All County Property Management of Boulder Ranked #1 in BizWest Mercury 100 List of Fastest-Growing Private Companies- Press Release

All County Boulder Property Management was honored with first place at the Boulder Valley Mercury 100 Awards Ceremony.


The property management company, All-County Boulder Property Management ranked number one in the Mercury 100 Fastest-Growing Private Companies — Flight V list with a 328% revenue growth between 2013-2015. A ceremony took place at Lionsgate Center in Lafayette, Colorado to honor all of the companies that made the list. Business owner Simon Heart accepted the first place award on behalf of All County Boulder Property Management. “We have been focused on building a great team and providing top quality service for our property owners,” Heart said. “Our team is honored to be recognized as a leader among so many other successful companies in Boulder County.”

We have been focused on building a great team and providing top quality service for our property owners,” Heart said. “Our team is honored to be recognized as a leader among so many other successful companies in Boulder County.”

The Mercury 100 list of the fastest-growing private companies in the Boulder Valley is compiled by BizWest, a multimedia publishing company that provides comprehensive reporting of business news in the Boulder Valley and Northern Colorado. Researchers at BizWest used surveys, reports by economic-development agencies, news accounts and other sources to generate the list.

About All County Boulder Property Management
All County Boulder Property Management is an independently owned and operated company and one of 45 All County franchise locations in the United States. All County Boulder offers unparalleled rental property management services in Boulder, Erie, Lafayette, Longmont, Louisville, Lyons, Niwot, Superior, and the surrounding unincorporated areas of Boulder County.
For more information about All County Boulder Property Management, visit

About BizWest
BizWest Media LLC provides comprehensive coverage of business news, industry data and the economy through print and online publications, including BizWest, covering the Boulder Valley and Northern Colorado, and the Wyoming Business Report. Industries covered include aerospace, agribusiness, banking, clean tech, energy, green business, health care, high technology, hospitality, real estate, and telecommunications. BizWest Media also publishes a variety of special publications, including directories of medical, technology, construction, nonprofit and other industries. Learn more by visiting.


Celebrations! If you look up celebrations for any day on the calendar you can find something from the silly to the serious. This month there are days such as National Awkward Moments Day(18th), National Common Courtesy Day(21st), National Medal of Honor Day(25th), and World Backup Day(31st). This week many of us, even though not Irish, will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Here at All County Boulder Property Management, this week (March 20th) we are celebrating 2+ years serving all of Boulder County and joining the Longmont Chamber of Commerce!!

In the last 2 years, we have built a team that is honest, fair, and hardworking to serve all of our clients’ needs. We appreciate our owners who have placed their investment in our hands, real estate agent contacts who have made referrals to us, and our vendors who have helped us maintain and repair properties in our care. We pride ourselves on doing due diligence in finding good tenants for each property through extensive marketing, tenant screening, and lease negotiation.

As part of the Boulder County Community, we welcome you to join us in celebrating our 2+ years and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony joining the Longmont Chamber of Commerce at Rosalee’s Pizzeria on Friday, March 20 3-5pm (461 Main Street, Longmont 80501). We wish to invite all who have helped us become the thriving property management company we are today!!

Real estate investing in Boulder, Colorado

Real estate investing in Boulder, Colorado offers plenty of opportunities if it is done right. All across the United States, more and more people are choosing to rent, and more people are choosing to rent in Colorado every day. Nevertheless, there is some advice that is simply universal, and “The ABC’s of Real Estate Investing,” by Ken McElroy. In his book, McElroy offers up sound advice that you can apply to real estate investing in Boulder, Colorado, or most anywhere, for that matter.

There are 10 fundamental imperatives that should be a follow if you’re to find success in real estate investing. At All County Boulder Property Management, our approach to business aligns perfectly with McElroy’s fundamentals. Our property management professionals know that real estate investing in Boulder, Colorado is a powerful tool for building wealth, for gaining freedom, and for providing for your community. If you’ve recently made the decision to take on real estate investing, uphold the following 10 principals and success will soon follow.

1. A Goal Not Written Down Is A Wish
As an investment property owner, having and sharing your investment goals regarding property, return and long term strategy will create the path to it to become a reality.

2. It Takes A Team
Assembling a strong partnership and service team is essential for successful property management.

3. Do Research
Up to date research that includes information on the rental market is essential to maintain an investment edge.

4. Market Focus
Knowing the area market intimately provides specific and unique information about rental areas.

5. Property Ownership Is A Business
When investing in property, it cannot be bought and forgotten; it must be managed.

6. Experts Are Important
Using property managers to focus on your investment properties ensures that your investment is being taken care of even when you are not there.

7. Know And Understand Your Finances
Detailed financial reports that verify income and expenses are needed to keep owners in the know about all financial dealings and must include year-end reports for taxes.

8. Commit To Purchase
If the finances and numbers work, then commit to the purchase.

9. Do Due Diligence
Complete a thorough inspection of the property, perform a thorough background, credit, and previous landlord referrals of possible tenants. Comply with all local and Fair Housing laws.

10. Property Planning Make sure regular maintenance is scheduled (furnace inspections, sprinkler blowouts, etc.) and that anything done to the property is adding value.

For more information on gaining a competitive edge in real estate investing in Boulder, Colorado,
call (720) 428-2100 and ask to speak with an All-County Boulder property manager.

Are you and your home an energy hog?!?

This is the perfect time of year to check on some money saving and energy saving items. These small steps to change your habits add up to big savings!!

• Set thermostat to 68-70 degrees during the day and 65-68 degrees at night.
• Lower your thermostat to 60 degrees when you’re out of the house).
• Turn off the water while doing dishes and showering, in between soaping up.
• Make sure all HVAC vents are clean and clear of and any blockages (furniture, paper, etc.)
• Run full loads of dishes and laundry.
• Turn dishwasher off after wash mode and let air dry.
• Use dryer to dry back-to-back, less energy to heat up and avoid over-drying.
• Replace light bulbs with CFLs (Compact Fluorescent Bulbs).
• Turn off lights when not in use.
• Switch ceiling fan to clockwise and run on low to circulate warm air.
• Heat home with passive solar by opening the blinds dua ring day.
• Use toaster oven and microwave to reheat food.
• Set refrigerator to 30-42 degrees. Use Power saver switch if there is one.
• Clean refrigerator coils.
• Keep freezer full.
• Match pot size to the burner.
• Plug electronics into power strips and turn off.
• Set computer to sleep or off when not in use, instead of a screen saver.
• Unplug battery chargers when charging is complete.

We are Thankful!!!

During this time of year, we are reflecting on all that we are thankful for and the cornucopia of blessings that we have here at All County Boulder. To our Property Owners, we thank you for your trust in us to manage and take care of your properties. And to our Tenants, thank you for being dependable and conscious customers. We are ever grateful to our Vendors, who are ready to help, day or night, with the care and maintenance of all our properties. To our Real Estate Agent contacts, we thank you for your continued faith in us, and the referrals which put our name out there. We are thankful for the wonderful place that we live and work, here in Boulder County, and for all the snow landing in the nearby mountains for winter fun! We are thankful for continued good news on the flood recovery and look forward to driving up to Flagstaff Road once again. Most of all, we are thankful for being part of this wonderful Boulder community, and warmly wish you all a Happy and Safe Thanksgiving.