Not a franchise. We are locally owned.
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11 years and still going strong

Serving Boulder’s Property Management Needs AND LEASING SERVICES

Our dedicated team at Woodruff Property Management takes personal pride in all of your long and short term property management needs. Our team personally handles all types of residential and rental investments. For more information, simply fill out the form or call us at (720) 724-9794

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Here's our 11 point promise to you!

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“We Don’t Charge a Dime Until the Lease is Signed.”

We don't charge any up front fees. Not even a "Non-Refundable Set-Up Fee." If we don't perform, you don't pay. There are no "hidden fees" in our contracts.

2

We advertise your property more extensively than our competition

Over 85% of renters now find their next home online. We post your property to over 200 web-sites and 150 media sites. More advertising means less time on the market and more money in your pocket.

3

We are Green – 98% paperless

All our contracts, leases, and documents are signed digitally. Tenant and Owner On-line Portals allow 24/7 access to all invoices, documents, statements, reports, and financials.

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We show properties from 9 am to 9 pm 7 days a week

When the tenant prospects need to see the rentals. Our competition shows during normal business hours.

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Tenant Quality Assurance Guarantee

We are so confident in our Tenant Qualification Process that, if we have to evict a tenant we qualified and moved into a property we manage, we find a new tenant at no cost (we will not charge a leasing fee). This is a FREE service, not an "Eviction Protection Plan."

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We get your money to you fast:

We use ACH direct deposit to collect rent and pay our owners so we can pay you up to 10 days faster than our competition… in time for your mortgage payment. We don’t start you out a month behind on paying your mortgage.

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Average Time to Rent: 19 days:.

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Responsiveness: We answer / return 99.2% of our phone calls

The National Average is only 60% returned / answered calls. Our voicemail will never say: “We will get back to you within 48 hours”

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We offer Leasing Only service for those who don’t need Property Management.

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We don’t Nickel and Dime you on Maintenance:

We ask for approval on all work orders so you don’t get surprised when you receive your statement. We don’t have an in-house maintenance staff that we pay $15 per hour and bill out at $50 per hour. Rather, we use our buying power to get discounts of 10-50% from our Preferred Vendors… and pass that savings directly on to you. We don’t have hazy language in our contracts that allow us to mark up any invoice for any amount at our discretion.

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We are Real Estate Brokers:

We are trained professionals who know how to negotiate and facilitate the rental process. We will get the highest possible rent for you, and, as an added bonus, you get the benefit of our years of real estate experience and accumulated knowledge.

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MEET A FEW OF OUR LICENSED BROKERS AND PROPERTY MANAGERS

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J. ANDREW
WOODRUFF

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TROY HERMAN

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PAM
CARLSON

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NATHAN STAATS

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PAMELA
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EMILY
ERICKSON

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TIM
GROONELL

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MORGAN
STEFFENS

We manage and lease properties in Denver Colorado

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About Boulder, CO

Boulder is one of the largest medium-sized cities in Colorado. Boulder is the eleventh most prominent neighborhood in Colorado, giving a home to 107,353 individuals and 29 constituent surroundings.

Boulder is a firmly middle-class city, with altogether 92.41% of the labor force utilized in middle-class occupations, well over the nation’s average. The majority of the workforce in Boulder works in administration positions (11.57%), teaching (10.58%), and sales occupations (10.24%).

Other than being a city brimming with researchers, Boulder generally harbors specialists. The city has more artisans, designers, and media-based creatives than 90% of similar urban cities in America.

One fascinating thing about Boulder’s economy is that over 13.26% of the labor force work remotely from their homes. These laborers are primarily telecommuters working in information-based, white-collar occupations and self-employed individuals who run small private ventures from the comfort of their homes.

Considering its overall urban-college layout, Boulder truly has a pleasant mix of qualities. This city is sufficiently large to offer a substantial portion of amenities, opportunity, and convenience to its inhabitants and to the significant number of students who continually come in each fall. The city likewise holds a continuously growing number of alumni hoping to begin new professions, making an enormous population of young, educated, vibrant, and upwardly mobile locals.

This makes Boulder a decent spot for youthful and educated vocation starters hoping to discover numerous individuals such as themselves, with the opportunity to build friendships,socialize, and have fun.

Approximately 73.85% of the local adult populations have attained at least 4-year college education, compared to the 21.84% national average for other similar urban towns. The income per capital in Boulder ranges around $42,203, which is well off compared to other cities in Colorado and the country. This rate translates to yearly revenue of $168,812 for a typical family of four.

Unlike other ethnically diverse cities, Boulder has a crime rate of 43 per 1,000 occupants. One's possibility of becoming a victim of either property or violent crime here is roughly 1:23.

Boulder City has 42,643 housing units in total and an estimated median home price value of $846,748, making its local real estate market more rewarding for home investors.

Huge high-rise buildings are the most widely recognized house type in Stone, representing 41.06% of the total residential units. Other predominant house types in Boulder are single-family detached homes (39.25%), homes changed over to apartments (8.79%), and other appended homes (7.69%).

Boulder’s inhabitants primarily live in little (one, two, or no bedroom) houses, mainly found in enormous high-rise loft buildings. The Boulder Real estate market also features a balanced mix of owner-occupied residences and those renting.

Boulder had a steady home appreciation rate of more than 3% throughout the previous year. Its last quarter's property appreciation rate was 0.58%, which likens to a yearly appreciation pace of 2.33%.

Property data analysis and forecasts further show that Boulder's most recent annual appreciation rate is lower than 70% of Colorado's different but similar urban communities. Other data suggest that Boulder has a livability score of 66/100 and is considerably better than 45% of other similar neighborhoods in the country.