Foreclosure Property Search
The Teller County Public Trustee database information is updated daily and is as current and accurate as is practical, but it is not official. You may use this data at your own risk. If you have any questions about this data please call the Public Trustee's Office at 719-689-2985
Foreclosure documents are public records and are recorded with the Teller County Clerk and Recorder's Office. You may have cured your default or the foreclosure action has otherwise been withdrawn, but the records remain permanently available to the public for viewing.
If the borrower believes that a lender or servicer has violated the requirements for a single point of contact in section 38-38-103.1 or the prohibition on dual tracking in section 38-38-103.2, the borrower may file a complaint with the Colorado Attorney General, the Federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), or both. The filing of a complaint will not stop the foreclosure process.
Colorado Attorney General
Federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
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. House Bill Number 48 known as "AN ACT" was approved by the Colorado General Assembly on March 5, 1894. The "ACT" established the office of the Public Trustee in each county of the State of Colorado which provides a system of checks and balances between the borrower and the lender. All Deeds of Trust given to secure indebtedness on real estate shall name the Public Trustee as trustee who acts as an intermediary between the borrower and lender. Unique among the fifty states in its public trustee/lender relationship, Colorado's foreclosure statutes, as interpreted by the courts, have provided the lienor(s) a process to exercise its rights and remedies, while affording the borrower/owners of the property a fair opportunity to protect his interest in the property. Ample cure rights are afforded the owner of the property being foreclosed and redemption rights to junior lien holder(s) having a recorded interest in the property being foreclosed. To provide a foreclosing party certainty in its remedies - requirements and deadlines must be met by all parties or the owner's and junior lienor's rights will be extinguished.