A: Any person or entity that performs ANY of the community association service outlined below to any form of common interest community (HOA, POA, etc.) for any form of compensation must be licensed by July 1, 2015.
If you are reading this, YOU likely need to be licensed if you perform one or more of the functions above OR you are compensated for your services. Alternatively, if you are not provided with compensation to provide management services for your association, then you do not need to hold a license.
A: In order to meet licensing requirement, you must complete the following:
CMCA – Certified Manager of Community Associations
AMS – Association Management Specialist
PCAM – Professional Community Association Manager
The above credential designations are certified by the Community Association Managers International Certification Board.
A: Following are the adopted, permanent rules, and the link showing the redlined version:
A: January 1, 2015
Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (CCIOA)
Colorado Condominium Ownership Act (COA)
Colorado Revised Non-Profit Corporations Act
Colorado Fair Housing Act
Community Association Managers International Certification Board (CAMICB)
Department of Regulatory Agencies – Division of Real Estate
HOA Information and Resource Center
CAM Fees and Application Page