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

Colorado 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.

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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PAM
CARLSON

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NATHAN STAATS

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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 Colorado

Colorado officially became a state 100 years after the signing of the U.S. Declaration of Independence. That's why it's occasionally referred to as the Centennial State.

Colorado has 6,800 feet as its mean elevation, and it's the highest state in America. The state boasts of its 54 mountain peaks with a minimum altitude of 14,000 feet, otherwise known as fourteeners.

Pikes Peak is one of the highest fourteeners and a main tourist attraction sites in Colorado.

Denver is Colorado's capital city and is referred to as the Mile High City due to its exact elevation of 5,280 feet. One mile is equal to 5,280 feet.

With an area size of 269,837 km2and more than ten fastest-growing metro areas, Colorado had a five-year growth rate of more than 6% by 2014. This rate lists as the third-fastest growth pace for any state in the nation.

Colorado is ethnically diverse and has a population of 5,758,736 people. 68.3% are Whites, and about 21% of the residents identify as Hispanics.

German tops the ancestral origin list with slightly more than 19% of the population, but English is the most widely spoken language in Colorado.

Surrounded by the Rocky Mountains and distinctively bisected by the Continental Divide, Colorado's economy mainly depended on agriculture and mining. The occurrence of the Great Depression later skewed the economy towards government employments and tourism.

Colorado today boasts of its robust Gross Domestic Product (GDP), courtesy of its thriving service-based economy.Most of its residents work in the financial service sector and software development fronts.

Nearly 36% of Colorado's population have a first degree, ranking the local work-force as the second most educated in the country. This growing rate means that the state regularly gets an influx of skilled workers, driving real estate costs higher each year.

Colorado's median individual per capita income is $36,415, and the national average of $31,177 per year. The annual median household income in this state is $68,811, while that of the nation is $57,652.

These higher than national income averages mean that Colorado offers a better quality of life than most states in the country.

Colorado has a population estimate of more than 5.7 million individuals, 2,136,827 housing units, and a median home value of $392,907. The median age in Centennial state is 36.7, meaning that the state has more young adults than any other age category.

Close to 50% of the homes here date back to 1970 and 1999, and about 63% of the housing units are single-family properties. The most common and most preferred home size in Colorado is 3-bedroom apartments, accounting for at least 33% of the existing housing blocks.

More than 63% of the housing units are owner-occupied, 36.5% are renter-occupied, and 10.2% are vacant. The median monthly rent price in Colorado is $1,810.

Zillow's Home Value Index shows that Colorado's real estate costs increased by 7.1% over the past year. Zillow further predicts a home value increase by at least 10.2% in the next 12 months.

This steady increase in home appreciation rates means that Colorado offers an excellent opportunity for long-term and short-term real estate investments. Contact our qualified property managers now for all of your Colorado real estate needs.