Information for Colorado Agents | Boulder Real Estate Agent
The information contained on this website is for general educational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice or establish an attorney-client relationship.
At Royal Arch Real Estate, we believe that a knowledgable, thoughtful and compassionate real estate industry benefits clients, the general public, and real estate agents themselves. One of the primary goals with this website is, through thoughtful educational materials, to enhance the knowledge base of all Colorado real estate brokers.
In 1957 the Colorado Supreme Court issued a ruling in the landmark case of Conway-Bogue Realty Investment Company v. Denver Bar Association. As as result of that case real estate agents in Colorado have the limited right prepare certain legal documents (e.g., deeds) and complete forms drafted and put forth by the Colorado Real Estate Commission. While the right of real estate agents to practice law in the state of Colorado is very circumscribed, it is important for all real estate brokers to have a working knowledge of the legal implications of the provisions contained in the the forms and contracts they are using. While the ability to provide legal advice has always required a law license, the more in-depth a real estate agent’s knowledge of the practical implications of various provisions in commission approved forms, the better.
If you are looking for a Boulder real estate agent with a results oriented approach tailored to your specific needs, contact Royal Arch Real Estate. We are knowledgeable and experienced brokers who always have your best interests at the forefront of our minds, whether you are buying or selling a home, vacant land or a new construction.