Search features give public access to info and data on all Denver foreclosures
(Denver) – For the first time, comprehensive foreclosure information in the City and County of Denver is now available for viewing online. The new Denver e-Foreclosure Search will allow the public to view all information and all associated documents in the Denver Clerk and Recorder’s Public Trustee database.
Built in-house by the city’s Technology Services Department, the Denver e-Foreclosure Search is easy to use and allows users to look up foreclosures by owner name, address, street, neighborhood, date ranges, scheduled auction date, lender, amount owed, and a number other criteria.
When a list of search results is returned, results can be sorted on any data column in the list. Clicking on a particular property will bring up all information about that property, including status, all details known about the foreclosure, all documents associated with it, and a map showing where the property is located.
“This new online service represents a big leap forward in the amount of information immediately accessible to the public,” said Clerk and Recorder Debra Johnson. “This is Phase One of this project; Phase Two will allow people to subscribe to foreclosure data downloads. We’ve worked hard at making this database both useful and easy to use. It’s another step in our long range plan to make Clerk and Recorder records and documents available online.”
The Denver e-Foreclosure Search contains information about pending foreclosures and also past foreclosures. The database holds complete data back to January 2007, and less complete information back to about 1986. The database is updated daily.
The Denver e-Foreclosure Search is available on the Public Trustee section of the Clerk and Recorder website (www.DenverClerkandRecorder.org, and click on “Foreclosures”), or may be accessed directly through this link: www.DenverGov.org/eForeclosure.