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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.
Complaints received by the Division of Real Estate are assigned to staff for review. In order to make an accurate assessment of your complaint it is important to provide all requested information. Staff makes no assumption as to the validity of complaints received.
The Division accepts complaints against: Appraisers, Conservation Easement Holders, Homeowners Associations, Mortgage Loan Originators and Real Estate Brokers. The jurisdiction the Division extends only to potential actions where violations of the licensing law and rules are found. The Division has no jurisdiction with regard to civil action claims that you may have against the respondent. You may wish to contact legal counsel for advice on civil actions in the courts. When the investigation is complete, you will be advised by letter of the disposition of your complaint.
File an online Appraiser, Mortgage Loan Originator or Real Estate Broker complaint. (Please note: You must have Internet Explorer version 9 or older for the online complaint portal to work. If you have Internet Explorer version 10, or any other browser, please use the Downloadable PDF Complaint Form below.)
Downloadable Complaint Form (All License Types)
HOA Complaint Form (HOA Complaints)
Your Real Estate Broker, Appraiser and Mortgage Loan Originator license can be renewed online. For all other licenses please visit the applicable licensing section to download the renewal for.
Your Real Estate Broker, Appraiser and Mortgage Loan Originator license can be updated online. For all other licenses please visit the applicable licensing section.
Please follow all instructions on the audit notice. Copies of course certificates should be provided in the manor specified on the audit notice.