Resource Guide | Attorney General - State of Colorado
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Real Estate Brokers Mortgage and Foreclosure

Real estate brokers are regulated by the Division of Real Estate within the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA).  Further information about real estate brokers along with broker registration, licensing, and disciplinary history can be obtained from:

Deceptive practices by real estate brokers may also violate the Colorado Consumer Protection Act (CCPA).  If you believe you have been victimized by a real estate broker or if you wish to report suspicious activity, file a report.

If you desire a legal opinion or representation relating to your specific situation, we recommend contacting a private attorney or one of the services that provide legal assistance through the local bar association and/or other legal entities.

 

Foreclosures Mortgage and Foreclosure

The best resource available to consumers facing foreclosure is the Colorado Foreclosure Hotline, which can be reached at 1-877-601-HOPE (4673). Homeowners who contact the Colorado Foreclosure Hotline to receive assistance stand a much better chance of saving their home than those who go it alone.

The hotline is an immediate resource that distressed borrowers can call to receive free counseling from nonprofit, HUD-approved housing counselors. The counselors not only assist those facing foreclosure but also assist homeowners attempting to negotiate loan modifications or refinancing from their lender.

If you believe you have been a victim of mortgage fraud or wish to report suspicious activity, please file a report here.

If you desire a legal opinion or representation relating to your specific situation, we recommend contacting a private attorney or one of the services that provide legal assistance through the local bar association and/or other legal entities.

Real Estate Appraisers Mortgage and Foreclosure

Real estate appraisers are regulated by the Division of Real Estate within the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA).  Further information about real estate appraisers along with appraiser registration, licensing, and disciplinary history can be obtained from:

Deceptive practices by real estate appraisers may also violate the Colorado Consumer Protection Act (CCPA).  If you believe you have been victimized by a real estate appraiser, file a report. 

If you desire a legal opinion or representation relating to your specific situation, we recommend contacting a private attorney or one of the services that provide legal assistance through the local bar association and/or other legal entities.

Mortgage Loan Originators Mortgage and Foreclosure

Mortgage loan originators are regulated by the Division of Real Estate within the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA).  Further information about mortgage loan originators along with originator registration, licensing, and disciplinary history can be obtained from:

Deceptive practices by mortgage loan originators may also violate the Colorado Consumer Protection Act (CCPA).  If you believe you have been victimized by a mortgage loan originator, file a report. 

If you desire a legal opinion or representation relating to your specific situation, we recommend contacting a private attorney or one of the services that provide legal assistance through the local bar association and/or other legal entities.