Professional Services Can Make Your Relocation Easier

If you are in the midst of a relocation, such as if you are moving because you are taking a job or position in a different city, you might be under a lot of stress. After all, getting used to a new job can be a big enough life change, and having to deal with a household move at the same time can be enough to stress anyone out.

A lot of people try to tackle every aspect of a relocation by themselves. In some cases, this makes sense. However, if you are changing jobs and are moving to a totally different city, it can be helpful to seek professional assistance. Even though you might be worried about the cost of doing so, you’re sure to find it to be worthwhile.

For example, using a professional rental finding service can help you find the perfect apartment or home. There’s a good chance that you don’t know your new area very well, so it can be tough to know where to look for a home. A professional service can help you find the best possible rentals that are within your budget.

You will probably also want to use a professional moving service to help you pack and move your belongings so that you can focus on preparing for your new job. Consider talking to the human resources department at your company; if you’re moving for work, you may be eligible for some type of assistance with your moving expenses.

As you can see, you shouldn’t try to tackle everything on your own when you’re moving to a new place. Instead, try working with a few professionals who can help make the entire process a lot more streamlined and a whole lot less stressful.  

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Pet Friendly Rentals

Pet Friendly Rentals Boulder Colorado

Housing Helpers has the largest source of Pet Friendly Rentals in Boulder Colorado.  Whether you are looking for Pet Friendly Apartments in Boulder Colorado or Pet Friendly Homes and Condos for Rent in Boulder Colorado, give us a call first we have Boulder’s Best Pet Friendly Rentals!

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If you are a pet owner, you might have a tough time finding Pet Friendly Rentals that allow you to bring your furry family members with you. Finding rentals will always be harder when you have pets in the home, but this does not mean that you have to give up on finding a nice place or keeping your four-legged friends, either. Instead, give these tips a try.

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1. Work with Housing Helpers

First of all, it can be tough to find rentals on your own in any situation, but this can be particularly true if you have pets. By using a service like Housing Helpers, you can get assistance in finding  pet friendly rentals that suit your needs in other ways, such as a rental that is in a safe place, that is conveniently located near your job and that provides the amenities that are most important to you.

2. Save Up a Little Extra

Yes, moving is already expensive enough as it is, but it can be even more expensive when you have pets. Not only do you have to worry about any costs to prepare your pet for the move, but you also have to think about the cost of a pet deposit, pet rent and more.

3. Be Prepared to Show Proof

You may have to provide proof of certain things when it comes to your pet, such as a copy of its vaccination record. Make sure that you are willing to provide these things so that you don’t run into any snags when you do finally find a rental.

As you can see, there are steps that you can take to make rental hunting easier when you have pets. Follow these tips and have a little patience, and you should be able to find a great pet friendly rental home for you and Fido.

If you are looking for Pet Friendly Apartments in Boulder Colorado or Pet Friendly Rentals in Boulder Colorado there is no better place to start than Housing Helpers!  Call our leasing office at 303-545-6000 or stop by 6 days a week and our pet friendly Boulder leasing agents will help you!

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4 Ways to Make Your Apartment Feel Like Home

Apartments don’t always feel like home. Many people start out living in an apartment until they get a little older, get married, and move into their own home. They feel like it is a temporary place and it gets treated that way. However, it is really important to make your apartment into a home so that you will be happy to come home every day.

Here are some ways to make your apartment feel more like home.

  • Hang up some pictures or wall art that you love. Pictures and wall art can really spruce up bland walls. They also give you a chance to show off your style and make your apartment feel more like your home.
  • Buy furniture that suits you. Many people start out with very little. They take any hand out that they can get, especially when you are moving out for the first time. However, buy at least one item that will make you feel comfortable. Maybe you need a bed or a comfy couch that you love.
  • Decorate with plants (even if they are fake). Flowers on countertops can really add some character to an apartment, making it feel more lived in.
  • Light candles that you enjoy. Many times when you move into an apartment, it will smell like cleaning products. To add some ambiance and some you into the place, light your favorite candle.

