Some tenant-landlord issues are easily resolved by learning the right steps to take when as issue comes up. Documenting maintenance issues with pictures and video can go a long way. Depending on the situation, it is also important to follow up any verbal, text message, or email notifications to your landlord with a letter in certified mail. Not sure where to start? Connect with a housing navigator to learn more about tenants’ rights and the steps needed to resolve a tenant-landlord issue.
If your tenant-landlord issue relates to an alleged lease violation, is a matter of health and safety, or could result in going to court, it is essential to get a lawyer involved.
In partnership with Adams County, Colorado Housing Connects and Brothers Redevelopment offer high-quality, no-cost mediation services to mitigate landlord-tenant disputes in Adams County. The goal of the program is to divert parties away from court-sanctioned eviction proceedings and to work toward mutually agreed alternatives between renters and landlords like rental assistance, payment plans, lease compliance, and more.
In Denver, Colorado Housing Connects offers tenant-landlord mediation services for all manner of housing disputes, including maintenance issues, lease disputes, security deposit disagreements, and more.
To learn more, call 1-844-926-6632.
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Colorado Legal Services (CLS), a non-profit, has helped low-income individuals including seniors in Colorado for over 90 years.
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This guidebook summarizes existing State of Colorado and City of Boulder residential landlord-tenant law.
This guidebook is meant to serve as an information guide to help property managers, owners, and tenants better understand their legal rights and responsibilities, and to build a stronger landlord/tenant relationship.
This notice summarizes some of the rights and obligations of residential landlords and tenants in Denver, Colorado.
This notice does not represent a complete analysis of landlord-tenant law, does not constitute legal advice, and the information in this notice can change at any time.
Esta guía repasa las leyes implícitas de la garantía de habilidad en Colorado.
This guidebook reviews Colorado’s implied warranty of habitability law.