Denver Property Management
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. We are proud to announce we are now taking care of short term vacation rentals. Check out our vacation rentals at woodruffvacationrentals.com and for more information, simply fill out the form.
Year 2009 changed J. Andrew Woodruff’s life. He had just finished renovating a 3,300 sq. ft. house in Uptown. At that time, no real estate was selling and he was close to bankruptcy. But he had an idea! Why not rent it out and move somewhere much cheaper? From there Woodruff Real Estate and Property Management was born. The first paperless property management company in the country specifically targeting high-end homes that couldn’t sell.
Emily Erickson is a licensed Real Estate Broker Associate and Property Manager who has been in the Real Estate Industry throughout her entire career from South Florida to Colorado. With Emily as your property manager: homeowners, tenants, buyers, sellers and vendors alike can expect a working relationship based on communication, tenacity, honesty, integrity, compassion and dedication. She truly cares about her clients!
Morgan's life became a lot brighter when she moved here from Chicago. After 2 years of exploring Colorado, she has fallen in love. In her free time, you can find her at a local concert, climbing a mountain crag, or hanging with her fur babies. She is our new office manager and broker with over a decade of experience in sales, marketing, and superior customer service. Morgan is eager to provide strong support for the Woodruff team as well as our clients.
My name is Tim Groonell and I’m a associate broker and property manager here at Woodruff Property Management. I'd like to take a moment to introduce myself and point out some areas which I think distinguish us from other property management companies. I've been a property manager since January of 1995, I own rental properties and my Parents have been in the rental business since I was 10 years old so you might say I've been around the industry my whole life. I grew up in Fairfield Connecticut and graduated from Roger Ludlowe High School and then went Colorado Mountain College and Regis University so I'm very familiar with the area. Beside my passion for real estate I enjoy skiing, hiking, traveling and always looking for a great restaurant.
Troy Herman understands the Colorado housing market more than anyone else having been raised in Denver and lived in Aurora for years. With a high level of responsibility, honesty, and integrity Troy is ready to deliver a successful real estate property management experience for his clients.
Pam Carlson has been an active licensed Broker Associate for more than 20 years. She has been a leasing and property manager since 2009 and loves to provide successful property management experience to owners who are not ready to sell their property.
I have been a home owner for 10 years and a property manager for my own portfolio for 6. I understand the challenges and time involved with construction, maintenance and evaluating home rental prices in the Denver Area. I pride myself on the personal relationships I develop with owners and tenants. I will treat your property with same care and concern I do with my own.
Among many other things, Denver, Colorado (pop. 650,000), is famous for hosting the Democratic National Convention in 1908 and again in 2008, and for turning down a bid to host the 1976 Winter Olympics. In 1858, Kansas Territory land speculator General William Larimer staked a claim on the bluff overlooking the confluence of the South Platte River and Cherry Creek. Larimer named the town site Denver City to flatter Territorial Governor James W. Denver, hoping he would make it the county seat of Arapaho County. Unbeknownst to Larimer, Governor Denver had already resigned from office. From then to now, Denver, Colorado’s geographic location made it ideal for distributing goods to the surrounding Mountain States; being equidistant from the great cities of the Midwest and the West Coast also made it a natural trading and transportation center connecting those two regions. Denver International (and, earlier, Stapleton) has been a major airline hub for many years, currently for United and Frontier Airlines. Denver is also a major telecommunication hub, its unique location offering “one-bounce” satellite communication to six continents. In 2013, Denver was named sixth-best Place for Business and Careers by Forbes magazine. Denver’s staggering array of cultural opportunities is supported by a 1% sales tax which has gone to the visual and performing arts, and nature, science, and history museums since 1988. Denver is a great sports town, the smallest metro area in the U.S. to have teams in all four major sports. Residents also enjoy 200 parks and 29 recreation centers; 314-acre City Park, its design inspired in part by New York City’s Central Park, is 1 mile long by ¾ mile wide and includes the Denver Zoo, Museum of Nature and Science, two lakes, and next-door, the City Park Golf Course.
At Woodruff Property Management there is always a dedicated team who will treat your home as their own.
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