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As of January 1, 2019, if a Section 8 voucher holder is a good candidate, most Denver Landlords will be required to accept the voucher and cooperate...

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Earning a national credential can help elevate your skill set and take your career in the multifamily industry to the next level. With five...

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Drainage issues are a common headache for property managers, and they become especially evident as watering increases during the summer months. The...

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I admit it…I let my emotions get to me at work one day. I was alone in the office all day, and quite frankly, I was “done!” Have...

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Look out Millennials, Generation Z is gaining ground. This group of individuals — born between the mid-1990s and 2010 — are beginning to...

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Thank you to all the leaders and members who attended June Awards last month. It was such a great time to celebrate Brandon Rich’s year as...

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I am a new regional director for a company expanding into the local market. Right off we have positions unfilled at several of our apartment...

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I’m a maintenance professional and I enjoy moving in residents who appreciate our efforts to provide a quality apartment home. Recently I have...

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US Rep. Mike Coffman of Colorado Congressional District 6 and industry representatives Matt Pacheco, Joint Legislative Advisory Council Chair; Scott...

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Developing a successful marketing strategy for your community has a variety of components. While an online presence is important to attract...

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Overall, most tenants are good. They carry out the prime directive by paying their rent on time, and don't bother other folks, including your...

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“The grass is greener over there” - We have all thought it once or twice; maybe it was about someone we were dating, our jobs, our cars...

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