Once you determine that you must use the Foreclosure Protection Act version of the Colorado Contract (see: Must I Use Colorado Foreclosure Protection Act form for the sale of all CO foreclosure property?) watch this video to learn how to complete the form.
Introduction. For many Americans the dream of owning a second home or investment property is just that, a dream. Dramatic increases in property values paired with recent interest rate hikes have made it more difficult than ever to make that dream a reality. These factors have caused not only families, but also investors, to find … Continue Reading
In Colorado, a real estate investor can purchase a lien on delinquent real estate taxes. Upon the satisfaction of certain conditions, the investor can apply for a treasurer’s deed to take title to the subject property. A prior article explains title companies generally will not insure title based on a treasurer’s deed, but that a … Continue Reading
Watch this video to learn the how to cope with a fire, flood, hail storm or other calamity that occurs before closing, but after the Inspection Resolution Deadline.
In its 2023 legislative session, the Colorado General Assembly passed several bills that impact relationships between residential landlords and tenants. Governor Polis subsequently signed many (but not all) of these bills into law. Some of these new laws may require updates to residential lease agreement templates. Others may not require direct changes to lease agreements … Continue Reading
The video encourages you to review the Colorado Division of Real Estate’s flow chart describing when to use the Colorado Foreclosure Protection Act Contract here. If you come to the same answer with the Division’s flow chart and the information in this video, then you are probably right. If you produce different answers, you should … Continue Reading
The answer depends on the situation. Regardless of whether the listing broker must disclose, there are situations in which it may be in the seller’s best interest to disclose. Learn how to distinguish between situations when you should disclose versus situations when you need not disclose.
Side agreements for personal property can be fraudulent. Learn how to avoid fraudulent side agreements for personal property.
Under Colorado law, sellers are obligated to disclose known adverse material facts about their Property. This obligation is outlined in the Buy Sell Residential Contract, specifically, Section 10. The Sellers must also complete a Seller’s Property Disclosure Form when listing the Property for sale. This obligation of disclosure has also been reiterated by the Colorado … Continue Reading
Builders are currently reporting a shortage in adequate labor to help build new homes for their customers. There are also reported delays in getting some materials. The Superior, Louisville and Marshall areas are also starting to rebuild homes burned down by the Marshall fire putting another strain on the current new build market. Some construction … Continue Reading