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

Longmont 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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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 Longmont

Longmont, Colorado, situated inside Boulder Region, is a city with 22 square miles, over 300 days of daylight, and a fantastic vista of the Rocky Mountains. Longmont sits at a rise of 4,979 feet above sea level. Longmont is ideal for outdoor fans, with more than 1,500 acres of green open space. Longmont also homes a few innovative tech-based organizations. It is strategically placed 37 miles from Denver, 16 miles from Boulder, and 30 miles from Rocky Mountain National Park.

Harboring more than 96,577 individuals and 22 constituent areas, Longmont is the thirteenth most prominent neighborhood in Colorado.

Longmont's housing costs are among the most noteworthy in the country, albeit real estate costs here don't come close to real estate costs in Colorado's most costly neighborhoods.

Unlike most urban communities where the official or common occupations support their local economy, neither is prevalent to the other in Longmont. It has a blended labor force of both white-and blue-collar positions. Most of the population here works in managerial support (11.57%), executive occupations (10.11%), and marketing (9.78%).

The schooling level of Longmont is higher relative to the national average. About 40.33% of the local adult population with at least 25 years has attained a minimum of a four-year college education. The typical US neighborhood has typically 21.84% of its grown-ups holding a four-year certification or advanced education.

The per capital pay in Longmont in 2018 was $34,440, which is upper middle income relative to both Colorado and the country averages. This compares to yearly revenue of $137,760 for a household of four.

With 96,500+ inhabitants, 35,622 homes, and a median home value of $391,681, Longmont's real estate costs are among probably the most noteworthy in the country, even though house costs here don't measure up to real estate costs in the most costly Colorado neighborhood.

Single-family homes are the most basic housing type in Longmont, representing 61.25% of the city's housing units. Different sorts of housing that are common in Longmont incorporate huge condos (21.84%), column houses (7.86%), and converted properties (6.46%).

The most predominant structure size and type in Longmont are three and four-bedroom abodes, nearly found in single-family homes. The city has a combination of proprietors and renters, with 60.98% possessing and 39.02% leasing.

Over the past ten years, Longmont has encountered probably the most elevated home appreciation paces of any neighborhood in the country. Longmont real estate appreciated 85.61% throughout this time, averaging a yearly home appreciation pace of 6.38%. This data justifies the viability of investing here on a long-term basis.

In the course of the passing year, Longmont appreciation rates closely matched the country's remainder. Over the past 12 months, Longmont's appreciation rate has been 2.55%, lower than appreciation rates in many neighborhoods in America. In the most recent quarter, housing data shows that house appreciation rates in Longmont were at 0.58%, compared to a yearly appreciation pace of 2.33%.

Comparative with Colorado, this information shows that Longmont's most recent yearly appreciation rate is lower than 80% of different urban communities and towns in Colorado.

At 31 cases for every 1,000 inhabitants, Longmont's crime percentage is significantly lower than the national average. This rate, coupled with a livability score of 69, makes Longmont 49% better than any other similar neighborhood in the country.