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The Real Estate Commission has placed a two year moratorium on any changes to the real estate forms with the exception of any required legislative changes that may occur. If there are no legislative changes any new changes to the forms will not be effective until January 1, 2016. During this two year pause the Commission and Forms Committee will explore ways to simplify the real estate forms to make them easier to use and understand. Keep checking this webpage for updates on this process.
Real estate brokers are required to use Commission approved contracts and forms as appropriate to a transaction or circumstance.
If a real estate broker is a party to a transaction (e.g., listing contract, or a purchase and sale contract and broker is acting as a principal), such broker may engage counsel to prepare a form for the transaction so long as the form conspicuously states the form is not a Commission-approved form.If a real estate broker uses an attorney-prepared form as provided in Rule F-7, such broker shall continue to be responsible to make all required disclosures to all parties under applicable laws, rules and regulations governing real estate brokers. Other forms used by a broker shall not be prepared by a broker, unless otherwise permitted by law.
Click on the appropriate section below to view individual contracts and forms. Archived 2013 Contract forms can be found here. Please do not use 2013 contracts for any transaction started in 2014.
The Contract and Forms Committee is interested in any suggestions of improvement for the Colorado Real Estate Contracts and Forms. If you would like to suggest changes to improve any of the Colorado Division of Real Estate Contracts and Forms click on the suggestion form below.
Note: You must have the free Acrobat Reader software 7.0 or above to view and print these Adobe Acrobat formatted forms. The forms are in PDF format and can be converted into writable documents by various venders who specialize in electronic forms, or you may convert these contracts to writable forms using the appropriate PDF editing software.