1. Home »
  2. Deeds »
  3. Colorado »
  4. Deed of Trust

Colorado Deed of Trust Form

Fill Now Click to fill, edit and sign this form now!

Colorado deed of trust is an agreement by which a third party will hold the title of a borrower’s property until they repay a loan from a moneylender. ’This instrument differs from a mortgage in that it has three (3) parties instead of two (2), and the borrower does not hold title so long as they are in debt. With a “power of sale” clause in the deed of trust, the trustee may foreclose on the property without a court order should the borrower default.

Note: In Colorado, a county official known as the “Public Trustee” is the only third-party allowed to hold the title.


Related Forms (1)

Colorado Promissory Note – Details the terms of repayment between the borrower and moneylender.

Download: PDFWord (.docx)OpenDocument