The HOA Information and Resource Center and the Division of Real Estate do not have any investigative or enforcement capabilities to address your HOA complaint.
- We record your issues and matters of concern into a statistical database, which is later compiled into an annual report.
- The HOA Officer will make every effort to contact you regarding your complaint if further information or clarification is needed, as well as provide you with possible resources that may assist.
- Be advised that any information you provide in your complaint may not be considered confidential pursuant to the Colorado Open Records Act (CORA).
Handling HOA Disputes
Most homeowners want to know where their money is going; air a grievance about the management company; or are concerned about an increase in assessments. Repeatedly, the situation unnecessarily escalates because the homeowner, board or manager fails to communicate in an appropriate and timely manner. Learn about the ways hoa homeowners can handle disputes.
The HOA Center has compiled a list of Colorado legal resources for consumers who may have difficulty obtaining legal assistance through traditional means. Please contact the individual service provider for information on eligibility and available services.