This option is if you would prefer to handle the day-to-day management of your property but need someone to find a qualified tenant. Bear Paw Stanbro will handle the first 8 items on the list above. After the lease is signed, the funds will be released to the owner. The management is then the responsibility of the owner for the length of the lease.
Bear Paw Stanbro Property Management, Inc. is a family-owned property management company well established in Evergreen and the surrounding areas. Eric Gill and his mother, René, purchased Bear Paw in 1997, and then purchased and merged with Stanbro in 1998. Since then, the company has grown to managing approx. 300 properties. All properties are located in Evergreen, Genesee/Golden, Lookout Mountain, Conifer, Arvada, Wheat Ridge, Morrison and Lakewood and Bailey. We have a long and proven track record in the property management field, take pride in our exceptional service, and look forward to showing you why we are the best.
We advertise and market your property using the following methods:
**All advertising costs are at the property owner’s expense. Bear Paw will collect a $300 advertising deposit upon signing of the management agreement to cover costs. Costs are $45/wk on average. Any balance remaining upon leasing of the property will be returned.
Placing qualified residents in your property is one of the most important goals as your property management company. We are very diligent with our screening for prospective tenants. We encourage you to review our rental application, policies and procedures as provided to each prospective tenant. Our professionally trained staff processes all applications in our office. We obtain a credit report and criminal report for each applicant, contact current and previous landlords for rental references, and verify current employment and income.View More FAQs
John D. Parmalee (1813–1885) came to Colorado in 1860 and settled in Mount Vernon. In 1866, he was granted a charter for a toll road between Morrison and Bradford Junction (Conifer); the Denver and Turkey Creek Toll Road opened in 1870. Parmalee also operated sawmills and shingle mills in the area. He was later commissioned to build a road from Turkey Creek to Bergen Park, along what is known as Parmalee Gulch.
In 1885, Parmalee sold his interest in the toll road to Benjamin F. Eden (1848–1932), who became tollgate keeper from 1877 to 1883. In 1886, Eden sold the road to Jefferson County. Eden bought properties in the northern end of Parmalee Gulch, which became known as Eden Park. In time he acquired more than 1,000 acres (4.0 km2), attracting the interest of developers. With the Panic of 1893 and crash in silver prices, the development foundered and Eden recovered the property. He continued to farm the area, raising cattle, horses, hay, and potatoes. Source From Wikipedia