By Bill Tiedje, Colorado
Effective July 1, 2015, all paid Colorado HOA managers will be required to hold a state HOA manager license.
With classes and testing requirements similar to that of a real estate license, the HOA manager license will include fingerprinting and background checks for managers. State officials are still determining the regulatory details of the HOA licensing program.
“If you hire a manager, you will know that they have a minimal level of experience,” explained Kujawski, a former HOA president.
Kujawski also encouraged HOA members to ensure their associations are properly registered with the state, as lack of registration could limit an association’s ability to enforce regulations.
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