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Chair - Chris West
Vice Chair - William Boortz
The Conservation Easement Oversight Commission (Commission) gives advice and recommendations to the Colorado Division of Real Estate (Division) on the certification of easement holders and appraisals of conservation easements. The Commision also reviews applications for tax credit certificates and optional preliminary advisory opinions. The Commission is comprised of nine members: three permanent members from state agencies with responsibilities for conservation and six members appointed by the Governor for three-year terms with specific experience requirements. Commission meetings are held at least quarterly and are open to the public.
Please note that the Division has begun conducting compliance reviews of certified conservation easement holders as part of their 2015 certification renewal process.
Learn how to become a certified conservation easement holder in Colorado, renew your certification, download the certification application forms, find the fee schedule, and check out an up-to-date listing of organizations that have applied for certification along with their current status.
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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.