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

Brighton property management 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.

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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.

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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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PAM
CARLSON

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NATHAN STAATS

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HOLLY
KISIEL

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EMILY
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TIM
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MORGAN
STEFFENS

We manage and lease properties in Denver Colorado

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About Brighton, CO

Brighton is an average-sized city situated in Colorado. It is the 22nd largest urban neighborhood in Colorado with 41,254 residents and nine constituent communities.

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It's one of only a few urban communities in Colorado with a vast extent of recently constructed properties. New development in the housing market means that the many people moving to Brighton are fueling the city's latest constructions.

Dissimilar to specific urban communities where their economy is ruled mainly by the white-collar or blue-collar occupations, Brighton has a blended labor force with 15.37% working in office and managerial positions, 9.32% in sales, and 8.71% in administrative domains.

Brighton residents are more educated than the overall national average of 21.84% for all urban areas and towns, and 21.08% of the adult population in Brighton has a minimum of a four-year college education a first university degree.

Brighton's per capital income is about $30,446, compared to Colorado's economy as middle-income and the rest of America as upper-middle-income revenue. This figure means that a typical family of four earns at least $121,000 per year.

Brighton is an incredibly ethnically diverse city with individuals from every significant race in the nation. The crime rate here reaches estimates of 30 cases for every 1000 inhabitants and is relatively average compared to other similar American urban cities in size and population. One’s possibility of turning into a victim of either violent or property assault in Brighton is 1 out of 33.

Further crime analyse is indicates that Brighton's property-related crime rate revolves around an estimated 28 attacks for every 1000 occupants. This means that you have an above-average chance of becoming a property crime victim in Brighton than in any other similar community in the country.

With more than 41,000 inhabitants, 12,244 house structures, and an average home value of $334,367, the Brighton real estate costs are somewhat above average relative to national house prices.

The Brighton housing market is dominated by single-family detached properties, representing close to 69% of the city's total housing units. Other predominant house types here include tall building lofts (15.19%), attached apartments (6.88%), and studio-sized condos (5.25%).

Three and four-bedroom properties are the most prevalent house size in Brighton, predominantly found in single-family detached homes. The city’s real estate data further highlights a blend of 62.68% owner-occupied homes and 37.32% on a renting basis.

Brighton is one of the country's new est housing markets. With 47.29% of its properties built from 2000, Brighton generally has a brand new look and feel. Other dwelling spots within the town hail from between 1970 and 1999 (34.40%), 1940 and 1969 (12.72%), and even before 1939 (5.59%).

Brighton has experienced very high home appreciation rates of any community in the nation over the past decade. Brighton's last decade's overall appreciation rate was 111.98%, making its yearly estimate back then to be 7.80%.

Brighton's appreciation rate for the past 12 months was 2.99% and 0.93% for the last quarter, equating its yearly estimate to 3.75%. With a livability score of 67 coupled by its outstanding home appreciation rate, the Brighton housing market unquestionably offers great long-term investment deal for those looking to buy or invest in the local real estate market. Reach out to our profound team of property managers for more insights and real estate market analysis.