Colorado property records contain information pertaining to real property in the state, regardless of whether it has buildings or no structures at all. Such documents are usually referred to as deeds. Deeds have information ranging from the address of the property to the property owner's name and more. If you are considering buying property, perform your due diligence by checking Colorado property records to see if there are any unpaid taxes, foreclosures, liens, or other potential hurdles to clear before making an offer.
Colorado property records are recorded and stored at County Assessors' offices. If you prefer to search for Colorado property records online, you can visit the website for the county where the property is located. However, some Colorado counties do not have websites dedicated to their Assessor's office. When in doubt, use InfoTracer's search engine to find state of Colorado property and tax records.
Colorado property records are considered public records, meaning they are available to the general public and contain a considerable amount of information. As an example, Colorado property records contain data such as:
Look closely at property records in Colorado Springs and the rest of the state and you'll find additional information ranging from disputes pertaining to construction to the number of bathrooms, the number of bedrooms and more. Property records in Colorado also provide information about the buildings on the property and the land itself.
Though Colorado property is increasing in value, especially around Denver Colorado and Boulder, some of the cost of buying a home is made up through the state's affordable property tax. Colorado has surprisingly low property taxes. The state's average property tax rate is a mere 0.49%. The money collected from property taxes pertains to the value of the land as well as the structures on it. The property tax rate is determined by the town assessor.
Colorado recorders' offices have the information you are looking for regarding local properties. Some of the state's top county recorders' offices include:
Denver County Clerk and Recorder
201 W Colfax Ave, Dept 101, Denver, Colorado 80202
8:00am-5:00pm M-F / Recording until 4:30pm
Phone: (720) 865-8400
El Paso County Recorder Main Office
Citizens Service Center - 1675 W Garden of the Gods (West of Centennial), Colorado Springs, Colorado 80907
8:00am - 5:00pm Mon-Fri
Phone: (719) 520-6202
Arapahoe County Clerk and Recorder
County Administration Bldg - 5334 S Prince St, Littleton, Colorado 80120
7:00am to 4:00pm M-F
Phone: (303) 795-4520
Jefferson County Clerk and Recorder
100 Jefferson County Pkwy, Suite 2560 (Admin & Courts Facility), Golden, Colorado 80419
7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Monday - Friday
Phone: (303) 271-8186
Hinsdale County Clerk
317 N Henson St / PO Box 9, Lake City, Colorado 81235
Monday through Friday 7 am to 5:30 pm
Phone: (970) 944-2225
Adams County Clerk & Recorder
4430 S Adams County Pkwy, 1st floor, Suite E2400, Brighton, Colorado 80601
8:00am to 4:30pm M-F / Recording cut-off 1:00pm
Broomfield County City/County Clerk & Recorder
1 DesCombes Dr, Broomfield, Colorado 80020
8:00 to 5:00 M-F
Phone: (303) 464-5819
Larimer County Clerk & Records
200 W Oak St, 1st floor / PO Box 1280, Fort Collins, Colorado 80521 / 80522
8:00 to 5:00 Monday through Friday
Phone: (970) 498-7860
Cheyenne County Clerk & Recorder
51 S First St / PO Box 567, Cheyenne Wells, Colorado 80810
8:00 to 4:00 Monday through Friday
Phone: (719) 767-5685
San Juan County Clerk and Recorder
Courthouse - 1557 Greene St / PO Box 466, Silverton, Colorado 81433
8:00 to 12:00 & 1:00 to 4:00 Mon-Fri
Phone: (970) 387-5671
Colorado County Assessors' offices have information about property owners in Colorado. You can also find out information about Colorado property ownership through InfoTracer's easy to use property records search.
Infotracer's search engine makes it easy to find property information online. You can also find Colorado property information on the web through County Assessors and Recorders' websites though some counties do not have websites.
Colorado property deeds are recorded at the county Clerk and Recorder offices.
If you are looking for information about unclaimed property in Colorado, you can find it at Colorado: Great Colorado Payback - Colorado.gov (findyourunclaimedproperty.com) or click the following link to conduct a search: Colorado: Great Colorado Payback - Colorado.gov (findyourunclaimedproperty.com). You can also conduct a search through InfoTracer to pinpoint unclaimed property.