Colorado Property Management Agreement | Commercial & Residential

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The Colorado property management agreement is used when a property owner hires a manager or management company to control and operate their real estate. In most cases, the manager will be a licensed real estate agent with the legal capacity to act on the owner’s behalf and collect rent, negotiate leases, advertise rental units, hire labor for repairs, and perform other duties requested of them by the owner. Payment to the manager is commonly provided in the form of a monthly fee or a percentage of the collective monthly rent.

Requirements (§ 12-10-201) – Property managers are required to have a real estate license if they engage in activities that fall under the State’s definition of a real estate broker (see § 12-10-2011(6)(a)). This requirement does not apply if the manager is an on-site employee of an owner of an apartment building, apartment complex, or condominium. However, the on-site manager may only perform “customary duties” such as repairs and general property upkeep (§ 12-61-101(2)(b)(XII & XIII).

Verify a Property Manager Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies

Sample Agreement

MAXIM 4000 Adobe PDF

TJC Real Estate & Management ServicesAdobe PDF

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