A Colorado month-to-month rental agreement is a short-term contract between a landlord and tenant. Unlike fixed-term leases, this agreement automatically renews on a monthly basis, providing flexibility for both parties.
Either the landlord or tenant can end the lease with proper notice. The agreement outlines key terms such as rent amount, due date, responsibilities, and other conditions governing the rental arrangement, adhering to Colorado’s tenant-landlord laws.
Minimum Termination Period: In Colorado, termination notice for a month-to-month lease requires: 91 days for tenancies of one year or more; 28 days for six months to a year; 21 days for one to six months; three days for one week to one month (or tenancy at will); and a day’s notice for less than a week.