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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 Federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), or both. The filing of a complaint will not stop the foreclosure process.
The following information is provided as a courtesy only. Bid documents have not been reviewed by the Public Trustee to guarantee accuracy.
Absence of a bid letter does not necessarily mean that particular foreclosure is or is not going to auction.
Here's an explanation of what you will find in each of these reports.
Tax sales are conducted by the Treasury Division, and not by the Public Trustee.
In order to participate in the Denver Public Trustee weekly auction, the document below will guide you through the procedures and deadlines to follow.
All participants in Denver's weekly Public Trustee auction are expected to abide by the Code of Conduct described in the document below. Failure to to conform to the Code of Conduct will result in dismissal from the auction and may result in the voiding of a property purchase.
The Bidder Registration Form my be found on the Forms page.
Find out how to purchase properties at the weekly Public Trustee auction
The Office of the Public Trustee holds foreclosure seminars 3 times a year (February, June & October). Flyers with RSVP info are posted on the website 45 days prior to the seminar.
Free seminars: Learn how to purchase a foreclosed property at Denver's Public Trustee auctions, or how to redeem a foreclosed property if you are a lien holder. Earn real estate CE credit. Visit Our News Announcement to Learn More.