2014 Budget Proposal
The Mission of the Boulder County Public Trustee's Office
The mission of the Boulder County Public Trustee's Office is to administer foreclosure proceedings for properties located in Boulder County and the release of Deeds of Trust for properties located in Boulder County. The Public Trustee’s Office is a statutory mediator in the Colorado foreclosure process. The Public Trustee and his professional staff are dedicated to fairness for all parties in the foreclosure process.
Serving Homeowners Facing Foreclosure
The Public Trustee and his professional staff are dedicated to serving the public interest and homeowners facing foreclosure. We can not give legal advice, real estate advice, or financial advice. We do insure the fair treatment, under law, of homeowners facing the considerable pressures and demands of a foreclosure.
NOTICE TO AN OWNER IN FORECLOSURE: If your property goes to foreclosure auction sale and is purchased for more than the total owed to the lender and to all other lien holders, please contact the Public Trustee's Office after the sale because you may have funds due to you.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS: The office has finalized, or confirmed, various policies concerning bidding and junior bidders. Please read the document listed
Housing & Financial Counseling services are available at no cost through Boulder County Housing & Human Services. Their HUD Certified Counselors represent an extraordinary resource to homeowners facing foreclosure. They can help you understand your options and create a plan for reaching a solution. They can be reached by calling: 720-564-2279, emailing: email@example.com, or going to their website: www.bouldercountyhc.org
Other Participants in the Foreclosure Process
Lenders, attorneys representing lenders, and persons interested in bidding at scheduled foreclosure sales are the other participants in the Colorado foreclosure process.