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Can liens be placed on my investment property?
In the State of Colorado, water is a lienable item. Ultimately, it is the homeowner’s responsibility to pay the water and sewer bill unless other legal arrangements have been made via a HOA. We will monitor tenant water use and water bill payments to ensure proper payment of water and sewer bills. Utility companies do not always bill in a timely manner; occasionally you may receive a water bill from a reading that is several months old. In the State of Colorado, HOA may place liens on properties if HOA fees are not paid. Ultimately, it is the homeowner’s responsibility to pay the HOA fees. The homeowner may choose to pay the HOA fees themselves or elect to have Premier Property Management provide this service.