RCMs may have head start in move to licensing

Registered Condominium Managers (RCMs) may be on the fast track to obtaining the license that will soon be required to manage condominiums in Ontario. Those who possess the professional designation might simply have to pass an exam on the recently reformed Condominium Act to fulfill the criteria anticipated in forthcoming regulations.  “I can stand here and tell you that we have been told that the RCM program will be deemed as complying with all of the educational requirements of the Class 2 license,” said Dean McCabe, board director of the Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario (ACMO) and president of the Meritus Group.     Read the article………….


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