Even if you have lived in your apartment for a while (even months), it is really important to make it feel like home. You can do this but adding some personal touches. You can hang up some pictures or even wall art that suits you. Decorate with some plants and flowers. Light up your favorite candle and relax in your new home.

Are you searching for a new apartment?   Housing Helpers offers a free apartment locator service to help renters locate their perfect apartment.  Call our office at 303-545-6000 to get started.

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Real Estate Tips: 4 Steps to Prep Your House for Sale

When you think about putting up your house for sale, you might think about things like determining the list price and choosing and hiring a real estate agent. Although these things are certainly very important, however, there is one other critical thing that you need to focus on — preparing the house itself. These are a few essential steps that you’ll need to take if you’re wondering how to prep a house for sale.

1. Get Rid of Clutter

First and foremost, you’ll want to get rid of clutter. Not only is this good for ensuring that your home is open house ready, but it’ll also be nice to get rid of unwanted items before you pack and move to your new home. Eliminating as much clutter as possible will help your home look neat, clean and spacious when your realtor shows the house, so donate, sell or throw away as much as possible. If there’s anything left that is making the home look cluttered but that you don’t want to get rid of, consider renting a storage unit for temporary storage until the house is sold.

2. Put Away Personal or Valuable Items

Along with decluttering, you’ll also want to eliminate personal and valuable items from your home. You don’t want to worry about sentimental items or valuable items being broken or stolen when the house is being shown, and you also don’t want the home to look too much like your family’s house when potential buyers are taking a peek. Take down personal family portraits, children’s drawings and artwork and particularly unique items that aren’t universally attractive. Then, consider putting away jewelry, expensive art or decor, breakable items that have sentimental or financial value and other similar items. You can store them in the above-mentioned storage unit if necessary.

3. Clean the Entire House…Thoroughly

Whether you consider yourself to be a slob, a neat freak or something in-between, your home is going to need a good scrubbing. Once you move out a lot of items, you might find dust and dirt that you weren’t aware of. Plus, your home is going to need to be more than just everyday clean when your real estate agent is showing the house. Your friends and relatives might not inspect your closets or your light fixtures when they come over, but potential buyers will. You don’t want the home to look messy or dirty, which could be a big turn-off. Some might even see it as a sign that you and your family have not taken good care of the home in the past, even if this isn’t true.

If you can’t bring yourself to really get scrubbing, if you don’t have enough time to do it, or if you don’t feel confident that you’ll get your home clean enough for an open house on your own, consider hiring a professional cleaning company. It can be well worth the cost when you chalk it up to the expense of selling your home.

4. Stage It

Once your home is decluttered and spotless, you’ll have one more step to take before it will be ready to put on the market — staging it. This can be simple or in-depth, depending on a few things, such as the condition of your home. Staging might involve simply rearranging your existing furniture to make the home look as spacious as possible, or it could involve painting the walls in neutral colors and investing in a few inexpensive decorative items to make it look its best. Your real estate agent can look at your home and talk to you about how to best stage it for the local market.

As you can see, there are a few critical steps to follow if you want to get your home ready for the real estate market. Then, if you need additional help with your relocation, such as finding the perfect home or apartment, and for more real estate tips contact the real estate agents at Housing Helpers.

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Tenant Screening

8 Property Management Tips For Landlords

In the property management world most tenants of rental properties are great. However, experienced landlords know the 80-20 rule which states, 80 percent of all renter issues are from 20 percent of tenants.

Being a good landlord requires plenty of learning to avoid creating even greater issues. Moreover, many landlords become burned-out dealing with the headaches of property management including high-demand, slow-pay renters. Therefore, we are sharing our top 8 property management tips for landlords and rental properties.

1. Complete Screening – Thoroughly vet prospective tenants. Scrutinize their credit history, call their references, and verify their work history. If you do not perform a thorough background check, you are only asking for trouble. Therefore, always use a written rental application and complete a screening. 

