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Landlord Legislation in Colorado

CO HB1134 Report Tenant Rent Payment Information To Credit Agencies

Introduced Session

2021 Regular Session

Bill Summary
Concerning facilitating the reporting of tenants' rent payment information to consumer reporting agencies at the tenants' request.
Sponsors
Mary Bradfield Naquetta Ricks Jeff Bridges Jennifer Bacon
Last Action
Introduced In House - Assigned to Business Affairs & Labor
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https://lawsforlandlords.com/bill/co-2021-hb1134/

CO HB1121 Residential Tenancy Procedures

Introduced Session

2021 Regular Session

Bill Summary
Concerning protections for residential tenants related to actions by landlords.
Sponsors
Dominique Jackson Iman Jodeh Julie Gonzales Yadira Caraveo Emily Sirota Michael Weissman Tammy Story
Last Action
Introduced In House - Assigned to Business Affairs & Labor
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https://lawsforlandlords.com/bill/co-2021-hb1121/

CO SB173 Rights In Residential Lease Agreements

Introduced Session

2021 Regular Session

Bill Summary
Concerning rights related to residential rental agreements.
Sponsors
Julie Gonzales Dominick Moreno Yadira Caraveo Serena Gonzales-Gutierrez Stephen Fenberg Chris Kolker Brittany Pettersen Tammy Story Faith Winter Monica Duran Dominique Jackson Susan Lontine Dafna Michaelson Jenet Dylan Roberts Emily Sirota Steven Woodrow
Last Action
Introduced In Senate - Assigned to State, Veterans, & Military Affairs
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https://lawsforlandlords.com/bill/co-2021-sb173/

CO HB1410 COVID-19-related Housing Assistance

Introduced Session

2020 Regular Session

Bill Summary
Concerning assistance for individuals facing a housing-related hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and, in connection therewith, transferring money received from the federal government pursuant to the "CARES Act" to the eviction legal defense fund and the housing development grant fund to provide such assistance and making an appropriation.
Sponsors
Serena Gonzales-Gutierrez Thomas Exum Julie Gonzales Rachel Zenzinger
Last Action
Governor Signed
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https://lawsforlandlords.com/bill/co-2020-hb1410/

CO HB1196 Mobile Home Park Act Updates

Introduced Session

2020 Regular Session

Bill Summary
Concerning updates to the laws governing mobile home parks.
Sponsors
Edith Hooton Julie McCluskie Stephen Fenberg Pete Lee
Last Action
Governor Signed
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https://lawsforlandlords.com/bill/co-2020-hb1196/

Latest News

Governor’s Latest Executive Order

KEY FACTS: Issued:  October 15, 2020
Expires:  November 14, 2020 Caveat:
Late Fee Prohibition Remains in Effect
Through December 31, 2020 KEY ISSUES:
Rent Demands: Extends 30-day rent
demand until November 14th The 30-day
rent demand applies to ALL Landlords
(residential and commercial). Late Fees:
The Order establishes a ban […]

Governor’s Latest Executive Order

KEY FACTS: Issued:  October 15, 2020
Expires:  November 14, 2020 Caveat:
Late Fee Prohibition Remains in Effect
Through December 31, 2020 KEY ISSUES:
Rent Demands: Extends 30-day rent
demand until November 14th The 30-day
rent demand applies to ALL Landlords
(residential and commercial). Late Fees:
The Order establishes a ban […]

Governor’s Latest Executive Order

KEY FACTS: Issued:  October 15, 2020
Expires:  November 14, 2020 Caveat:
Late Fee Prohibition Remains in Effect
Through December 31, 2020 KEY ISSUES:
Rent Demands: Extends 30-day rent
demand until November 14th The 30-day
rent demand applies to ALL Landlords
(residential and commercial). Late Fees:
The Order establishes a ban […]

Pros and Cons of Month-to-Month Rental Leases

The real estate market is in a particularly unusual state in 2021 as the overall economy seeks to correct itself during an ongoing pandemic. One of the more surprising results of the past year is that while housing prices are going up, the cost to rent is, in many places, going down or stabilizing. Now is a great time for property owners to analyze the kind of leasing agreements they typically offer. Is month-to-month rental a better solution in the present,

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A Guide to Squatter Rights- What Landlords Absolutely Need to Know

If you’re a landlord who has recently discovered the presence of unknown tenants living in one of your properties, you’re probably wondering what to do next. Is this trespassing? Can you simply kick them out? The answer is not quite so simple, assuming these unexpected tenants are squatters. We tend to think of squatters in basic, colloquial terms: people who have moved into a property they don’t own or rent and live there without permission. However, you’ve probably also heard

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A Complete Guide to Every Step in the Eviction Process

As a landlord, your hope is to bring on high-quality tenants that abide by the lease and pay rent on time each month. However, you might be surprised at how likely it is that you could find yourself going through the eviction process at some point in your tenure. In the past few years, US eviction data was compiled and revealed just how common evictions actually are. In fact, in 2016 alone, 2.3 million evictions were filed in America. Our goal is

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