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Gary Kujawski - HOA Information Officer
Consumer Protection is our Mission
The Center was created in 2010 in response to growing concern regarding homeowners’ associations (HOAs). The Center is managed by the Division of Real Estate (DRE), a division of the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA).
The Center collects information from HOAs via registration and from the inquires and complaints received. The Center also provides information to homeowners, HOA boards, declarants and other interested parties about the rights and responsibilities of HOAs set forth in the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (CCIOA) and other applicable state laws.
The HOA Information and Resource Center page is where you can view consumer publications, reports, statutes, bills, and more.
Attend a forum to learn about the Colorado HOA Information and Resource Center and meet the HOA Information Officer, Gary Kujawski. You will have the opportunity to voice your questions and concerns regarding HOAs. The forum will provide helpful resource materials and discuss rights and obligations of living in an HOA community. Topics and locations change monthly.
In addition to the annual Secretary of State registration, HOAs are required to register annually with the Colorado Division of Real Estate. An HOA that fails to register, renew its registration, or pay the required fee may be precluded from imposing or enforcing a lien for assessments.
Search for a registered HOA or management company.
View the list of currently registered HOAs
The real estate manual contains all statutes, rules and position statements. The annual Real Estate Manual is a useful resource for any licensee.
Visit the Proposed and Revised Rules & Position Statements page to view proposed rules and get information on upcoming rulemaking hearing or download new rules and position statements that were recently adopted.
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