While the owner of the property is a matter of public record, we absolutely do not recommend that you contact the property owner to "get them to pay," or for any other reason. On the strongest of terms, we discourage such activity.
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That listing will be available in late September, both on-line and via our paper of record, The Pikes Peak Courier.
Yes. Please contact our office to discuss. The listing is available to view or download County Held Liens (PDF)
It is the first full weekend in November.
To both questions, the answer is a firm "No." You hold a lien against the property, not the property itself. Visiting or entering the property would be trespassing.
After you hold the lien for 3 years, you may apply for a deed.
We can accept credit cards (both in the office and online) to satisfy a lien. Only other forms of payment will be with certified funds (cash, cashier's check, or money order).