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A new Colorado bill requires a tenant to promptly notify the tenant’s landlord via written or electronic notice when the tenant knows or reasonably suspects that the tenant’s dwelling unit contains bed bugs. A tenant who gives a landlord electronic notice of a condition shall send such notice only to the e-mail address, telephone number,…


The U.S. Department of Justice has filed suit against the owner and manager of rental properties in the San Diego area who is alleged to have been sexually harassing female tenants and trading sex for rent discounts, according to a release. The Justice Department lawsuit alleges that Larry Nelson, owner and manager of residential housing in…


New York State Senate and Assembly leaders passed expansive changes to rent control laws that stunned the real estate industry. The state’s governor, Andrew Cuomo, signed the bill on Friday, a day before the existing, more moderate law expired. Legislators won’t have to worry about wrangling over tenant protections every few years, like the old law. The…


Due to the immense popularity of the sharing economy, apps like Airbnb and VRBO have completely changed the way people locate and secure short-term rentals. Short-term rentals—also known as vacation rentals—are defined as homes or rooms in homes that are rented out for less than 30 days. These rentals provide a sense of home to their…


For the past several quarters, there has been a distinct hurry up and wait mentality among many seniors housing investors. We saw this partially reflected in 2018’s total transaction volume of $13.6 billion, which was a five-year low for the sector. The dip in transaction volume was partially due to a dearth of large-scale portfolio…


As the saying goes, Rome wasn’t completed in a day—and neither was your renovation. We’re not going to sugarcoat it for you: Embarking on a renovation project or working on a home renovation checklist is a far cry from what you see on your favorite home renovation show. It requires a lot of time, effort, and money—that house…


Here are 6 ways to bug-proof your rental property and keep your tenants happy which is this week’s maintenance tip from Keepe. Bugs are always an unwanted guest for your tenants and can create unsanitary living conditions. Because there are so many different types of bugs, bug proofing your rental property can sometimes feel like…


An economic study published in March 2018 showed that hotel developers were directly limiting affordable housing developments in Moab. Since then, overnight rentals have been the primary subject of Moab’s struggle to control the effects of tourism on locals. “Hotel projects are directly affecting the ability of local workforce housing developers to undertake projects, due to competition…


As industry professionals know, the federal government has enacted various rules and regulations to protect individuals from discriminatory practices. In real estate, the most prominent of these regulations is the Fair Housing Act, which prohibits discrimination against property buyers. As a real estate professional, it’s crucial that you and any team members or contractors you hire…


After months (or years!) of saving and dreaming, you’re ready to embark on a renovation that will put Chip and Jo to shame. You’ve taken your “before” pictures and you’re eager for the improvements to begin. And yet you know you’re committing to a long, expensive project that will disrupt your normal routine. There’s so much to…

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