Foreclosure Help

Denver Homeowner Rights and Resources 

Beginning on Aug. 30, 2022, a homeowners’ association (HOA), or assignee of the HOA’s debt, must provide this notice at least 30 days prior to seeking to foreclose on a lien. The HOA shall maintain a record of such notice, including the date and time the notice was provided, and what the notice stated. Read more and find information about housing counseling, property tax relief, home repairs, and more in the guide below. 

Denver Homeowner Rights and Resources(PDF, 67KB)

Derechos y recursos de los propietarios de viviendas de Denver(PDF, 69KB)

Emergency Mortgage Assistance & Foreclosure Information

The Colorado Department of Local Affairs, through its Division of Housing-Office of Housing Recovery has launched the Colorado Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program (EMAP). EMAP will provide financial assistance on behalf of income-eligible households experiencing a financial hardship associated with the COVID-19 health crisis, by disbursing funds directly to the homeownership loan lender/servicer, land contract holder, manufactured/mobile home lender, and/or other housing provider as appropriate.  

The EMAP application portal is now open (Please note you are leaving the Denvergov website). 
For additional questions please email: dola_haf_client_support  

Resources for Denver Residents Facing Foreclosure & Eviction