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DORA is dedicated to preserving the integrity of the marketplace and is committed to promoting a fair and competitive business environment in Colorado. Consumer protection is our mission.
Select a profession from the list below to be directed to the homepage of the program responsible for its regulation. You will be able to obtain information on licensing, education requirements, upcoming meetings, regulations and other information specific to the profession.
Below you will find various resources, provided by the Division, to help consumers make important decisions regarding real estate matters.
Select a profession from the list below to access the necessary licensing requirements for obtaining an initial license or renewing an existing license.
Select a profession from the list below to access all the necessary requirements for both qualifying and continuing education.
Below you will find information about the Division of Real Estate and the real estate Boards and Commissions the Division supports.
Below you will find information on how to file a complaint against a licensee.
We accept complaints against: Appraisers, Conservation Easement Holders, Homeowners Associations, Real Estate Brokers, Mortgage Loan Originators and Mortgage Companies that have a Colorado registration. All complaints are reviewed in the order they are received, and processing times may vary due to the volume of complaints received.
Please keep in mind that the Division’s jurisdiction extends only to matters where violations of licensing laws and/or rules have occurred. The Division has no jurisdiction with regard to any civil action claims that you may have against the respondent. Please seek legal counsel for advice on any civil matters.
When a complaint is received by the Division of Real Estate it is assigned to one of our investigative staff to review for violations of Real Estate license law. When our initial review of your complaint is complete, you will be advised, in writing, as to the disposition of your complaint. In order for us to better assess your complaint please refer to the following:
Paper Complaint Process (Appraisers, Mortgage Loan Originator and Real Estate Brokers)
Click Here to download a paper complaint form for:
To file a complaint against an Appraisal Mortgage Company (AMC) use the complaint form below.
Complaints must be submitted via the HOA Complaint Form. Please limit complaints to two pages and provide only relevant attachments and information.
Click here to file a complaint against an HOA.
This office is tasked with collecting and analyzing information on HOA issues and your input through the complaint process is valuable to our office in accomplishing this goal. The HOA Information Office and the Division of Real Estate do not have any investigative or enforcement capabilities to address your complaint.
The HOA Information Office cannot provide legal advice, nor can we mediate or intervene in disputes. The HOA Information and Resource Center will track your complaint, and will report to the Director of the Division of Real Estate regarding the number and types of inquiries and complaints received. If you have a complaint which requires immediate assistance, please contact Gary Kujawski, the HOA Information Officer at (303) 894¿2355. Please be advised that any information you provide in your complaint may not be considered confidential pursuant to the Colorado Open Records Act (CORA).
The office may attempt to contact you if further information or clarification is needed regarding your complaint.
Please contact Tenant Landlord Counseling at 303-237-0230.
The following is a schedule of the Boards and Commissions meeting dates. All meetings will begin at 9:00 a.m. and take place at 1560 Broadway, unless otherwise stated on the agenda. Conservation Easement Oversight Commission meetings start at 10:00 a.m. Please check the agenda or call the Division of Real Estate to confirm the date and location of a meeting.
Agendas are posted 2 weeks prior to a meeting date; minutes are posted the day after they are approved at the next scheduled meeting 2 months later.