Summit County (CO) property managers rush to meet Colorado licensing requirements

Local property management companies rushed to meet new Division of Real Estate licensing requirements by July 1. The extensive — and expensive — licensing process involves a 24-hour course, a test designed by the Department of Regulatory Affairs, as well as fingerprinting and a background check for all community association managers.  Read the article……….


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