If I have a mortgage, why do I get the tax bill?
According to Colorado law, Colorado Revised Statutes (CRS) 39-10-103, the property tax bill is mailed during the month of January to the owner on record as their name and mailing address are listed on the Tax Roll. Your mortgage company does not receive a copy of the property tax bill. Most mortgage companies perform their own research on the property taxes for which they are responsible. You may send them a copy of your bill, if it is so needed.

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1. If I have a mortgage, why do I get the tax bill?
2. What do I do if I paid my taxes and my mortgage company paid them as well?
3. If I move what do I do?
4. When and where do I make payments?
5. Why did I get the tax bill for the whole year on a property that I just bought?
6. What if I can't pay on time?
7. How are taxes determined?
8. Why do I have to pay taxes?
9. What do you mean by real property and personal property?
10. Are there any senior tax relief programs?
11. What are Special Assessments?
12. What about food tax rebates?
13. What about Real Estate Transfer Taxes?
14. What is the sales tax rate?
15. What about the use tax?
16. What about tax abatements?
17. How do I protest my taxes?
18. Where can I obtain federal and state income tax forms?
19. Where can I obtain information about other recorded liens existing against my property?
20. What is a deficiency bid?