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Foreclosure Homes for Sale in Boulder, CO: What You Need to Know

In 2017, National Geographic called Boulder the "Happiest City in the United States."  This happy and healthy city has breathtaking scenery, the climate is pleasant, the downtown area is charming and welcoming, and there are plenty of things to do. 

Strolling around the historic downtown is a must, as you can experience the many local shops and eateries that give the downtown area its unique vibes. Art galleries display fine artwork from local artists for visitors to gawk over. You will also see a huge farmer's market on 13th street with many local flavors, live music, and prepared foods. 

What makes this city unique is its outdoor living. There are many hiking trails, mountain climbing areas, and water activities to enjoy. Its most iconic landmark is the Flatirons, a series of five slanted sandstone formations along the slope of Green Mountain. Chautauqua Park is a popular area for families with many things to do and see, including playgrounds, picnic areas, and restaurants.  

Housing Styles and Availability

There is a diversified range of architectural styles for homes in Boulder. You will find some Victorian homes, built between 1837–1901, which are large historic houses preserved in time.  Several variations of the American Craftsman/American Bungalow were inspired by the Arts and Crafts Movement and can easily accommodate the needs of small families. You will see other architectural styles of homes in Boulder to include Ranch style, Brutalism, Mountain style, and Contemporary.  

The median home value is $749,300, appreciating 4.3% in the past 12 months. The average rental price for an 822 square foot apartment is $1,908. 57% of homes are renter-occupied.

Job Opportunities in Boulder 

Boulder's top industries include Aerospace, Bioscience, Cleantech, IT/Software, Natural Products, and Outdoor Recreation. Tourism and research are also key industries that have some economic impact on the city. The top three employers are Array BioPharma, Ball Aerospace, and Battelle. The average salary is $73,000 or $20.21 an hour. The unemployment rate as of September 2020 was 5.7%.

Weather and Climate  

With an altitude of 5,430 feet above sea level, Boulder is considered to be the high desert. Here, you’ll experience little humidity and a mild climate in the summer. July is the warmest month, with an average temperature of 87ºF during the day. Humidity levels remain low during the winter, and January is the coldest month of the year, with temperatures averaging 45ºF during the daytime. It snows a lot during the winter, averaging 89 inches of snow per year.


Boulder County Foreclosures for Sale

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Amazing Deals on Foreclosures in Boulder County, CO

Search through our listings of foreclosures for sale in Boulder County. Find cheap Boulder County foreclosed homes through our foreclosure listings service in Colorado including Boulder County bank owned homes and government foreclosures.

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Notice to Visitors does not guarantee the availability of any property listed herein and does not promise that there are listings for every region.

Due to the 2020 Covid-19 crisis, a moratorium on foreclosure evictions was put in place by the federal government, resulting in a low supply of foreclosure listings. You might be able to find other types of properties available, such as short sales and pre-foreclosures


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Find Boulder County Bank Owned Homes & Government Foreclosed Homes

Our listings make it possible to find excellent opportunities on bank owned foreclosures in Boulder County and great bargains on Boulder County government foreclosure homes for sale. The Boulder County area offers great deals not limited to foreclosures in Boulder, as well as other Boulder County cities.

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Foreclosure Sale

Foreclosure sales are held weekly on Wednesday, at 10:00 AM, in our Boulder office. You can find out what will be offered at the sale by checking out our foreclosure sale lists. Please arrive early on the day of the sale, as all bidders are required to register.

Bidder Registration


The Lender’s Bid

The lender will submit a bid to our office by noon, two business days prior to the sale. If a bid has not been received on time, the sale will be continued to the following week. After submitting this bid, the lender may choose to amend it anytime up to noon of the business day prior to the sale. Please check our foreclosure search or the pre-sale list, which we post Monday afternoon prior to the sale. Lenders may also pull their bids prior to the sale, which will cause the sale of a property to be continued to a later date.

Bidding at the Sale

Bid Submission

Bids at the sale will be presented in written form. After the lender’s bid is announced, bidding will commence, with the member of our office who is running the sale moving through bidders in turn, accepting their bids and announcing them to everyone present, until bidding has ended.


Payment may be made in certified funds (cash, cashier’s check, money order, wire). Personal checks are not accepted. Payment in full must be received in our office by 1:00 PM on the day of sale. Please contact us if you require wire instructions.

If payment is not made by the deadline, the property will be offered to other bidders at the sale who had bid on the property.

After the Sale

Certificate of Purchase

We will record and issue a Certificate of Purchase to the successful bidder for a property within 5 business days of the completed sale.


Junior Lienor Intent to Redeem

After a property has been sold at the foreclosure sale, junior lienholders may redeem in order of the seniority of their liens. The holder for a Certificate of Purchase subject to redemption must provide our office with redemption figures, as noted below. Upon a successful redemption, the Public Trustee will record and issue a Certificate of Redemption.

A junior lien holder has 8 business days after the property is sold at foreclosure sale to file intent to redeem. The most senior lien may redeem 15 to 19 business days after the sale, but no later than noon the final day. If multiple lienholders file intent to redeem, each additional lienholder will receive a five day redemption period.

If redemption occurs, the Certificate of Purchase holder is paid the bid amount, interest at the rate specified in the Deed of Trust and Note being foreclosed, and any other allowable costs as specified by Colorado Revised Statutes. If you have a Certificate of Purchase, be prepared to provide receipts for expenses incurred. Redemption figures must be received within 13 business days after the sale. The statement must specify all sums needed to redeem including the amount of per diem interest and the interest rate. The statement may be amended up until 2 business days before the start of the next applicable redemption period.

Confirmation Deed

Once all applicable redemption periods, if any, have ended, the Public Trustee will issue a Confirmation Deed, transferring title to the property, to the holder of the Certificate of Purchase, or, when one or more redemptions have been made, to the holder of the final Certificate of Redemption.

Prior to the issuance of the Confirmation Deed, both Certificates of Purchase and Certificates of Redemption are assignable.



Our site does not guarantee the availability of any property listed herein. The number of available foreclosure properties in our database varies with market conditions.

Due to the federal moratorium on foreclosure evictions during the pandemic, our supply of foreclosure listings is currently low. Please consider looking at other types of properties available here on our website, such as short sales and pre-foreclosures. These types of properties can offer great opportunities for real estate investment.

EMV: Estimated Market Value.

Buying Tips: We recommend that you first search for any available pre-foreclosure property in your area. The reason we recommend this is that pre-foreclosures aren’t usually listed for sale, which means that you will have less competition from other buyers. Another important thing to remember is that pre-foreclosures are usually sold below market rate and they can be great real estate deals.


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