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Transferable Development Credit FAQ

Boulder County’s Transferable Development Credit (TDC) program requires that, in general, homeowners who wish to build residences with floor areas greater than 6,000 square feet in unincorporated Boulder County purchase TDC Certificates. Homeowners who own vacant parcels or smaller homes in unincorporated Boulder County have the opportunity to obtain TDC Certificates which can be sold in the TDC market.

Find answers to frequently asked questions on these pages:

Transferable Development Credits (TDC) FAQs - Assessment 

Transferable Development Credits (TDC) FAQs - Buyer

Transferable Development Credits (TDC) FAQs - Policies

Transferable Development Credits (TDC) FAQs - Seller

Please Note: The information provided in this website is for general purposes only. The TDC Clearinghouse and Clearinghouse Administrator do not provide legal advice. Interested parties should consult their own legal and tax or financial counsel for information on their specific circumstances and advice on the legal consequences of obtaining, buying, selling, or using Transferable Development Credits. Although the Clearinghouse has used best efforts to ensure that the information provided on this site is accurate and reliable, we do not guarantee that it is fully correct or complete in every respect.


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Boulder County Transferable Development Credits (TDC) Clearinghouse

Main: 303-441-3190
Fax: 303-441-4794

Mailing Address

Boulder County Attorney
PO Box 471
Boulder, CO 80306