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The CLLC is in Opposition of SB211-173

As SB21-173 is scheduled for debate by the Colorado Senate,it is urgently needed for you to contact your State Senator TODAY and ask them to vote NO on SB21-173. This legislation represents a real threat to Colorado’s housing market, removes the reasonable balance in Colorado’s landlord-tenant laws, and will ultimately hurt the tenants we serve, […]

MEMBERSHIP CALL TO ACTION

The CLLC is strategizing to improve or oppose HB21-1121 HB21-1121 has advanced out of committee and could be on the House floor as early as Monday! Much work has been done to this bill. There is one remaining issue, which we see as a form of rent control. The bill only allows for rent increases […]

Contact Colorado House Members to OPPOSE SB21-173 Regarding Rent Control

URGENT — Please contact Colorado House members today to OPPOSE SB21-173 in regards to Rent Control Members, One of the most radically harmful bills to our industry this legislative session (SB21-173) was scheduled for committee yesterday to be heard by the Senate State, Veterans & Military Affairs Committee scheduled for Tuesday March 16, 2021 at […]

CLLC is Strictly Opposed to Legislation Involving Rent Control

March 10, 2021 Update from the Executive Board Today is a big day! The CLLC along with many property managers and landlords will be giving testimony regarding rent control on new construction through government controlled zoning restrictions. The CLLC is strictly opposed to any legislation involving rent control. Cross your fingers! While this update does […]

CLLC Joins Apartment Association in Opposing HB 21-1117

The Colorado Landlord Legislative Coalition is joining the Apartment Association of Metro Denver in opposing HB 21-1117. This bill authorizes local governments to mandate rent-restricted units on newly constructed or redeveloped housing. There are no limitations on local government requirements, leaving the local government free to impose rent control on all new construction. This bill […]

Contact Colorado House members today to OPPOSE HB21-1121

URGENT — Please contact Colorado House members today to OPPOSE HB21-1121 We have learned that HB21-1121 will be considered in committee Wednesday, March 3. Please take a moment today to express your opposition to this legislation to Colorado House members. If HB21-1121 passes, Colorado will have one of the longest eviction processes in the nation.  […]

Update from the Executive Board Feb 28, 2021

I want to thank everyone who has been involved with the Colorado Landlord Legislative Coalition (CLLC) including the Colorado NARPM Chapters, ICOR, our Membership, the Attorneys on our Advisory Council and the Advisory Council as a whole. We appreciate your advocacy, contributions, and enthusiasm for what is turning out to be a very-very busy and […]

CLLC position on HB21-1121 Jackson/Jodeh

CONCERNING PROTECTIONS FOR RESIDENTIAL TENANTS RELATED TO ACTIONS BY LANDLORDS The Colorado Landlord Legislative Coalition represents single-family and small multi-family landlords in the state of Colorado. This subset of Landlords typically own 1-3 rental properties and are much more vulnerable to industry regulation since they operate on smaller economies of scale. These landlords rent out […]

CLLC position on EVICTION MORATORIUM

The CLLC is an organization that represents 1200 Housing Providers across Colorado. While we are an organization of landlords, we uphold the highest standards of ethics and professionalism ensuring the housing needs of our tenants. Housing providers and tenants need each other and it is an essential partnership we fully recognize and promote. For the […]

Special Session with Colorado Landlord Legislative Coalition 

Rental Property Owners Townhall Special Session with Colorado Landlord Legislative Coalition  Tuesday, January 26th | 6 – 8 pm Agenda: 6:00 pm | Introductions & Opening Remarks   6:10 pm | Year in Review:  Early 2020 | Rent Control & Affordable Housing on Everyone’s Mind March & April 2020 | The early stages of the pandemic […]