Licensure for Managers Employed by Common Interest Communities: Clearing Up the Confusion

There has been a lot of confusion pertaining to the licensure of community association managers who are employed directly by a common interest community in Colorado. There have also been questions about whether these common interest communities must be licensed. After obtaining clarification from the Division of Real Estate and reviewing the Emergency Rules which were just published, here’s what you need to know:   Read the article………


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