Community Association Management Certification
In January of 2015, the State of Colorado implemented a new law requiring all persons managing common interest communities to hold the Community Association Manager certification as of July 1st, 2015. The Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM®) Greater Denver Chapter has worked with the Division of Real Estate over the last year to get specific elements of the Certified Property Manager (CPM®) curriculum approved to satisfy like education requirements for the Community Association Manager certification.
The IREM Greater Denver Chapter is doing its best to understand the law and field questions. Below are some of the questions we have been asked and what we have found to be the answer. However, it is recommended that anyone with questions contact the Colorado Division of Real Estate at (303) 894-2166.
Q. I don't manage a condo, I manage a planned community. Do I still have to be licensed?
Q. How does a corporate entity become licensed.