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Frequently Asked Questions For Tenants and Landlords
Preguntas frecuentes para inquilinos y arrendadores
Evictions, Foreclosures, Rent and Mortgage Payments
- Emergency Rental and Mortgage Assistance for Households (EHAP)
To Qualify for the Emergency Housing Assistance Program (EHAP):
- You were unable to pay your rent, mortgage or mobile home lot rent because you experienced financial need due to COVID-19.
- Your household monthly income is at or below the maximum rent listed here.
- You have not already received rental assistance that covered your rent or mortgage.
- You complete the application for assistance and provide all of the needed documentation.
- Other qualifications and documentation required will be explained by the agency you work with to access the funds.
EHAP program documents:
Dial 211 or visit www.211colorado.org to find the agency that can connect you to rental or mortgage assistance.
Or, click here to find the assistance agency in your county.
- Emergency Rental Assistance for Property Owners (POP)
To Qualify for the Property Owner Preservation (POP) program:
- For five or fewer tenants we recommend the Emergency Housing Assistance Program (EHAP).
- Your tenants complete applications stating that they were unable to pay rent because they experienced financial need due to COVID-19.
- The rent for the unit for which assistance is requested is set at or below the POP maximum rent listed here. All reasonable mobile home lot rents qualify.
- The rental unit or mobile home park meet basic health and safety requirements. Self certification is required.
- Your property is not in foreclosure (if it is, a receivership has been established by the courts) and your state and local real estate taxes have been paid.
- You agree to all program requirements and provide the proper documentation. Full program guidelines can be found here.
POP program documents:
- MODEL Repayment Agreement for Tenants and Landlords
Governor Polis' Executive Order 2020 051 does not relieve individuals from their obligation to make mortgage payments or rent payments. The Order directs the Department of Local Affairs (DOLA), Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE), and Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) to work with property owners and landlords to create model repayment agreements that allow tenants additional time to repay rent. Landlords and tenants may use DOLA’s Model Repayment Agreement to mutually agree on a plan for repaying outstanding rent or other contractual amounts in the future.
Model Repayment Agreement (PDF)
Model Repayment Agreement (Word)
- MODEL Notification of Tenant Protections
Governor Polis' Executive Order 2020 051 does not relieve individuals from their obligation to make mortgage payments or rent payments. The Order requires that landlords of “covered housing” under the federal CARES Act to notify residents of their federal protections against eviction and foreclosures. The Department of Local Affairs' Division of Housing has developed a model form letter available below.
Model Notification of Federal Protections Letter (PDF)
Model Notification of Federal Protections Letter (Word)