Restrictive racial covenants have excluded people of color from purchasing, leasing, or occupying homes in certain neighborhoods, developments, or regions since the early 20th century.
Notarize is proud to aid Windermere Real Estate's mission to strike restrictive language from Colorado State property titles. Use the button on the right to complete Windermere's Restrictive Covenant Modification Form free of charge. Scroll below for additional instructions.
The above buttons will take you directly to a Restrictive Covenant Modification Form within the Notarize platform. You may complete some elements of the form before proceeding – but you'll wait to sign the document until meeting with the notary.
Please note: This form can only be completed for Colorado State property titles.
When prompted, you'll answer knowledge check questions populated by third-party public records databases and capture images of your photo ID.
You'll then meet with a commissioned remote notary public over a live, two-way video feed to sign your form. The notary will confirm your identity, witness your signature, and assist you throughout the process.
Now you can download or share your notarized documents. Completed documents are stored in your Notarize account, which you can access at any time.
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