Erin Toll, the controversial director of the Colorado Division of Real Estate, who recently has been criticized for her handling of an investigation of a company that employs a state senator as a mortgage broker, went on leave from the division, sources tell InsideRealEstateNews.com. Toll stepping down, at least temporarily from the division, comes in the wake of an investigation of American Home Funding, which employes Sen. Ted Harvey as a broker. The firm is under investigation for allegedly misleading consumers with advertising fliers that look like official tax documents. Harvey is not part of the investigation, the division indicated last week. But Harvey told InsideRealEstateNews today that he was aware that Toll was placed on leave.