Boulder Area Rental Housing Association
BARHA is the premier advocate and information source for residential rental property owners and related business service professionals.
Quote from a new Owner Member:“Wow! I had no idea what a resource this is. Thank you!”
BARHA Vendor Showcase
4/11/19 – Don’t Miss This GREAT Event!
This event has been a HUGE success in the past and is a great way for vendors to showcase their businesses to our owners, property managers and industry partners.
This is a tremendous chance to get in front of numerous prospective customers.
Everyone loves the chance to make great new contacts and see old friends – and to do so in a limited time period rather than standing around all day! We look forward to having your participation. We’ll work hard to make this event fun & successful for all! Contact Jen Crowell, Executive Director, to participate – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here: Membership Directory- VENDORS to view the Vendor Section of our new 2018 Membership Directory
Interest Rate on Tenant Security Deposits Increased to 0.75 percent for 2019
The City of Boulder has calculated the interest rate for tenant security deposits for the 2019 calendar year to be 0.75 percent, up from 0.16 percent. The new rate is effective Sunday, Jan. 1, 2019, and is the highest rate since 2009.
The tenant security deposit interest rate is recalculated each year in accordance with Ordinance 7320, which was adopted on Feb. 17, 2004. The rate is the average of the one-year certificate of deposit from the top three financial institutions in Boulder, based on market share data as of Dec. 15, 2018.
The computation formula of the interest due for residential security deposits in the City of Boulder is: Multiply the entire amount of the security deposit by the appropriate multiplier for that year, divide that number by 12 to obtain a monthly % amount due, and then multiply that monthly number by the number of months the deposit was in the landlord’s possession, including the 30 or 60 days after the end of the lease. The rate in effect at lease signing is in effect for that lease period, until termination or renewal for another period. Month to month leases are considered renewed each month, so the interest rate due will change on the first of every calendar year for month to month leases. If you would like to see the interest rates for the last several years check out our newsletter!