What the HOA Center Does
- Provides information to homeowners regarding their basic rights and responsibilities under the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act “CCIOA”.
- Gathers, analyzes, and reports information through complaints and HOA registrations.
- Creates resource materials.
- Provides education and forums.
- Provides a website with information for the public.
- Registers HOAs pursuant to §38-33.3-401(1) C.R.S.
- Provides an Annual Report to the Legislature.
What the HOA Center Does Not Do
- Act as a regulatory program.
- Does not mediate/arbitrate.
- Cannot provide legal advice.
- Does not act as an advocate.
- Cannot assess fines or penalties.
- Does not enforce an HOA’s failure to register.
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Who we are
Geoffrey Salant - HOA Information Officer
Originally from Connecticut, Geoffrey lived in Florida for much of his youth. He graduated from the University of Central Florida in 2010 with a degree in Political Science and went on to earn his J.D. from Florida A&M University College of Law in 2013. After gaining experience in regulatory compliance as a staff attorney with a national mortgage company, Geoffrey decided to pursue a career in public service and moved to Colorado in 2017. He joined DORA as an Investigator for the Community Association Manager Program with the Division of Real Estate. When he’s not educating Colorado consumers on the different aspects of living in and governing an HOA, he enjoys working on home improvement projects and hiking with his wife and dog.
Amanda Lopez - HOA Program Assistant
Born and raised in Denver Colorado, Amanda began her career in regulatory compliance while working for the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy & Financing (HCPF) where she audited and investigated Medicaid complaints, eligibility, and fraud. Having enjoyed her experience working for a state agency, Amanda decided to further her career in state government and began working for the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) where she found her home in the Division of Real Estate’s HOA office. When she isn’t assisting consumers with HOA registrations and renewals, she enjoys hanging out with her son, and playing softball 4 days a week, taking advantage of every beautiful Colorado day.
As mandated by C.R.S. 12-10-801(3)(c), the HOA Information Center tracks inquiries and complaints and writes a report, on an annual basis, regarding the number and types of inquiries and complaints received.
You can either call our front desk at (303) 894-2166 or contact the HOA officer Geoff Salant via email (firstname.lastname@example.org). The HOA office will respond to all inquiries within two business days.
Frequently Asked Questions for HOA Homeowners, Board members, and Other Interested Parties
As mandated by C.R.S. 12-10-801(3)(a)(IV), the HOA Information Center has compiled a list of "Frequently Asked Questions" and answers for homeowners, board members, and other interested parties, regarding living in and governing a common interest community. This is not an exhaustive list of every issue or concern that someone may encounter while living in or governing an HOA. It is intended to provide basic information regarding the rights and responsibilities of living in and governing an HOA, as provided by the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act and the Colorado Revised Nonprofit Act. The answers provided are not intended to impart legal advice and any legal questions should be asked of a licensed attorney.