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Colorado

The Colorado community association manager licensing program ended on June 30, 2019. 

On Friday, May 31, 2019, the Governor vetoed HB19-1212 (Recreate Homeowners' Association Community Manager Licensing Bill).

At the Governor's request, the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) will conduct a comprehensive review of existing and potential laws and recommend strategies to promote effective and efficient regulation of Community Association Managers (CAMs) and Homeowners' Associations (HOAs).

Specifically, the Governor has requested information and recommendations on the following:


  1. The licensure of CAMs, and whether licensure is needed to protect consumer safety and is cost-effective;

  2. Approaches that improve transparency among HOAs;

  3. Methods to reduce costs and improve the transparency of HOA fees and fee schedules; and

  4. Strategies to promote homeowner rights and consumer protections through an evaluation of the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act and other related acts or rules.

The stakeholder process is open to the public and CAI encourages members to participate.   Click here  for information about engaging in the stakeholder process.

Stakeholder meetings begin August 14, 2019 and four meetings will be held through October. 

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expand Question : How do I earn a CMCA?   ‎(1)
expand Question : How do I take the M-100 Course?  ‎(1)
expand Question : How do I undergo the criminal history background check?  ‎(1)
expand Question : What about my firm?  ‎(1)
expand Question : What acts are Community Association Managers prohibited from performing?  ‎(1)
expand Question : What if I am licensed in another state? ‎(1)
expand Question : What is the Colorado HOA Information and Resource Center? ‎(1)
expand Question : Who oversees the Community Association Manager License?  ‎(1)
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