Division of Housing (DOH) is committed to providing excellent customer service and technical assistance to our contracted partner agencies. Please contact Katherine Helgerson at 303-864-7845 with topics or suggestions for future trainings.
Webinar Training Series
- W-9 & EFTs Training Handout
- W-9 Form
- W-9 Examples
- Electronic Funds Transfer Form
- EFT Form Guidelines
- Elite Data Entry Screenshot
HQS Training and Testing
HQS PowerPoint training and to take the HQS certification and Lead Based Paint certification tests.
Tools, resources and forms to perform rent reasonableness.
Relevant HUD webcasts.
Valuable Fair Housing links and resources.
View HQS Training. This is a Power Point Presentation. It will take a few moments to load.
Please ensure that the Lead-Based Paint Certificate is submitted with your HQS test. Otherwise, this will delay your HQS Certification.
Take HQS Test:
Please print the test and complete it by hand. Completed tests should be faxed to Michele Forsyth at 303-789-6942 or email@example.com. Please Note: This certification is offered exclusively to DOH’s contracted agencies. If you are not affiliated with a DOH contract agency, your test will be disregarded.
HUD's Lead Based Paint Training
Go to Lead-Based Paint Assessment
Please follow this link and complete HUD’s Lead Based Paint Visual Assessment Training Course. At the end of the training, there is a short test. Upon successful completion of the online training you will have the opportunity to print a certificate of completion.
(NOTE: You must complete the Lead Based Paint training course and test and send the certificate of completion in with the completed HQS test.)
Print out the above handouts and watch the videos in the order they are listed on the document below:
EIV Training Video Links
After you have viewed all of the required videos, please contact Jim Wiegand at 303.864.7853 or firstname.lastname@example.org to request an EIV Login.
For property profile information:
Colorado Assessors Association
DOH Administrative Plan Re: Rent Reasonableness