Foreclosure Auctions

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The Denver Sheriff Department executes the sale of real estate by court order. All sales are conducted at 10 a.m. on the front steps of the City and County Building located at 1437 Bannock St., Denver, CO 80202.

Please come to any bidding opportunities fully prepared. To make sure you arrive with everything you need, review the below details for programs and services and competitive bidding.

Send all papers for service, payment, and civil processes to the Civil Division address on the Foreclosure Auctions page.

  • Bidders are required to have cash or certified funds in the amount of the plaintiff's initial bid, plus one dollar, at time of sale.
  • The successful bidder will have until 2 p.m. the day of the sale to submit any additional funds to the Denver Sheriff Department Civil Unit.
  • Sales may be cancelled or continued up to the time of sale.
  • Original documents may be viewed at the Denver Sheriff Department Civil Unit. 
  • Certificates of Purchase are executed and recorded no later than five business days after the sale. 
  • Sheriff Confirmation Deeds are executed and recorded, subject to the right of redemption, no earlier than 10 business days and no later than 15 business days after title vests.
  • Certified funds must be payable to the Denver District Court or as indicated in the sales list.
  • Sales in bankruptcy will be removed from the pending sale list.
  • Plaintiff bid numbers will be posted by the end of the business day on Tuesday, the week of the sale.


A Deputy Sheriff Sergeant or staff member, from the Denver Sheriff Department Civil Unit, will be conducting the Sheriff Foreclosure sales. Arguing with the Deputy Sheriff, or any staff member, will not be tolerated. The Deputy Sheriff or staff member may, for good cause, exclude individuals from a sale.

Bidders will be required to register at the time of sale and each bidder will be assigned a bidder number. Oral bids will be taken in the order of the assigned bid numbers. If a bidder passes, that bidder is considered to have withdrawn from the sale.

Any legal objections must be directed to the Denver District Court.

Case No. Plaintiff Address Sale Date Bid Amount
2013C54383 Marshall Recovery, LLC 1378 South Eliot Street  
2020CV032290 Parkfield North Community Association, Inc. 5533 Laredo Way 04/07/2022  
2020CV32501 Granville West Homeowners Association 1699 South Trenton Street #96    
2020CV33442 Cornerstone Homeowners Association 14400 Albrook Dr. #66 02/10/2022  
2021CV30501 Trails at Parkfield Lake Condominium Association 5255 Memphis Street #218 06/16/2022  
2021CV32370 Master Homeowners Association For Green Valley Ranch 21535 East 39th Ave 02/03/2022  
21CV030357 Taxi 2 Condominium Association, Inc 3457 Ringsby Court #311 02/03/2022  
2021CV31365 Edge At Stapleton Homeowners Association 4964 North Valentia Court 03/03/2022  
2020CV034282 Park Washington Condominiums Association 669 Washington Street #302 02/24/2022  
2021CV30927 Parkfield North Community Association Inc. 5539 North Jasper Street 02/24/2022  


PLEASE NOTE: every effort is made to provide accurate information but we cannot guarantee the timeliness, accuracy, or completeness of the information provided.


If the borrower believes that a lender or servicer has violated the requirements for a single point of contact in section 38-38-103.1, or the prohibition on dual tracking in section 38-38-103.2, the borrower may file a complaint with the Colorado Attorney General, the CFPB, or both, but the filing of a complaint will not stop the foreclosure process.

Colorado Attorney General
1300 Broadway, 10th Floor
Denver, CO 80203

Federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
P.O. Box 4503
Iowa City, IA 52244