2. Don’t Discriminate – The Federal Fair Housing Act prohibits the discrimination of certain protected classes: race, color, national origin, familial status, disability, or sex. Moreover, many localities have their own laws, sometimes adding protection for sexual orientation or gender identity. If you are rejecting an application, ensure you have documentation to prove the issue was credit, employment history, inadequate income, or other legal reason.

3. Use a Solid Lease Agreement – It does no matter if the agreement is a month-to-month or long-term, always use a written contract which identifies the rights and responsibilities of each party. Provide clear details about late payments, repair issues, and your complaint policy. This is important if you need to remove a tenant for not living up to their end of the deal.

4. Properly Handle Security Deposits – Use a fair method for handling security deposits. Document the property condition before a tenant moves into the property and when they leave, and properly document repairs to avoid disputes. Moreover, Colorado limits the time a landlord has to return a security deposit between 1 month to (with written agreement) 60 days.

5. Regularly Inspect Property – The fact is, as the owner of the property, you are likely responsible if an injury occurs because of property issue. Use a monthly smoke detector check as a reason to perform regular “health & safety inspections”. This allows you both to stay on top of needed property repairs and stay in tune with potential tenant behavior issues.

6. Handle Repairs Efficiently– Don’t create ill-will or give tenants a reason to withhold rent by ignoring repairs. You have a legal and moral obligation to maintain and repair your properties. Failing to do so can create hazards and/or legal liabilities.

7. Create Clear Policies – In addition to a well-written rental or lease agreement, have clear policies and provide a copy to your tenants. This will explain how you handle complaints and disputes. Additionally, tenants will understand their responsibilities, like not becoming an annoyance to neighbors.

8. Always Be Professional – Always maintain a professional attitude and demeanor. Never allow problems to get the better of you. If a tenant becomes an issue, have a system in place to deal with it and handle the problem quickly.

What haven’t we covered yet that is important to you? If you would like more property management tips for being a better Landlord and managing your rental properties, or need additional information, please contact us.

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Colorado Real Estate, walkable neighbrohoods

A Guide To The Most Walkable Neighborhoods In Colorado

Walkable neighborhoods aren’t just good for your health, they also build a sense of community. According to Walk Score, people who live in highly walkable areas weigh 6 to 10 pounds less and spend more time doing community activities.

Many Colorado residents are now searching the real estate market for walkable neighborhoods. A residential area is considered walkable if it’s close to shops, restaurants, schools and parks. The more errands you can run without having to use a car, the more walkable it’s considered. It also helps if they’re well connected to urban centers by bike paths and transit lines. 

With 300 days of sunshine a year and views of the snow-capped Rockies, who wouldn’t want to be outside in Colorado as much as possible?

If you’re looking for neighborhoods like this, we’ve got you covered. Here’s a guide to some of the state’s most walkable residential areas:  

Stapleton

The Stapleton community, just 10 minutes north of Denver, was designed for walkability. Built on top of 4,700 acres that once served as the Stapleton Airport, the community was master-planned as a hybrid of classic downtown neighborhoods and modern, energy-efficient construction. The community already has over 22,000 residents and now contains: 

  • 10 neighborhoods
  • 13 schools
  • 50 parks and 47 miles of bike trails
  • 100+ Retail stores
  • 50+ Restaurants
  • Commercial office buildings 

Stapleton is also connected to downtown Denver by a commuter rail and bus line at Central Park, making it easy for residents to use public transportation to get around. 

Click here to see listings for apartments and houses in this area.  

Prospect New Town in Longmont

Located on the eastern edge of Longmont, Prospect New Town has a concept similar to the Stapleton Community, but on a smaller scale. The entirety of the planned neighborhood fits on 80 acres that used to be a tree farm, and is designed so that all residents are within a five-minute walk of the community’s amenities, which include: 

  • Shops
  • Restaurants and cafes
  • Office buildings
  • Swimming pool and parks
  • Free concerts and food truck nights

Prospect is distinct in that it aims to marry a small-town feel with a funky urban vibe. Strolling through the streets of Prospect, you’ll see a mix of modern artists’ lofts and single-family farmhouses. A downside is that outside of its 80 acres, this neighborhood isn’t well-connected to other city centers. You have to drive to reach downtown Longmont, Boulder, or Denver. 

