Real Estate in Colorado

Colorado was previously known to be a "buyer beware" state when it came to disclosures about residential properties at the time of sale. But in recent years, Colorado has changed its disclosure laws to become some of the most specific and strict in the country. A seller must now disclose information such as whether the property had ever been used for the manufacture of illegal drugs, the tax district the property is located in, where the home gets its drinking water from and any municipal projects that have been proposed that could affect the property in the future.

Colorado is proud of its natural beauty, and that pride shows up in residential sales disclosures in the form of listing any mineral rights that the owner or other entities may have to the property. The state of Colorado also requires a unique disclosure called the Green Disclosure Form. With this form, the seller must reveal any alternative energy sources attached to or used by the home. This is a form that must be filled out by the actual seller and not the real estate agent.

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Residential and Commercial Real Estate Agencies and Associations in Colorado

Colorado Association of Realtors, Inc.
Address: Colorado Association of Realtors, Inc.
309 Inverness Way South
Englewood, CO 80112-5818
Office Phone Number: (303) 790-7099
Toll-Free Number: (800) 944-6550
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Aurora Association of Realtors, Inc.
Address: Aurora Association of Realtors, Inc.
14201 E Evans Drive
Aurora, CO 80014
Office Phone Number: (303) 369-5549
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Boulder Area Realtors Association
Address: Boulder Area Realtors Association
4790 Table Mesa Drivev Suite 200v Boulder, CO 80305
Office Phone Number: (303) 442-3585
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