New HUD Regulations for Assist Animals

by Shannon McCarthy on February 25, 2020

Documentation from the Internet Some websites sell certificates, registrations, and licensing documents for assistance animals to anyone who answers certain questions or participates in a short interview and pays a fee. Under the Fair Housing Act, a housing provider may request reliable documentation when an individual requesting a reasonable accommodation has a disability and disability-related need for an accommodation that are not obvious or otherwise known.35 In HUD’s experience, such documentation from the internet is not, by itself, sufficient to reliably establish that an individual has a non-observable disability or disability-related need for an assistance animal. By contrast, many legitimate, licensed health care professionals deliver services remotely, including over the internet. One reliable form of documentation is a note from a person’s health care professional that confirms a person’s disability and/or need for an animal when the provider has personal knowledge of the individual. 

New HUD Regulations for Assist Animals


Colorado Short Term Rental Ordinance and Checklist

by Shannon McCarthy on October 10, 2018

The link and the documentation below are to educate all owners of the rules and ordinances of a short term rental in the Denver area.


Short Term Rental Ordinance

Short Term Rental Checklist


City and Count Department of Safety

July 18, 2017

Below you will find the link to the Denver City and County letter to owners concerning fire safety inspections. This letter includes information on smoke and carbon monoxide detectors as well as fire extinguishers  required for your home. The second link is the form to be filled out annually by owners and kept as records […]

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Colorado Clean Air Act

May 8, 2017

The Colorado Clean Air Act is an act to help prevent smoking in common areas of buildings Please click on the link to find the general guidelines covered by the Act

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Winter is coming!

September 30, 2015

Winter is coming which means snow and ice. To save your concrete and metal form deterioration, use only ice and snow melt products which do not contain sodium chloride. The sodium chloride will eat through concrete and heighten the rusting process for metals.

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How To Pick The Best HOA Management Company

October 10, 2012

As a Denver HOA Management Company (Capital Hill HOA Management), we are often asked, what are the criteria Home Owners Associations should use for picking a management company. Let’s start with a little bit different tact, what does YOUR HOA need and who can best provide those services for you? A HOA Management Company will […]

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