Want to Pass Your Denver Rental License Inspection? Avoid These 3 Mistakes
"Don't Make These Mistakes" Chris Lopez and Andy Rhodes discuss how to pass your Denver rental license inspection
Worried about passing your Denver Rental License inspection? Don’t be! We’re sitting down with inspector Andy Rhodes, who’s completed 3900 inspections already, to talk about the top 3 reasons landlords fail and how to avoid them. Learn how Andy’s company CCI is helping homeowners hit the “easy button” when it comes to passing your inspection.

If you’re a Denver landlord, then you’re probably aware of the new licensing and inspection requirements. These requirements and the approval process can be frustrating, unclear, and may even make you question if you want to quit investing altogether. Today’s guest, Andy Rhodes of Colorado Complete Inspections (CCI), knows all about the program and its headaches. Last year, CCI completed 3900 multifamily unit inspections!  He noticed the issues that were causing the most failures and figured out how CCI can set their customers up for success. Find out everything you need to know to pass your Denver rental inspection and get your license.

Two Learning Options!
  1. Listen to the podcast “#449: Want to Pass Your Denver Rental License Inspection? Avoid These 3 Mistakes” Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast
  2. Read the blog post. Note, the blog is an executive summary. Get the in-depth breakdown from the podcast or video.

There are three main reasons landlords fail their property inspection:

  1. Missing smoke detectors and other fire safety issues 
  2. Not having GFCI outlets in the bathrooms
  3. Not having a pressure release valve for the water heater that pipes into a drain.  

While CCI can’t fix electrical issues, they created a fire safety bundle to help with the biggest point of failure.  When you schedule an inspection with them, you can simply purchase the bundle and they’ll install smoke detectors, fire extinguishers, and everything you’ll need to be up to fire safety code. 

As a Denver landlord, it’s your responsibility to provide a safe living environment for your tenants that meets the city’s baseline requirements.  CCI is a great resource to help you understand and meet these requirements and pass your Denver rental license inspection. 

In This Episode We Covered

  • The history of the licensing program and how it’s been executed so far
  • The basics of how the program works
  • If you’re purchasing a property, why it’s a great idea to hire an inspector who can complete both your home inspection and the rental license inspection
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Chris Lopez
Chris Lopez is a Denver area real estate entrepreneur and investor, as well as the host of Bigger Pockets’ House Hackerz and the Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast.
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