Laws Changed For Short Term Rentals

Under a new law, Colorado landlords must give their short-term tenants 21 days notice before raising the rent or terminating their leases. Before, a lease that ran month-to-month, or spanned up to six months, could be terminated with seven days’ notice from either party. A landlord could also increase rent with only a week’s notice in that span. Housing advocates say the new law provides a more reasonable amount of time for a renter to find another place if they can’t afford a rent hike or if the landlord asks them to leave.

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