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Kenna Real Estate provides expert property management services with Property Managerover twenty years of experience in property management, development, construction, and residential real estate sales. We have profound marketing expertise and utilize current and burgeoning web tools, such as blogging and social media, to broadcast your property to a broad audience. If you do not require complete property management services but have a rental property and you'd like to avoid the hassle of finding a tenant, we can help. Our leasing services allow you to get on with your life while we market your property and find the perfect tenant.

Property Management in Denver & Surrounding Areas

Get peace of mind by knowing that your Denver rental property will be managed by top-notch staff with the utmost professionalism and the best knowledge of property management in Denver. Our rates are reasonable, and we always provide our clients with full disclosure. You'll never have to worry about hidden fees or service charges. When a property needs a repair, we never charge a service fee when using outside vendors. Kenna Real Estate's property management division serves residential, multi-family, luxury, and corporate clients in the following areas:  Property Management Phone Number 303-955-4220 Call or Text

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Want to learn more about what we offer? Read on below or submit your questions for an immediate response. 303-955-4220

Our Denver Property Management Services, Skills & Assets Include:

  • Extensive marketing and advertising of your property are featured on top-rated websites such as ZILLOW, Kenna Real Estate, REColorado, Apartments.com, and many more!
  • Screening of potential residents. Our rigorous screening process includes background and credit checks by Transunion tenant screening services. 
  • Comprehensive knowledge of Colorado landlord/tenant law, state and federal housing codes, and fair housing regulations with 30 + years of management experience.
  • Collection of security deposits, rental payments, and accurate accounting with itemized statements and year-end tax summaries
  • Enforcement of rental agreement, including resolving any issues that may arise with a tenant
  • Serving Pay or Vacate notices and managing all that is involved with eviction proceedings if/when required
  • Continual communication with owners about property and related issues, if any should arise
  • Maintenance of all records, including receipts and maintenance records
  • Conducting interior and exterior move-in and move-out inspections
  • Performing or hiring the necessary labor to perform high-quality repairs and preventative care at a reasonable cost
  • Access to an extensive network of expert vendors
  • We also go above and beyond by offering the homeowner a new insurance solution designed to protect your monthly rental income from a broad range of tenant situations that can lead to non-payment of rent. You can start saving your residential rental unit anytime during a lease period and receive up to six months of rent recovery. Plus, there’s reimbursement for some of the legal expenses to help you through the eviction process,

Frequently Asked Questions about renting your property until the Real Estate market Improves or Interest Rates Come Down.

Q: How long should I rent my home before selling?

A: There's no set timeline, but 1-3 years is typical. Monitor the market to get a sense of when conditions may favor selling. Also factor in your situation.

Q: How much rental income can I expect relative to my home value?

A: A general rule is 0.5% to 1% of the home's monthly value. So, a $500K home could be rented for $2,500-$5,000 monthly. Consider comparable rental rates in your area.

Q: What expenses will I need to cover as a landlord?

A: You’ll be responsible for mortgage payments, property taxes, insurance, maintenance costs, and repairs. Hire a property manager or factor in their fees, too.

Q: What renovations should I make before renting my house?

A: Focus on general upkeep like painting, flooring, and appliances to keep the home up to rental standards. Also make sure systems like HVAC are serviced.

Q: How do I go about finding and screening good tenants?

A: Work with an experienced real estate agent or property manager. They’ll market your listing, vet applicants, run background checks, and ensure good fits.

Q: What legal protections do I need as a landlord?

A: Consult a real estate lawyer to understand landlord-tenant laws in your state. Purchase landlord insurance to cover liability issues, too.

Q: How often will I need to visit or inspect the property?

A: If you hire a property manager, they'll conduct regular inspections and address issues. Schedule an annual walkthrough yourself as well.

Q: What happens if I decide to sell earlier than expected?

A: Review your lease agreement terms. You may need to wait until the lease expires or negotiate an early termination with the tenant.


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