Asked by: Martin Falomirasked in category: General Last Updated: 11th March, 2020
What is the Colorado Real Estate Commission?
Regarding this, what is the purpose of the Real Estate Commission in Colorado?
The Colorado Real Estate Commission is made of up of five board members who are in charge of enforcing the state's real estate broker license law. The commission enforces the law through the real estate division of the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA).
Subsequently, question is, what is the maximum fine that the real estate commission can impose for a violation of commission rules? The maximum administrative fine is $2,500. This can only be assessed after a hearing by an appointed administrative law judge.
Also to know is, how much does it cost to be a real estate agent in Colorado?
The fixed costs involved in getting a Colorado real estate license include: Broker License Application Fee – $485.00. Broker Examination Fee – $90.00. Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) fingerprint submission fee – $39.50.
Is a seller's property disclosure required in Colorado?
Today the law in most states requires that sellers disclose all known material defects affecting the value or desirability of a property to potential purchasers. In Colorado, the Real Estate Commission has approved a standard seller's property disclosure form, for both residential and vacant land.