Posted in: Property Investment | August 8, 2018
In case you haven’t heard, Fort Collins Utilities is in the process of making big changes to how energy bills will be calculated and assessed, starting in October 2018. The utility company will be employing a new residential rate structure that will be charging homeowners and tenants of rental properties different amounts for the energy based on when said energy is used. This means users will pay more for energy if it’s used during peak hours and less if the energy is used during non-peak hours. If you’re an investment property owner in Northern Colorado, now is the time to consider energy monitoring for landlords, because other utility companies may soon follow suit. It’s the perfect solution for rental properties in Northern Colorado as these changes begin to take place.