Highlands Ranch Colorado has over thirty thousand homes and more than six thousand are rentals.

According to USA.com, around 324 are currently unoccupied rentals. This means that renting your home in Highlands Ranch is a great investment property opportunity because supply is low and demand is high.

According to Zillow, there are only about FIFTY homes currently available to rent.

If you already have a home for rent in Highlands Ranch, you might want to give us a call at 720 989 1996, and see if you could be renting it out for a much higher rate.

Once we become the property management service for your rental property, you can relax as we take care of all the logistical issues of renting your home.

We Make Sure Code Violations Are A Thing Of The Past.

We also make sure that your Highlands Ranch rental home tenants maintain your home properly.

Still not convinced we are the best property management service? Read through our Property Management FAQs for Tenants and Property Owners.

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We would love to assess your rental home in Highlands Ranch

and let you know what the true value is and then manage your property and grow your rental home investment in Colorado.

Like so many parts of the Colorado Front Range, the first true residents of the Highlands Ranch area were Native Americans. This area was populated by a number of tribes, including the Ute, Cheyenne and Arapaho.

Highlands Ranch was in the Louisiana Purchase when it was sold to the United States in 1803, but due to lack of water resources in the area there was not a rush to make settlement.

Much of the Denver Metro Area began to be settled as ranch land starting in 1859, but Highlands Ranch area, was not permanently settled until around 1870.

Highlands Ranch remained a series of farms and ranches and open land, with many of the residents  going to visit the town of Littleton, when they needed to purchase clothing, supplies, or other items.

As a suburb of Denver, Highlands Ranch is part of both the greater Denver Metro area, as well as a part of the Front Range. It borders several other Denver suburbs including Littleton and Centennial to the north and Acres Green and Lone Tree to the east. To the west Highlands Ranch borders Chatfield reservoir.

The first homes in Highlands Ranch were built in and around 1981, most near South Broadway, and over the next 25 years, the population of Highlands Ranch increased substantially.

Highlands Ranch celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2006, reporting a population of 86,000 residents. As of the 2010 census, there were 96,713 people, 34,054 households, and 26,535 families residing in the CDP.

With the increase of houses, neighborhoods, and people come new opportunities for growth. If you or someone you know has an investment property or if you need a rental property, please call 720.989.1996 or contact us.