Conflicting views on value of licensing HOA managers in Colorado

Colorado’s licensing program for homeowners association managers will turn two in July, and the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies is already weighing whether it should continue.  One scenario would be to let the nascent program, which requires background checks on HOA managers and an exam, to expire following a “sunset” review.  More likely, the state will take suggestions on ways to improve the program and extend it, until it can get more detailed information on how it is working.    Read the article……………

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