The Colorado Nonbank Mortgage Servicers Act requires a mortgage servicer, as defined in § 5-21-103(4), C.R.S., to notify the Administrator. A person acting as a mortgage servicer must notify the Administrator and pay the fee prescribed in § 5-21-106 within 30 days after commencing servicing in the state, and, thereafter, on or before January 31 each year.
The Mortgage Servicer Renewal and Annual Report is now available!
The renewal for mortgage servicers is now available via the Licensing Community portal. Please start by downloading and completing the Mortgage Servicer Annual Report in the same format provided. The Annual Report is available within the portal under Resources.
Once the Annual Report is complete, you are ready to renew!
The renewal is to be completed by the Licensing/Renewals contact or another designated contact. If you have an account via the Licensing Community portal, your username is your email address. You may use the “Forgot you Password?” link on the login page to reset your password. If you are a new user requesting access to an existing company, you may use the “New User? Register Here!” link.
Upon logging in, go to “Renew” and select the license number to be renewed. Use the Renewal Information and Checklist in completing the renewal. You may save the renewal in progress and come back later to submit. Renewals are due by January 31.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The above notification filing (once issued) is valid through each January 31 regardless of the date issued and must be renewed annually. Expand the above information for specific dates for mortgage servicers.
Although a notification expiration date may reflect the prior 1/31, the existing notification shall not expire (so long as a renewal is submitted) until the renewal application has been finally acted upon by the agency, pursuant to § 24-4-104(7), C.R.S.