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Whittier in Boulder

Boulder has a number of walkable neighborhoods, but Whittier is one of the best situated. This historic district was established in 1859, and is home to some of the oldest homes in the city. Whittier is on the east side of central Boulder, which puts it right downtown and close to both commercial centers and outdoor spaces.

Apartments and homes in the Whittier neighborhood are within walking distance to: 

  • Pearl Street mall
  • Parks
  • Schools
  • Restaurants
  • Retail stores
  • Boulder Farmer’s Market
  • University of Colorado

Because Whittier is so well positioned, it’s also one of the city’s most desirable neighborhoods. Expect to pay more to live in this highly walkable area.  

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Wash Park in Denver

Washington Park is a popular neighborhood in South Central Denver because of its proximity to restaurants, shops and outdoor spaces. Named for the 161-acre park it surrounds, the neighborhood offers residents the opportunity to enjoy Denver’s green spaces and lakes as well. 

If you live in Washington Park, you’ll get to enjoy being close to: 

  • Cherry Creek 
  • Schools
  • Recreation centers
  • Shopping
  • Restaurants and cafes

While the neighborhood has a nice mix of historic homes and newer builds, the price point can be restrictive as real estate is in high demand. 

Click here to see listings for apartments and houses in Wash Park Denver.  

Olde Town Arvada

Downtown Arvada receives a high walking score compared to the rest of the neighborhoods in the Denver suburb. The historic olde town district is a hub of locally owned businesses, including:

  • Restaurants
  • Retail stores
  • Beauty shops
  • Banks
  • Fitness centers
  • Healthcare facilities

A new commuter rail is being installed in Arvada to make it even more commuter friendly to residents who live in Denver. The good news is, this area remains somewhat of a hidden gem with lower costs compared to some of the other Denver suburbs.

Click here to see listings for apartments and houses in Arvada Colorado

Lowry in Denver

Lowry Field is just 20 minutes east of downtown Denver, making for a quick and easy commute to the city. Some interesting history surrounds this parcel of land. It was an airforce base for more than half a century, and also a summer get-away for President Dwight Eisenhower and First Lady Mamie Eisenhower during the 1950s. Now, however, it’s been redeveloped into a mixed-used community that offers amenities like: 

  • Parks and open space
  • Amphitheaters
  • Golf Course
  • Shops
  • Restaurants
  • Grocery stories
  • A beer Garden

Keep in mind that some neighborhoods in Lowry are more walkable than others. Look in neighborhoods adjacent to the Lowry Town Center District if you want to be within a short walk to the shops, bars and restaurants.

Click here to see our listings for apartments and houses in Lowry’s neighborhoods

Belmar in Lakewood

The Belmar district is a shopping and dining center in downtown Lakewood. It was built in 2004 to revitalize the old town village center, and it’s since grown to occupy 22 blocks in the city. Amenities in this community include:

  • Restaurants and cafes
  • Shops
  • A movie theater
  • A bowling alley 
  • Summer concerts and ice skating rink in winter
  • Art galleries

Residents who live in Lakewood within walking distance of the Belmar district also enjoy easy transportation to downtown Denver, making it a great option for commuters. 

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When it comes to finding the right house and the best neighborhood, there is no substitution for visiting the area to see first-hand if amenities that matter most to you are close by.

For more information on the best neighborhoods in Colorado, contact Housing Helpers at 303.545.6000.

Boulder Property Management Company or Property Owner

When it comes to Boulder rentals, you will often end up dealing with one of two types of landlords – a Boulder property management company that handles everything for the property owner, or the property owner himself or herself.

As a renter, it might seem as if you would be better off dealing directly with the property owner, but this often is not the case at all. These are a few reasons why you might find it better to choose a rental that is managed by a Boulder property management  company instead.

Choose from Multiple Rentals

If you search for a rental through a property management company, there is a chance that the firm will have multiple openings, possibly in different neighborhoods or apartment complexes. This can make it easier for you to find the rental that is right for you.

