Colorado regulates many professions, occupations and businesses to support a fair marketplace and protect consumers. The Colorado Office of Policy, Research & Regulatory Reform (COPRRR) reviews proposed regulatory programs to determine if they are needed, and it also reviews existing programs and functions of government to ensure they are necessary, fair, effective and efficient.
The Division of Real Estate has (3) Three programs under sunset review this year. The Colorado General Assembly sets specific dates that a particular agency, board, or function of government will terminate unless the legislature passes new legislation to continue. An analysis is performed to determine if the program is necessary and should be continued, modified, or cease operations.
The Colorado Office of Policy, Research and Regulatory Reform is currently conducting a sunset review of the:
Board of Mortgage Loan Originators and the Division of Real Estate’s administration of the Mortgage Loan Originators and Mortgage Companies program.
Community Association Manager Program and the Division of Real Estate’s administration of the Community Association Manager Program.
Conservation Easement Oversight Commission and the Division of Real Estate’s administration of the Conservation Easement program.
Providing Input on a Sunset Review
The review process involves soliciting and receiving input from interested parties and stakeholders.
Anyone can contact COPRRR to provide input on a review.