It is the policy of the Castle Pines Homes Association that all licensed real estate brokers shall be granted reasonable access to the Village at Castle Pines for the purpose of conducting real estate marketing activities subject to the procedures outlined within the following documents:
Realtor/Broker Access Policy
Realtor/Broker Real Estate Listing Form
Open House Registration Form
Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, Restrictions & Easements (CC&R's)
CPHA's Rules & Regulations
To register a listing or to request permission for an Open House event Realtors/Brokers must contact the CPHA Emergency Services department at 303.688.6447 or email to email@example.com
The Broker Access Policy and Procedure statement provides direction to all staff members involved in monitoring and/or controlling access to the Village and activities within the Village. It also provides guidance to outside real estate professionals with respect to when and how they may gain access to the Village to show a property listed for sale or to conduct an Open House event. The CPHA desires to facilitate the activities of real estate brokers listing or showing property within the Village by adopting procedures that provide convenient access while preserving the privacy expected by Village residents.
Learn more about the original vision for the development of the Village at Castle Pines:
Castle Pines Homes Association Mission.
Pine Cone Plaques
Pine cone plaques are small brass signs that may be affixed to the home's mail box post to signify that the home is for sale. No other for sale signs, including realtor signs, may be posted in the Village (see the link above to view the Broker Access Policy for more information on the use of realtor signs on an open house day only).
To purchase a pine cone plaque please visit the reception desk at the CPHA office M-F, 8 am - 5 pm. The plaques are $25, paid by check made out the Castle Pines Homes Association or cash only is accepted. Plaques may be returned for a refund if they are returned in a new and undamaged condition; the condition to be determined by the Homes Association. Questions? Contact the CPHA office at 303.814.1345 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org