Work with a Knowledgeable Person

Just because someone owns a rental property does not mean that he or she knows very much about renting properties out to tenants. Some homeowners aren’t really knowledgeable about the landlord and tenant laws, for example, and might violate  them without even meaning to. If you work with a property management firm, however, you will be more likely to work with individuals who know about the rental process.

Take Out the Emotion

In some cases, property owners can be attached to their properties and can be a bit more emotional about the rental process. A property manager, however, will see things more from the business side of things. This can make for a more professional rental experience.

As you can see, it is sometimes better for renters to work with a Boulder property management company when looking for a home or apartment to rent. Luckily, Housing Helpers can assist you if you are currently looking for a rental.  

Give our Housing Helpers Boulder office a call at 303-545-6000 and we can help you find the ideal apartment, condo, or house to rent.  

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Broomfield Apartment Complexes

 

Housing Helpers has the largest selection of Broomfield Apartments For Rent and Broomfield Apartment Complexes listings.   For a complete listing of all Broomfield Apartment Complexes try our detailed Broomfield Apartment Search:  

 

The following is a list of Broomfield Apartment Complexes.  For leasing information including the latest rent rates, move-in specials, and availability please contact our office at Housing Helpers Broomfield Apartment Finders at 303-545-6000.   

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for current rent.

Beds

studio/ efficiency

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 3
Max Cats: 3

Schools

Sheridan Green Elementary
Mandalay Middle School
Standley Lake High School
Front Range Community College

More Info | Property ID: 78879 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for current rent

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Emerald Elementary
Broomfield Heights Middle School
Broomfield High School

More Info | Property ID: 20237 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80020

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 1
Max Cats: 1

Schools

Kohl Elementary
Aspen Creek K-8 (Middle)
Broomfield High School

More Info | Property ID: 12338 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80020

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Emerald Elementary
Broomfield Heights Middle School
Broomfield High School

More Info | Property ID: 14901 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Aspen Creek K-8 (Elementary)
Arvada K-8 (Middle)
Broomfield High School

More Info | Property ID: 74418 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80020

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Emerald Elementary
Broomfield Heights Middle School
Broomfield High School

More Info | Property ID: 14901 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80020

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 1
Max Cats: 1

Schools

Kohl Elementary
Aspen Creek K-8 (Middle)
Broomfield High School

More Info | Property ID: 12338 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Aspen Creek K-8 (Elementary)
Arvada K-8 (Middle)
Broomfield High School

More Info | Property ID: 74418 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Aspen Creek K-8 (Elementary)
Arvada K-8 (Middle)
Broomfield High School

More Info | Property ID: 74418 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

studio/ efficiency

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 3
Max Cats: 3

Schools

Sheridan Green Elementary
Mandalay Middle School
Standley Lake High School
Front Range Community College

More Info | Property ID: 78879 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Emerald Elementary
Broomfield Heights Middle School
Broomfield High School
University of Colorado Boulder

More Info | Property ID: 81183 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Emerald Elementary
Broomfield Heights Middle School
Broomfield High School

More Info | Property ID: 79963 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Semper Elementary
Mandalay Middle School
Standley Lake High School

More Info | Property ID: 69863 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80020

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Emerald Elementary
Broomfield Heights Middle School
Broomfield High School

More Info | Property ID: 14901 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

studio/ efficiency

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 3
Max Cats: 3

Schools

Sheridan Green Elementary
Mandalay Middle School
Standley Lake High School
Front Range Community College

More Info | Property ID: 78879 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Emerald Elementary
Broomfield Heights Middle School
Broomfield High School

More Info | Property ID: 79963 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 3
Max Cats: 3

Schools

Sheridan Green Elementary
Mandalay Middle School
Standley Lake High School
Front Range Community College

More Info | Property ID: 78879 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Emerald Elementary
Broomfield Heights Middle School
Broomfield High School

More Info | Property ID: 14003 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Semper Elementary
Mandalay Middle School
Standley Lake High School

