Licensees, including holders of Temporary Practice Permits and owners of ten (10) percent or more of an appraisal management company, are required to provide written notification (self-report) to the Division of Real Estate within 10 calendar days if they have a conviction, plea, or violation.
Reasons for Self-Reporting
- A plea of guilty, a plea of nolo contendere, or a deferred judgment and sentence to any felony or misdemeanor offense, excluding misdemeanor traffic offenses, municipal code violations or petty offenses.
- A disciplinary action was taken against any professional license(s) held by the licensee, excluding the licensee’s Colorado appraisal or appraisal management company credential
- Disciplinary action may include the payment of fines, administrative fees, or restitution; required education; probation; suspension; revocation; relinquishment; censure; practice restrictions or limitations; debarment; required supervision or practice monitoring; or issuance of a consent order, injunction, or a cease-and-desist order.
How to Report a Crime, Plea or Violation on Yourself
Licensees who find themselves needing to report a crime, plea, or violation need to use the Division's online license management system. Log in to the online license management system and follow the steps to report a complaint.
You will file the complaint against yourself, when filing the complaint you will be the complainant and the respondent.