Landlord/Property Management Resources

Colorado Department of Local Affairs Division of Housing: Up to $19.65M in federal CARES Act funding for emergency rental assistance is now available to property owners on behalf of their tenants through the Colorado Department of Local Affairs (DOLA) Division of Housing (DOH). In addition, the division awarded $3.27M through the Colorado State Housing Board (SHB) for affordable housing in July. Applications are now open for landlords to apply for the Property Owner Preservation (POP) program on behalf of their residents impacted by COVID-19, which resides alongside the Emergency Housing Assistance Program (EHAP) for renters on the DOH website.
National Apartment Association Issues Guidance to Stem the Spread of Coronavirus: The National Apartment Association is implementing protocols for property owners and managers to follow in response to the spread of the coronavirus.
Preguntas frecuentes para inquilinos y arrendadores: DESALOJOS, EJECUCIONES HIPOTECARIAS, PAGOS DE RENTA E HIPOTECA
Recommendation to Halt Evictions, Waive Late Fees Through April: The Colorado Apartment Association (CAA) is advising its members to waive all late fees and pause evictions through the month of April, according to a list of recommendations the industry group released. The list of recommended steps was created by the CAA's COVID-19 task force, which is comprised of representatives from 45 medium and large housing communities and housing providers throughout Colorado. The recommendations are intended to last through the end of April, although experts remain unsure how long the economic ripple effects of the pandemic will last.
Template: Acuerdo Modelo de Pago
Template: Model Notification of Federal Protections For Covered Properties without CARES Act Authorized Forbearance
Template: Model Repayment Agreement
What Should Landlords Do About COVID-19?: The Colorado Apartment Association released guidance for landlords grappling with tenants who have been impacted by the novel coronavirus pandemic.