More Info | Property ID: 69863 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Aspen Creek K-8 (Elementary)
Arvada K-8 (Middle)
Broomfield High School

More Info | Property ID: 74418 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80020

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Emerald Elementary
Broomfield Heights Middle School
Broomfield High School

More Info | Property ID: 14901 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Emerald Elementary
Broomfield Heights Middle School
Broomfield High School

More Info | Property ID: 79963 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80020

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Emerald Elementary
Broomfield Heights Middle School
Broomfield High School

More Info | Property ID: 14901 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80020

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Emerald Elementary
Broomfield Heights Middle School
Broomfield High School

More Info | Property ID: 14901 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80020

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Aspen Creek K-8 (Elementary)
Aspen Creek K-8 (Middle)
Broomfield High School

More Info | Property ID: 73319 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80020

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Emerald Elementary
Broomfield Heights Middle School
Broomfield High School

More Info | Property ID: 14901 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80020

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Aspen Creek K-8 (Elementary)
Aspen Creek K-8 (Middle)
Broomfield High School

More Info | Property ID: 73319 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

More Info | Property ID: 14901 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000


 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Emerald Elementary
Broomfield Heights Middle School
Broomfield High School
University of Colorado Boulder

More Info | Property ID: 81183 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Emerald Elementary
Broomfield Heights Middle School
Broomfield High School

More Info | Property ID: 20237 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Semper Elementary
Mandalay Middle School
Standley Lake High School

More Info | Property ID: 69863 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80020

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Aspen Creek K-8 (Elementary)
Aspen Creek K-8 (Middle)
Broomfield High School
University of Colorado Boulder

More Info | Property ID: 81178 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Sheridan Green Elementary
Mandalay Middle School
Standley Lake High School
Front Range Community College

More Info | Property ID: 83840 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Emerald Elementary
Broomfield Heights Middle School
Broomfield High School

More Info | Property ID: 14003 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Emerald Elementary
Broomfield Heights Middle School
Broomfield High School
University of Colorado Boulder

More Info | Property ID: 81183 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 3
Max Cats: 3

Schools

Sheridan Green Elementary
Mandalay Middle School
Standley Lake High School
Front Range Community College

More Info | Property ID: 78879 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Emerald Elementary
Broomfield Heights Middle School
Broomfield High School

More Info | Property ID: 20237 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Sheridan Green Elementary
Mandalay Middle School
Standley Lake High School
Front Range Community College

More Info | Property ID: 83840 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80020

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Emerald Elementary
Broomfield Heights Middle School
Broomfield High School

More Info | Property ID: 14901 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Sheridan Green Elementary
Mandalay Middle School
Standley Lake High School
Front Range Community College

More Info | Property ID: 83840 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Emerald Elementary
Broomfield Heights Middle School
Broomfield High School

More Info | Property ID: 20237 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Emerald Elementary
Broomfield Heights Middle School
Broomfield High School

More Info | Property ID: 79963 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Emerald Elementary
Broomfield Heights Middle School
Broomfield High School

More Info | Property ID: 79963 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80021

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

1 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 2
Max Cats: 2

Schools

Emerald Elementary
Broomfield Heights Middle School
Broomfield High School
University of Colorado Boulder

More Info | Property ID: 81183 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

 

City

BROOMFIELD

Zip Code

80020

Subdivision

Broomfield

Property Type

Apartment

Rent

Call for rent and availability

Beds

2 BR

Baths

1 full bath

Pets

Max Dogs: 1
Max Cats: 1

Schools

Kohl Elementary
Aspen Creek K-8 (Middle)
Broomfield High School

More Info | Property ID: 12338 | Contact Us | Add To Favorites | Call 303-545-6000

Broomfield Apartments

 

Broomfield Apartments in Arista

Luxury Broomfield Apartments For Rent In The Heart Of Arista

Come and see these new absolutely stunning apartments in the Arista neighborhood of Broomfield Colorado.  From your new apartment you will be close to Shopping, Dining, The First Bank Center, Work and So Much More!   Be one of the first to live in this incredible new community. Amenities include, quartz countertops, 42″ cabinets, dog park, dog & bike wash, upgraded dropped lighting, TV wall mount ready, outdoor pool with cabanas and an espresso machine In the club house!

