For decades Colorado landlords could terminate unwritten month-to-month leases upon 7 days notice.  This law was recently changed to require at least 21 days notice.   Many landlords haven’t realized that the new law did more than change notice requirements for termination.  The new law also requires that month-to-month landlords having no written lease must provide tenants with a 21 day notice before increasing the rent.  The law applies not just to month-to-month leases, but to leases between one month and six months.

Need a legal primer on lease terms and legal issues, or information about benefits and requirements of Section 8 leasing?  Join us for our upcoming Investor Advantage Lunch & Learn on July 18, 2018.  We will go over all the ins and outs of leases, terminations, and security deposits.  Representatives for Adams County Housing Authority will also talk about lease requirement and benefits for section 8.  REGISTER HERE

Greg Parham, Attorney and Operations Manager for First Alliance Title