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Denver Property Management

What sets us apart from other Denver property management companies?

  • Personalized, attentive service with thorough communication.
  • Expert knowledge of the industry and local real estate market. We are active members of NARPM, the National Association of Residential Property Managers.
  • Each Property Manager in our team specializes in one aspect of management, yet we are all trained to help each other out. You can get answers on the phone directly, most of the time.
  • Experience dealing with houses, patio homes, condos and apartments.
  • Established relationships with roughly 100 local service providers of all types.
  • We work 7 days a week to get your place rented!

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Kathryn MacGeraghty » MPM, MRE, GRI, RMP, CNE, Owner / Managing Broker

Kathryn has been selling and managing residential real estate in Denver since 2001. She has training and experience with 1031 property exchanges, remodeling/rehab, financial analysis, and accounting. She is an active member of the National Association of Realtors and the National Association of Residential Property Managers. She served on the board of the Denver Chapter of the NARPM from 2002 to 2013. She has received the MPM and RMP designations from NARPM, plus MRE, GRI, CNE designations from the Realtor associations. She received a Master's degree in Operations Research from UC Berkeley. In the corporate world, her analytic expertise was focused initially in telecommunications, later to economics and direct marketing. She lives in Arvada with her family and menagerie of animals.

Kate Roth » Managing Broker, Treasurer

Kate has ten years experience with property management in the Denver Metro area. She is in charge of the company's operations, including both rental management and sales. She lives in Thornton, and is the hands-on manager for the North & East Denver Metro areas. She is on the Board of Directors, as Secretary, in the Denver Chapter of NARPM and working to attain her RMP designation.

  • National Associations of Realtors (NAR)
  • Denver Metro Association of Realtors (DMAR)
  • National Association of Residential Property Managers (NARPM)

"Our passion is to take care of my clients, including their houses, and objectives, both financial & personal. That includes every-day activities such as finding fabulous tenants, getting gutters cleaned, selling the homes, to the extraordinary, such as disaster mitigation."

Denver Area Information

Denver Property Managers

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