Location: BROOMFIELD

Property #: 78879

Call  303-545-6000
Email a Rental Specialist

 

Property Description

Area:  BROOMFIELD
Zip Code:  80021
Square Feet: 566
Beds: studio/ efficiency
Property Features: Air Conditioning,Business Center,Clubhouse,Exercise Facility,Hiking/Biking Trails Nearby,Jacuzzi/Hot Tub,Main level bedroom,Mountain View,Outdoor Pool,Patio/Deck,Garage,Hardwood Floors,Washer/Dryer included,Wheelchair Accessible
Pets: Up to 3 dogs, up to 3 cats. Three Pets Total Allowed $400 Pet Fee for one, $700 for 2 $900 for 3 – non refundable And $30/pet for pet rent
Parking: Parking Lot Garage Parking Available. Right On Busline
Laundry: Full Size W/D inc.
Utilities: Type of heat – Gas. Resident Pays All.
Schools: Sheridan Green Elementary
Mandalay Middle School
Standley Lake High School
Lease Info: 3 Month – 12 Month
Rent: Please call for current pricing and availability  303-545-6000
Contact:

Housing Helpers 303-545-6000

Housing Helpers has a large selection of Broomfield Apartments for rent and our Broomfield Apartment finder service can help you locate the perfect Broomfield Apartment rental from the hundreds of choices.  We are constantly updating our database to include the latest move in specials, availability, and rental rates.

Contact our office today and speak with one of our Broomfield apartment rental specialists and let us save you time and money on your Broomfield apartment search!  Call 303-545-6000.

Broomfield Apartments

The 5 Stages of searching for Boulder Apartments

Boulder is often at the top of the list of Colorado cities that consistently rank among the best places to live in the United States. With world-class hiking, skiing and schools at its doorstep, it’s obvious why people are eager to move to Boulder. 

However, the buzz around Boulder has put a crunch on the real estate market. Thousands of people are flocking to the Boulder area to capitalize on the outdoor sports, growing tech market, and good vibes. And as the population rises, so do rent costs.

The Colorado Rental Price Monitor estimated that rent prices in Colorado increased 6 percent between 2014 and 2015, and they continue to climb. 

The five stages of Boulder apartment hunting are all too real for anyone who has come to Boulder seeking an affordable rental downtown:

1. Optimism

You’re moving to Boulder, Colorado! You imagine yourself living next to the Flatirons, biking to work or school in the mile-high sunshine. There will be nights spent strolling  Pearl Street. You’ll run along Boulder Creek Path and drive up to the mountains every weekend to get the most out of your ski pass. 

2. Shock

Then you start searching for Boulder apartments, and there’s major sticker shock. That downtown house you were imagining is going to run you over $1,000 a month – just for a single bedroom. 

3. Disbelief

You start to search farther and wider for more listings, certain there is something you’ve missed. But, as it turns out, the average apartment rent in downtown Boulder and the surrounding neighborhoods is over $1,300 a month. 

4. Grief

Finally, you understand that your dream apartment on Folsom is out of reach at the price range you estimated. Those visions of a bungalow on Pearl Street within walking distance to the bars fade. They are replaced with images of roommates, extra shifts, or taking the bus to and from campus. 

5. Acceptance

Although you may not end up in your dream place this year, there is always next year. In the meantime, you can increase your rent budget and pay to live in a great location, find other people to live with, or expand your search to include different areas or housing types.

The best thing you can do when searching for Boulder apartments is to find a trustworthy rental partner like Housing Helpers who can help you navigate Boulder’s housing market. Housing Helpers can give you tips about the best time to start your search, neighborhoods that are within your budget and even connect you with other people seeking roommates. 

For now, the Boulder rental market shows no signs of slowing. This means Boulder renters will need to become even more competitive in their searches for housing in 2016 and beyond.

Boulder Apartments