1 of 3 Landlord-Tenant Bills Heads to Governor

1 of 3 Landlord-Tenant Bills Heads to Governor

We’ve seen three significant bills concerning rentals introduced this session.  HB18-1127 would impose significant requirements during rental application process; SB18-010 would place requirements on landlords to provide tenants with documentation of signed leases and security deposit receipts, and SB18-120 would modify the time period for tenants to cure unpaid rent.  So far this session SB18-010 is the only bill heading to the Governor for signature.  The other two bills did not pass.  Here’s what you need to know about SB18-010: read more…

Separate Seller Closings — Why Your Sellers Want Them

A decade ago many real estate professionals predicted that digital document signing would quickly replace the traditional conference room closing with wet signatures on paper. Not much has changed with the signing process. We still sign on paper documents with blue...

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How the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Impacts Colorado Homeowners

President Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on December 22, 2017.  With all of the different Senate and House versions of this tax reform, and the fact that the final law is nearly 200 pages, it would be helpful to have some additional clarity.  The impact of the...

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