to taxes. - Bob Gordon www.BoulderRealEstateNews.com
0 votes Share Flag Thu Feb 21, 2013 Rental Basics in 80201
Matt Bryant, Real Estate Pro in Denver, CO
Matt Bryant answered:
How much does a pet hurt the owner's chance of getting a rental?
I would agree with Debbie's answer. I own many rental properties around town, and usually my best tenants have all been dog owners. They care for the dog, and they also care for the h ... more
1 vote Share Flag Thu Jan 24, 2013 Rental Basics in Denver
Debbie OBrien, Real Estate Pro in 11050
Debbie OBrien answered:
Is it legal to ask for an extra sercurity deposit after 3yrs?
It is not illegal but is uncommon to collect additional security. Ask your landlord if your security deposit is currently being held in an interest bearing account. Ask why the landlor ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Jan 17, 2013 Rental Basics in 80201
Kevin (720)…, Real Estate Pro in Denver County, CO
Kevin (720) 334-6181 answered:
I am a 25 yr old male moving out to Lakewood looking for a single bedroom place to rent.
I would start with a local newspaper or a on- line apt search. A really good way to get a feel for neighborhoods is to ride your bike around. Green Mountain is a great neighborhood i ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat May 26, 2012 Rental Basics in Lakewood
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