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Renting property in Denver? Know the Changes in Landlord Laws.

If you are an existing landlord or are interested in renting out your property, there are some new Denver laws with which you need to be familiar. Andy Rhodes, CEO of Colorado Complete Inspections (CCI), explains, “Denver has changed some landlord requirements. Now if you want to rent property as a single-family property owner, you must get a license.” This two-step Denver Licensing process for landlords entails the following:

Step 1: Conduct an official inspection of your property using a Denver-approved inspector to assess the property’s habitability (health and safety inspection).

Step 2: You apply with the City and County of Denver for your Landlord License

Once your inspection takes place, you have time to address maintenance issues, as the Denver landlord application usually will take between 3 to 4 months to get your license. Rhodes also recommends that you include your License Number on all your rental advertisements to ensure you are in compliance with new Denver laws.

For further information about getting your Landlord License and the Inspection Process, please contact

CCI, Colorado Complete Inspections

Andy Rhodes, CEO

5600 Greenwood Plaza Blvd, Ste 100 Greenwood Village, CO 80111


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