The Manager Licensure Bill and How it Affects You (CT)

HOA laws are generated at the state level. Some states require licensing and others do not. Connecticut is one state that requires certification as well as licensure to prove you have what it takes to manage a successful HOA. Since other states are passing similar bills, or could in the future, it is important for everyone to understand the bill, not just those in Connecticut.     Read more……..


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