Fulton Eviction County Process: CLICK HERE

Eviction Services

Need to evict a tenant? Bad happens. Bad news only gets worse with time.  Act sooner rather than later! We will manage the process for you. Full Evictions can be costly – in terms of time and expenses. We will coordinate and orchestrate the eviction process for you!  And after the eviction, we can then find a new tenant for you or list and sell your home! We work with the Tschetter-Hamrick-Sulzer Law firm that is reportedly the largest “eviction” law firm in the metro area.

Evictions can take anywhere from 3 to 6 weeks.  Cost to complete an eviction include court and legal fees, sheriff fees and mover fees.

Let’s Talk. Contact Me Now!

Eviction costs range from $500.00 to $3,000.00 depending upon the amount of furniture or tenant property that needs to be removed from the home. The timeline below is simply meant to be a helpful guide, and certain time frames may vary depending on each person’s circumstances.



The Three-day Notice informs the tenant they are being asked to leave the property and why. This notice can be given in person or posted on the door of the property, and may be called a Notice to Quit, Notice to Vacate, or Demand for Compliance.

The Summons, Complaint and Answer is found in the F.E.D. This Summons In Forcible Entry and Unlawful Detainer document informs the tenant that there is a court hearing regarding the eviction.

Tenants should always make an effort to attend the court hearing regarding their eviction. If there is a chance to negotiate with your landlord/property manager about time frame for leaving the property and money owed, this is it! At the time of the court date, the Writ of Restitution is issued. This is what allows the Sheriff’s deputy or police officer to evict the tenant of a property. This document MUST be served by the Sheriff/Sheriff’s Deputy before an eviction can take place.

A minimum of 48 hours must pass after the Writ of Restitution is issued before the tenant can be evicted. At the time of the eviction, the tenant will have a limited amount of time…perhaps one or two hours (determined by the sheriff) to remove their belongings from the property. If there are no delays in the eviction process, a tenant could be evicted in as few as 10 days from the time the Three-day Notice is posted.

In Colorado, evictions are handled by the civil division/unit of the county’s Sheriff’s Office or Police Department. Below you’ll find the specific contact information for the civil units of Adams, Arapahoe, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, and Jefferson counties.







Involuntary Move Out Process:

In the event you are required to vacate the property, we ask that you leave the home in a clean state and with no damages and that you call the office to schedule a proper Move Out Inspection. If we do not know you’ve vacated, the house is vulnerable for vandalism.

Below is a detailed explanation of Valor Homes’ eviction process. You will receive a late notice to indicate that we have not received a payment from you. At that time you will need to make contact to establish a planned date for payment and confirm the acceptable amount due at that time.

EVICTION STEP 1 – Tenant will be issued a 10 day letter that will be mailed or emailed. There will be an additional late fee that equals 10% of the rent less the initial $50.00 late fee applied to the tenants account. Tenant has the option of discussing a payment plan.

EVICTION STEP 2 – Tenant will be issued a 3 day letter that will be mailed or emailed.

EVICTION STEP 3- If there is no communication from tenant after receiving 3 day notice, final eviction proceedings begins. A Valor Homes representative will go to the courthouse and file a dispossessory warrant. Once the warrant has been filed but you wish to pay to stay in the home, you must contact Valor Homes to find out how much you will need to pay in order to cancel court. There will be a $100 dispossessory fee applied to tenant account in addition to the filing cost.

EVICTION STEP 4- If tenant does not voluntarily vacate the property or pay agreed upon amount, a trial date will be set by the court in which both a representative from Valor Homes as well as the tenant will be required to attend. If tenant fails to show up for the court date, an order will be placed for a Sheriff to extract tenant belongings from the property.