What if a mortgage company pays my taxes?

Colorado Revised Statutes mandate that the treasurer mail the property  tax statement to the owner of record; the owner’s name and address are  listed on the tax roll certified by the county assessor.

The  treasurer doesn’t track whether your have a mortgage company or which  one you use; therefore, your mortgage company does not receive a copy of  the property tax statement. Mortgage companies perform their own  property tax research or contact our office for the taxes they are  responsible for paying. If you think your mortgage company needs a copy  of your property tax statement, send them a photocopy with your loan  number. Call us for more information at 303-271-8330.

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1. How are the taxes determined on my property?
2. When are current year taxes due?
3. Do you accept postmarks?
4. What are my payment options?
5. What if I do not get a bill?
6. Why didn't I get a tax bill?
7. What if my mailing address changes?
8. What is the fee if my current year tax payment is late?
9. I just bought this property. Why am I being billed for last year's taxes?
10. When I buy property, how do I know the tax status?
11. After buying a new property, will I receive the next tax statement?
12. What if a mortgage company pays my taxes?
13. What if you receive payments from several parties?
14. What if I am unable to pay my property taxes?
15. What do you mean by real and personal property?