Condominium Association Manger

After receiving numerous complaints related to unscrupulous community association managers, Colorado sought to more closely regulate community association managers through the introduction of House Bill 13-1277 in 2013. Codified in Section 38-33.3-402 of the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act, any person who manages the affairs of a common interest community on behalf of an HOA for compensation, must now meet minimum qualifications, and obtain and maintain a license. Section 12-61-1002 makes it unlawful for any person to engage in, or hold themselves out as qualified, the business of community association management without first having obtained a license or during any period in which the license is revoked or suspended.Continue Reading Colorado Community Association Manager Licensure Requirements