Colorado Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

A Colorado real estate power of attorney allows an individual to appoint a representative to perform real estate tasks on their behalf. This arrangement is not for real estate agents representing a buyer or seller, but for a family member or trusted friend to handle real estate transactions, sign documents, and handle other management responsibilities.

Colorado Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

A Colorado real estate power of attorney allows an individual to appoint a representative to perform real estate tasks on their behalf. This arrangement is not for real estate agents representing a buyer or seller, but for a family member or trusted friend to handle real estate transactions, sign documents, and handle other management responsibilities.

Last updated June 10th, 2024

A Colorado real estate power of attorney allows an individual to appoint a representative to perform real estate tasks on their behalf. This arrangement is not for real estate agents representing a buyer or seller, but for a family member or trusted friend to handle real estate transactions, sign documents, and handle other management responsibilities.

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Signing Requirements

The principal’s signature must be acknowledged or proved by one of the following officers[1]:

  • A judge, clerk, or deputy of a court of record
  • A clerk/recorder of any county or their deputy
  • A notary public

Recording

If the attorney-in-fact has the power to transfer property, the power of attorney document must be recorded in the same office where the conveyances themselves would have to be recorded.[2]

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Colorado Real Estate Power Of Attorney